Well everybody, aside from an ill-considered April Fool’s Day joke at the beginning, tonight’s show focuses mostly on Moreau explaining what’s up – and on Prendick becoming familiar with the Beast Men. Things might be a little slow tonight, but come back next week for when things *really* start to heat up!
This is it, everybody – Darkly Lit is now live. Episode 1 has been published, and you can get it at Podbean, as usual.
I would like to take a moment to offer special thanks to the folks at Nox Arcana, who gave me permission to use their music in the podcast. They’re very cool guys with some excellent gothic music, and you should go check them out at the first opportunity – you won’t regret it. I particularly love Blood of Angels, an album they did as a collaboration with Michelle Belanger.
This week, I used Cries in the Night, from Carnival of Lost Souls, and The Legacy from Blackthorn Asylum.
The discussion this week focused on what Darkly Lit is going to be all about – readings and discussions of the dark literature of the past. It’s a somewhat shorter episode than I think we’ll have in the future, and you’ll probably notice a certain lack of polish, but there’s a reason for it (hint – it’s got to do with this being the first episode.) I ended with a reading of Poe’s “The Conqueror Worm.”
Please tune in next week for my reading of Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Tell-Tale Heart.” For those of you who’d like to read along, I am reading from Complete Tales and Poems of Edgar Allan Poe. You can get it from Amazon at that link (and send a few cents my way – it’s an incredible volume, and available pretty cheaply), or you can usually pick it up at Barnes & Nobles, who publish it under the same public domain rules I’m taking advantage of.