Friday, August 14, 2015


I was on Trick or Treat Radio the other night, and here is the archived interview in case you missed it.

As I said on the show, you can find here all the links to everything I talked about on the show.

My interview starts at an hour and 30 minutes into the show if you're only tuning in for that.  However,  I would suggest that the entire show is worth listening to, and you should consider tuning in every week on Wednesdays starting at 9PM.  It's a fun show.  They review horror films (often obscure new films), talk about all sorts of nerdy goodness, have great guests, and have a lot of laughs.

You can visit their main website here, and visit their discussion group here.

Social Media:


Twitter (even though Twitter sucks)

Where to buy the Horror Crossover Encyclopedia

I mentioned the Crossovers Forum, where I posted the poll that decided I would write first about Horror.  You can come participate in that forum here.

The soul clone theory is the creation of Chuck Loridans, and his MONSTAAH group can be found here.

You can purchase the Tales of the Shadowmen series, which we talked about in the interview, here.

Our publisher, 18thWall Productions.

We also brought up Donald F. Glut.  You should follow him here.

You can learn more about the upcoming Cartoon Crossover Encyclopedia here.

We also refer to the works of Philip Jose Farmer, of course.  The main website for the works of Farmer, and his successor Win Scott Eckert, can be found here. 

I will be at In-CON-ceivable and you can learn more about that here.

And you can buy Television Crossover Universe:  Worlds and Mythology Volume I here.

Give feedback at the Horror Crossover Encyclopedia discussion group here.

There is a 17 year plan!  Expect Television Crossover Universe: Worlds and Mythology Volume II tentatively in December.  Expect the Cartoon Crossover Encyclopedia next year.  Expect Horror Crossover Encyclopedia Volume II  in 2019.  You can find all my published books on my Amazon author page here.

Thanks again so much to the Deadites for having me on their show, and I look forward to including your webisode or web comic into Volume II.

1 comment:

  1. Loved the 17-Year Plan! My favorite part of the show was when that roguishly hansom Chatroom visitor asked about upcoming book signings. ;)