115 - CURSE OF THE BLACKTHORN

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EPISODE 115 CURSE OF THE BLACKTHORN

Author T. Fox Dunham interviews Australia’s noir and horror writer, Isobel Blackthorn. Isobel Blackthorn is a prolific novelist of original fiction across a range of genres, including dark psychological thrillers, gripping mystery novels, captivating travel fiction and hilarious dark satire. Isobel holds a PhD in Western Esotericism for her groundbreaking study of the texts of Theosophist Alice A. Bailey. Originally a Londoner, Isobel currently lives near Melbourne, Australia. Isobel answers questions about her writing, the state of women authors in the industry, her thoughts on crafting and shares some insights for new authors. In addition to her interview, she sent the show a haunting tale of an aggressive entity that haunted her in the Cockatoo house, narrated by David Walton. Fox also plays an excerpt from her noir fiction, Lacquer, which is featured in the anthology A Time For Violence, available on May 1st from Close to the Bone. It is an anthology of noir and horror stories featuring the best in the industry for 2019.

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