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This Is Horror crossover episode with Michael David Wilson

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Max Booth III has been tearing things up on the horror scene for a while now, and his latest contribution to the mayhem is a new short story collection, ABNORMAL STATISTICS. It’s dark, bleak, weird, and concerningly autobiographical.

Michael David Wilson is the founder of This Is Horror, and the main host of the This Is Horror podcast. He’s been a crucial contributor to the horror book world for over a decade, with his website, podcast, awards, and his own writing.

As this is a crossover episode, the format is slightly different. Michael often leads the conversation. but don’t worry! There’s still plenty of me. Also, after the main discussion, there’s about 17 minutes of weird, and likely offensive, outtakes.

This is the first of two episodes covering Max’s book. We had so much to say that we needed to break up the conversation over multiple recordings. This means that, in the near future, you’ll be getting more talk about the stories in this collection, and probably more bragging about our longevity in the business.

This podcast is about supporting our beloved creators, and so here is your opportunity! ABNORMAL STATISTICS is available now, so pick up a copy, and check out other publications from Max’s publishing company Ghoulish Books.

While you’re at it, Michael has a couple books out that are available for purchase, so please check them out and buy them as well! And don’t forget to check out the This Is Horror podcast, with almost 500 episodes to choose from. I’d guess I appear in about five of them, if that helps.

Thanks as always for listening! The video episode will be available soon on my YouTube, with chapters/timestamps, if that’s your thing.

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