To the devil, a podcast!

I’m pleased to be able to spill this particular plate of beans. Or is that a tin? And have I had too much coffee today? The answer to both of those questions is: possibly.

Anyway, starting tonight, Dark Fiction Magazine is podcasting my steampunk horror novella, The Devil in Chains! The story is in five 30-minute episodes, read by the wonderful Emma Newman. Emma first approached me with the idea of doing an audiobook of The Devil in Chains last year,¬†being someone who enjoyed the story. She’s a pro voiceover artist, and her narration of my story is the bees knees.

The Devil in Chains was first published in Pantechnicon in two parts in 2008 and 2009 – there is more info about that here, as well as some blurbage. Producing the podcast version with Emma was a blast, and I can’t thank her enough for the superb work she put in. Emma is a writer herself, and her first novel 20 Years Later is due to drop from Dystopia Press later this year. She’s also on Twitter, and I recommend you follow her at once.

Blue Monday? Getouttatown.