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In Churl Yo has served as an editorial director and an award-winning creative consultant to several magazines during his career. He is currently Director of Production at SagaCity Media in Seattle, Washington, the editor of the science-fiction FuturePast Anthology series, and publisher at Castle Bridge Media. Amazing Stories called his debut novel Isonation “a fast-paced post-pandemic story where nothing turns out to be quite what it seems.” His new novel Austinites, a literary nostalgia-infused trip through 1990’s Austin, is available now.
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The collection features stories from David Bowles, Jo Whittemore, Sam Knight, Michael Aronovitz, Alethea Kontis, Bonnie Jo Stufflebeam, Leanna Renee Hieber, John Peel, P.J. Hoover, Drew Wolle, David P. Geister, Jason Henderson, In Churl Yo, and Rob Nisbet.
In Churl Yo offers a Bradburyesque sci-fi take on the Gothic, Alethea Kontis also chooses sci-fi in her tale of a futuristic medical procedure gone awry, John Ohno brings a classic governess-arrives-and-things-go-bad story, Jim Towns sets his story in 1972 with his movie-world horror tale, Amanda DeWees has a Gothic tale with an ingenious and tech-savvy female,
Jeremiah Dylan Cook gives us a mysterious mansion–and sexy maybe–ghost, Leanna Renee Hieber brings us a ballad-like ghost origin story, Rob Nisbet makes a Lovecraft story out of Lovecraft himself, Bonnie Jo Stufflebeam comes to us with a ghost story of a house with its own ideas, Jason Henderson brings the beginning of a serialized story about an expedition into the fabled and haunted House of Usher, Charles R. Rutledge returns with a Carter Decamp psychic mystery, Henry Herz turns to folklore with his tale of a supernatural being wreaking vengeance on Scottish shores, Tony Jones spins us in the direction of violent, supernatural creatures with a taste for the nightlife, Michael Aronovitz weaves a tale about a person coming to terms with what it takes to escape an attic, Sam Knight perfectly evokes the smells and textures of life at an orchard, and Scott Pearson returns us once again to the contemporary era with his feminist commentary on the Modern Gothic.
Castle Bridge Media is proud to present The Castle of Horror Podcast Book of Great Horror: Our Favorites, Top Tens and Bizarre Pleasures. Not only is this tome a great reference guide for any lover of the horror genre, it pulls back the curtain on how the podcast is produced and what intrinsically makes each of the show’s venerable hosts tick. If you were curious just how deep the rabbit hole runs, you’ll find your answers here. It runs deep.
The Castle of Horror Podcast is a panel show on horror movies, vampire movies, and all around awesomeness. With “Alex Van Helsing” and “Ben 10” comic creator Jason Henderson, “Halloween Man” comic creator Drew Edwards, “Psy-comm” and “Clockwerx” manga creator and “Deserts of Mars” frontman Tony Salvaggio, and attorney Julia Guzman.
The cast of the Castle of Horror Podcast gather together their favorites, featuring the top ten horror films the show has covered, plus top lists of themes, from slasher to gothic, 80s to Eurohorror.
AUSTINITES is a love letter to Austin as seen through the eyes of young people obsessed with the Beat Generation, its philosophies and way of life. It’s a time capsule set in a smaller, more intimate Austin that only then was just beginning to fully realize its mantle as the “Live Music Capital of the World” years before the dot-com bubble and SXSW festival changed the city forever.
From a writer’s conference in New York to camping out in the deserts of West Texas, from the Dixie swing of the New Orleans Jazz Festival to the stormy shores of Galveston, Carl sets off on a modern fable full of romance, debauchery and friendship, set to a buzzy soundtrack of trip hop, bebop, poetry and rhyme.
A novel from In Churl Yo, whose debut science fiction book ISONATION Amazing Stories called “a fast-paced post-pandemic story where nothing turns out to be quite what it seems.”
Zoah Lightsea only thinks she knows how the world ended.
Mankind survived a VIRAL APOCALYPSE! And Zombies! (Sort Of.)
All her life, Zoah was taught that a virulent, deadly pandemic named the Zombie Flu (so called because of how the disease attacks its victim’s brains) had forced humanity to isolate the uninfected, physically separating the survivors from each other and their world by living in sealed habitats, left only to associate through The Virt, a lifelike, artificial reality environment. The Ceres Corporation, the last, great multinational conglomerate left on the planet, controlled it all, under the auspices of its young CEO, Theodore Ogden.
But a cover-up that Zoah’s hacker boyfriend Milton Lee unearths on the global network undermines everything Zoah knows about the world, the flu and her father. Now she must leave the protection of her home and family, risking infection and her safe, well-planned future to hunt for the truth.
Aided in her quest by Caleb, a solitary soldier for hire, and Neema, the leader of a secret organization of revolutionaries known as the Kiters, Zoah sets off into the real world for the first time in her life, ever. From a daring prison break in Taiwan to infiltrating a hidden military installation in the remote deserts of New Mexico, the team races to discover what really happened when the world ended all those years ago and what it means for humanity’s future now. Hot on their tail is a mysterious white-haired security chief working for Ceres, hell bent on stopping them no matter the cost. Or is he?