Chronscast 2022 Review

It’s hard to believe that Chronscast has been going for a year now – it seems only a few days ago that Christopher and I started a recording session with Stephen Palmer to talk about Northern Lights, when in actual fact it was November 2021. I’m very proud and grateful that our team – Bean, Brian Sexton and TheContinue reading “Chronscast 2022 Review”

Chronscast Episode 12 – A Ghost Story For Christmas, with Alison Littlewood

As the nights draw in and we approach the midwinter, what better way to celebrate the season than dipping into that most macabre of festive traditions, the Christmas ghost story? While we’re all familiar with Dickens’s A Christmas Carol, more modern traditions include the BBC’s A Ghost Story For Christmas, adaptations of typically M.R JamesContinue reading “Chronscast Episode 12 – A Ghost Story For Christmas, with Alison Littlewood”

Chronscast Episode 6 – House of Leaves with Ed Wilson

This episode Christopher and I finally open that door of the Chronscast household we’d not dared to open before and plunge into the abyssal labyrinth that is Mark Danielewski’s maddeningly epic debut novel, House Of Leaves. A book that defies conventional categorisation, it’s been described as a horror, a literary piece, a puzzle, and even a love story.Continue reading “Chronscast Episode 6 – House of Leaves with Ed Wilson”

Chronscast Episode 5 – WATCHMEN with Tade Thompson

On this episode of Chronscast we’re joined by award-winning SF author Tade Thompson to talk about WATCHMEN, Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons’s comic-book masterpiece that skewers the superhero genre using its own architecture. Tade is the author of numerous novels, including the critically acclaimed sci-fi novel Rosewater, the first in his award winning WORMWOOD TRILOGY, Making Wolf, andContinue reading “Chronscast Episode 5 – WATCHMEN with Tade Thompson”