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July 10, 2020
This week, we have a story of birds, blood, and vengeance. Episode transcript Audio production and narration by Tonia Ransom. Atmospheric music courtesy of klankbeeld.
June 26, 2020
This week’s story is a perfect blend of noir, mermaids, and murder, with some heavy metal thrown in for good measure. Episode Transcript Narrated by William Lett. Audio production by Tonia Ransom. NIGHTLIGHT is entirely listener-supported. If you want to help keep NIGHTLIGHT from joining the undead, join the NIGHTLIGHT Legion on Patreon. You can also make a one-time contribution on PayPal. As always, reviews and shout-outs on social media are always appreciated.
June 12, 2020
This week, a captivating story of hellhounds and conflicting ancestry. n Narrated by Cherrae Stuart. Audio production by Tonia Ransom. n NIGHTLIGHT is entirely listener-supported. If you want to help keep NIGHTLIGHT from joining the undead, join the NIGHTLIGHT Legion on Patreon. You can also make a one-time contribution on PayPal. As always, reviews and shout-outs on social media are always appreciated. n A full transcript of the episode is available on the NIGHTLIGHT website. The post 302: Tango of a Telltale Heart by Sumiko Saulson appeared first on Nightlight.
March 13, 2020
NIGHTLIGHT is back for Season 3 with a story about werewolves, sorcerers, and demons. Be careful of cobblestone streets and mysterious  songs. n Narrated by Tonia Ransom. Audio production by Tonia Ransom. n NIGHTLIGHT is entirely listener-supported. If you want to help keep NIGHTLIGHT from joining the undead, join the NIGHTLIGHT Legion on Patreon. You can also make a one-time contribution on PayPal. As always, reviews and shout-outs on social media are always appreciated. n A full transcript of the episode is available on the NIGHTLIGHT website. n Sound effects courtesy of: n https://freesound.org/people/RoganMcDougald/ n https://freesound.org/people/sabotovat/ n https://freesound.org/people/InspectorJ/ n https://freesound.org/people/JonathanTremblay/ n https://freesound.org/people/140178sound/ The post 301: The Lost Ones by Valjeanne Jeffers appeared first on Nightlight.
September 20, 2019
This week, we’re co-releasing this episode with Pseudopod. If you love horror and you haven’t listened to Pseudopod, you should fix that now. :)nNarrated by Cherrae Stuart. Audio production by Tonia Thompson. Ambience music by klankbeeld.nNIGHTLIGHT is entirely listener-supported. If you want to help keep NIGHTLIGHT from joining the undead, join the NIGHTLIGHT Legion on Patreon. You can also make a one-time contribution on PayPal. As always, reviews and shout-outs on social media are always appreciated. The post 215: Breaking the Waters by Donyae Coles appeared first on Nightlight.
August 30, 2019
Fans of The Matrix will enjoy this story of a simulated reality. n Narrated by Cherrae Stuart. Audio production by Jen Zink. n NIGHTLIGHT is entirely listener-supported. If you want to help keep NIGHTLIGHT from joining the undead, join the NIGHTLIGHT Legion on Patreon. You can also make a one-time contribution on PayPal. As always, reviews and shout-outs on social media are always appreciated. The post 214: Null (Void) by MultiMind appeared first on Nightlight.
August 15, 2019
This week, we have a story from our creator, Tonia, about revenge and werewolves. n Narrated by Dominick Rabrun. Audio production by Tonia Thompson. n NIGHTLIGHT is entirely listener-supported. If you want to help keep NIGHTLIGHT from joining the undead, join the NIGHTLIGHT Legion on Patreon. You can also make a one-time contribution on PayPal. As always, reviews and shout-outs on social media are always appreciated. The post Sorry, Wrong Number by Tonia Thompson appeared first on Nightlight.
August 1, 2019
This week, we have a story of revenge in the South. With vampires! n A quick content warning: there is racial violence in this episode and if that’s something you don’t want to hear, you may consider skipping this episode. n You can read our interview with the author on the NIGHTLIGHT website. n NIGHTLIGHT is entirely listener-supported. If you want to help keep NIGHTLIGHT from joining the undead, join the NIGHTLIGHT Legion on Patreon. You can also make a one-time contribution on PayPal. As always, reviews and shout-outs on social media are always appreciated. nn— nnSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nightlight/support The post Sundown Town by Zig Zag Claybourne appeared first on Nightlight.
July 19, 2019
We interview Jennifer Baker, author of Expiration Date, and editor for Electric Literature, as as well as creator of the Minorities in Publishing Podcast. n nLearn what editors hate to see, how to write stories with characters outside of your community with love and respect, as well as what it’s like to own a podcast. n nYou can visit Jennifer at jenniferbaker.com, or on twitter as @jbakernyc. Check out Electric Literature and her Minorities in Publishing Podcast. You can read more of her work in Best American Essays 2018 and Everyday People: The Color of Life. nn— nnSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nightlight/support The post 211: Interview with Jennifer Baker appeared first on Nightlight.
July 11, 2019
This week, we bring you a post-apocalyptic story that makes us question who’s really turning into a monster. Our author is Jennifer Baker, a long-time publishing professional, and the creator and host of the Minorities in Publishing podcast, as well as contributing editor to Electric Literature. n Story transcript available here n Narrated by Tonia Thompson. Audio production by Jen Zink.  n NIGHTLIGHT is entirely listener-supported. If you want to help keep NIGHTLIGHT from joining the undead, join the NIGHTLIGHT Legion on Patreon. You can also make a one-time contribution on PayPal. As always, reviews and shout-outs on social media are always appreciated. nn— nnSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nightlight/support The post 210: Expiration Date by Jennifer Baker appeared first on Nightlight.
June 27, 2019
What happens when a haunted house isn’t just a house after all? n Also, learn what really creeps out author Evan Davis and host Tonia Thompson. n NIGHTLIGHT is entirely listener-supported. If you want to help keep NIGHTLIGHT from joining the undead, join the NIGHTLIGHT Legion on Patreon. You can also make a one-time contribution on PayPal. As always, reviews and shout-outs on social media are always appreciated. nn— nnSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nightlight/support The post 209: The Scars of Eliza Gray by Evan Davis appeared first on Nightlight.
June 20, 2019
In D is for Dancing, by Rickey Rivers Jr, we take advantage of a chill on a hot summer day. In Roadside Assistance by Kristopher Brown, we learn why it’s not always safe to drive in the dark, and why we should always listen to our mothers. NIGHTLIGHT is entirely listener-supported. If you want to help keep NIGHTLIGHT from joining the undead, join the NIGHTLIGHT Legion on Patreon. You can also make a one-time contribution on PayPal. As always, reviews and shout-outs on social media are always appreciated. — Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nightlight/support The post 208: Double Episode! D is for Dancing + Roadside Assistance appeared first on Nightlight.
June 13, 2019
This week, we have a great story about a strained relationship, with a twist. What would it take to make you abandon your partner? What would you do for them? How much pain would you endure? This story asks that and more. Tyhitia writes horror, fantasy, and science fiction, and sometimes dabbles in other genres. She began writing poetry as a child and ventured into fiction years later. She enjoys writing both novels and short stories, and her work has appeared in Necrotic Tissue, Lightspeed, and Nightmare magazines. NIGHTLIGHT is 100% listener-supported. If you want to help keep NIGHTLIGHT from joining the undead, join the NIGHTLIGHT Legion on Patreon. You can also make a one-time contribution on PayPal. As always, reviews and shout-outs on social media are always appreciated. — Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nightlight/support The post 207: In the Beginning by Tyhitia Green appeared first on Nightlight.
June 6, 2019
If you love Edgar Allan Poe’s The Tell-Tale Heart, you’re going to love this story by author Errick Nunnally. Penny tragically loses her son, but thankfully, he’s an organ donor. Unfortunately, not all organ donations end well. You can download a transcript of this story. NIGHTLIGHT is 100% listener funded. Thanks to the NIGHTLIGHT Legion for supporting this podcast. You can join the NIGHTLIGHT Legion on Patreon, or make a one-time donation on PayPal. Narration by Cherrae Stuart. Audio production by Tonia Thompson. — Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nightlight/support The post 206: Penny Incompatible by Errick Nunnally appeared first on Nightlight.
May 30, 2019
This week, we have another story from the Percivals universe by Eboni Dunbar. Last month, we met a Black woman in Victorian England kicking vampire ass with music–this time she squares up against werewolves, and we learn the fate of Alexander Percival. NIGHTLIGHT would not be possible without our patrons. If you enjoy this podcast, consider joining the NIGHTLIGHT Legion on Patreon at https://patreon.com/nightlightpod. You can also make a one-time donation to the podcast via PayPal at https://paypal.me/NightlightPodcast. You can read a transcription of the story here: https://nightlightpod.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/The-Percivals-London-Calling.pdf — Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nightlight/support The post 205: The Percivals – London Calling by Eboni Dunbar appeared first on Nightlight.
May 23, 2019
Interview with The Percivals author, Eboni Dunbar. Transcript coming soon. NIGHTLIGHT is entirely listener-supported. If you want to help keep NIGHTLIGHT from joining the undead, join the NIGHTLIGHT Legion on Patreon. You can also make a one-time contribution on PayPal. As always, reviews and shout-outs on social media are always appreciated. — Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nightlight/support The post Eboni Dunbar Interview appeared first on Nightlight.
April 4, 2019
Queer Black women kicking vampire ass in the 19th century English countryside. And just when you think it can't get it better....there's music! Want more stories by Black authors? Join the NIGHTLIGHT Legion on Patreon at patreon.com/nightlightpod
April 4, 2019
Queer Black women kicking vampire ass in the 19th century English countryside. And just when you think it can’t get it better….there’s music! NIGHTLIGHT is entirely listener-supported. If you want to help keep NIGHTLIGHT from joining the undead, join the NIGHTLIGHT Legion on Patreon. You can also make a one-time contribution on PayPal. As always, reviews and shout-outs on social media are always appreciated. — Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nightlight/support The post 204: The Percivals – Bennett Benefit by Eboni Dunbar appeared first on Nightlight.
February 7, 2019
Don't forget--this podcast is 100% funded by patrons. Our mission to pay Black writers is only possible with your help. Join the NIGHTLIGHT Legion for bonus content & a shoutout on the next episode.
February 7, 2019
Subways are just creepy. Everybody knows that. But what happens when your train breaks down in the middle of a tunnel? Read the story transcript. NIGHTLIGHT is entirely listener-supported. If you want to help keep NIGHTLIGHT from joining the undead, join the NIGHTLIGHT Legion on Patreon. You can also make a one-time contribution on PayPal. As always, reviews and shout-outs on social media are always appreciated. — Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nightlight/support The post 203: The Red Line by Steven Payne appeared first on Nightlight.
January 10, 2019
Join the NIGHTLIGHT Legion on Patreon and help us #PayBlackWriters. You can also help us fund weekly episodes for Season 2 on GoFundMe This episode produced by Jen Zink. Narration provided by ChaChanna Simpson. Story edits by Tonia Thompson.
January 10, 2019
NIGHTLIGHT is entirely listener-supported. If you want to help keep NIGHTLIGHT from joining the undead, join the NIGHTLIGHT Legion on Patreon. You can also make a one-time contribution on PayPal. As always, reviews and shout-outs on social media are always appreciated. This episode produced by Jen Zink. Narration provided by ChaChanna Simpson.  Story edits by Tonia Thompson. — Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nightlight/support The post 202: The Deacons’ Girl by Jennifer Harris appeared first on Nightlight.
December 13, 2018
What happens when man's best friend protects you....even in death? If you want to hear more stories or help #PayBlackWriters, you can join the NIGHTLIGHT Legion for as little as $1 per month. If you prefer to just make a one-time donation, go to paypal.me/NightlightPodcast.
December 13, 2018
What happens when man’s best friend protects you….even in death? NIGHTLIGHT is entirely listener-supported. If you want to help keep NIGHTLIGHT from joining the undead, join the NIGHTLIGHT Legion on Patreon. You can also make a one-time contribution on PayPal. As always, reviews and shout-outs on social media are always appreciated. — Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nightlight/support The post 201: Blitz by C.J. Silver appeared first on Nightlight.
December 7, 2018
This week, we talk to Melody Cooper about her award-winning script, how to build a screenwriting career, and what Black horror means to her.
December 7, 2018
This week, we talk to Melody Cooper about her award-winning script, how to build a screenwriting career, and what Black horror means to her.— Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nightlight/support The post Melody Cooper Interview appeared first on Nightlight.
October 31, 2018
For our season finale, we imagine a trip to the Twilight Zone. Remember, we need your support to continue this podcast. Go to patreon.com/nightlightpod to join the NIGHTLIGHT Legion and support Black horror.
October 31, 2018
For our season finale, we present a full-cast production audio drama inspired by our creator’s favorite show: The Twilight Zone. NIGHTLIGHT is entirely listener-supported. If you want to help keep NIGHTLIGHT from joining the undead, join the NIGHTLIGHT Legion on Patreon. You can also make a one-time contribution on PayPal. As always, reviews and shout-outs on social media are always appreciated. Cast: Ruby: Cherrae StuartTroy: Patrick BazileMama Buford: Chachanna SimpsonSheila: Jen ZinkEvan: Hollis MonroeMiranda: Brea GrantDiane (Nurse Manager): Stephanie Malia MorrisMartha (Nurse): Dionne ObesoSacrificial Parent: DCOlder TJ: Raiden ThompsonBaron Samedi/Narrator: Tonia Thompson Audio production by Jen Zink and Tonia Thompson — Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nightlight/support The post See You at the Crossroads — Audio Drama appeared first on Nightlight.
October 30, 2018
Our story today, from author A.Z. Louise, warns us of what can happen when we writers take our job too seriously. Research is an important part of any good story, but where should we draw the line in our quest for an authentic tale? Thanks to A.Z. for submitting this story. If you enjoyed it, you can find A.Z.’s work in Equal Opportunity Madness, A Mythos Anthology, and Strange Horizons. You can visit their website at azlouise.com, or follow them on Twitter at az_louise. Thanks to Mike, our newest member of the NIGHTLIGHT Legion. Because of you, and our other patrons, we get to keep buying more horror stories from Black writers and keep releasing new episodes. If you’d like to support NIGHTLIGHT and Black horror writers, head over to patreon.com/nightlightpod. You’ll also get access to behind-the-scenes updates and bonus episodes. Remember, Halloween is the last day to become a member and get perks like swag and free story critiques, so make sure you join today to get the most bang for your buck. If you want to support NIGHTLIGHT, but are unable to do so financially, sharing the podcast on social media and reviewing us on Apple Podcasts are both immensely helpful. In fact, if you leave a 5-star review for us before our Season 2 premiere in December, you’ll be entered to win a NIGHTLIGHT t-shirt. The first 10 reviewers will also get some NIGHTLIGHT swag, including bookmarks, stickers, a magnet, and a personalized thank you note with a mini-story starring anyone you wish. You can also make one time donations via PayPal by going to paypal.me/NightlightPodcast. Thanks to our narrator for today’s episode, the talented Cherrae Stuart. Thanks also to the audio producer and designer for this episode, Jen Zink. That’s our show for today. We’ll be back tomorrow with our season finale—an audio adaptation of my own take of a story from the Twilight Zone. You don’t want to miss it!
October 30, 2018
What can happen when we writers take our job too seriously? Research is an important part of any good story, but where should we draw the line in our quest for an authentic tale?Thanks to A.Z. for submitting this story. If you enjoyed it, you can find A.Z.’s work in Equal Opportunity Madness, A Mythos Anthology, and Strange Horizons. You can visit their website at azlouise.com, or follow them on Twitter at az_louise. NIGHTLIGHT is entirely listener-supported. If you’d like to keep this podcast alive, you can join the NIGHTLIGHT Legion on Patreon. You can also make a one-time donation to the podcast via Paypal. — Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nightlight/support The post 117: At Night We’ll Feast Together by A.Z. Louise appeared first on Nightlight.
October 23, 2018
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October 23, 2018
Flash fiction by Aig’ner Wilson (Dead Children Stop Playing for Ungrateful Audiences) and Nicole Givens Kurtz (Lipstick Smiles). NIGHTLIGHT is entirely listener-supported. If you’d like to keep this podcast alive, you can join the NIGHTLIGHT Legion on Patreon. You can also make a one-time donation to the podcast via Paypal. — Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nightlight/support The post 116: Flash Fiction appeared first on Nightlight.
October 16, 2018
October is halfway over, and that means Season 1 of NIGHTLIGHT will be coming to and end soon. We’ve got 2 more episodes, plus a special full cast production (!!!!!) bonus episode on Halloween. But, thanks to the NIGHTLIGHT Legion, there will be a Season 2! Join other horror lovers in supporting our mission to #PayBlackWriters and you’ll also get access to bonus episodes throughout the year. Real horror stories, reimagined legends, and Black horror chats with some of the most amazing voices in the genre are all perks of your membership. Plus, you know you won’t end up as Malaika’s roommate in the afterlife. Just go to patreon.com/nightlightpod to join us.
October 16, 2018
What’s it like to visit your loved ones in Hell? NIGHTLIGHT is entirely listener-supported. If you’d like to keep this podcast alive, you can join the NIGHTLIGHT Legion on Patreon. You can also make a one-time donation to the podcast via Paypal. — Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nightlight/support The post 115: Malaika Descending by Sheree Renée Thomas appeared first on Nightlight.
October 12, 2018
Blacklore stories are creepypasta written by Black writers from a Black perspective. We kick this new patron-only series off with a Slenderman story. If you like this story, or our True Frights episode from a couple of weeks ago, you’ll want to become a patron so you can keep getting new stories like these. To join the NIGHTLIGHT Legion on Patreon, go to patreon.com/nightlightpod.
October 12, 2018
Blacklore stories are creepypasta written by Black writers from a Black perspective. We kick this new patron-only series off with a Slenderman story. If you like this story, or our True Frights episode from a couple of weeks ago, you’ll want to become a patron so you can keep getting new stories like these. NIGHTLIGHT is entirely listener-supported. If you’d like to keep this podcast alive, you can join the NIGHTLIGHT Legion on Patreon. You can also make a one-time donation to the podcast via Paypal. — Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nightlight/support The post Blacklore: Slenderman appeared first on Nightlight.
October 9, 2018
Visit Eden Royce’s website for more information about her and her work: www.edenroyce.com You can also follow Eden on Twitter @edenroyce, or on Facebook or Instagram. Be sure to check out her middle grade novel (Tying the Devil’s Shoestrings) that will be released in 2020.
October 9, 2018
In this bonus episode, we talk about Blaxploitation movie Abby with author Eden Royce. Visit Eden Royce’s website for more information about her and her work, or follow Eden on Twitter @edenroyce, or on Facebook or Instagram. Be sure to check out her middle grade novel (Tying the Devil’s Shoestrings) that will be released in 2020. NIGHTLIGHT is entirely listener-supported. If you’d like to keep this podcast alive, you can join the NIGHTLIGHT Legion on Patreon. You can also make a one-time donation to the podcast via Paypal. — Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nightlight/support The post Blaxploitation Exploration with Eden Royce: ABBY appeared first on Nightlight.
October 2, 2018
In this episode, we kick off the horror holiday month and share a creepy true story. What would you do if you knew you weren’t alone, and had no way of knowing who--or what--was with you and what they wanted? For more bonus content, join the NIGHTLIGHT Legion by going to patreon.com/nightlightpod. You can also make a one-time donation to the podcast via Paypal.
October 2, 2018
In this episode, we kick off the horror holiday month and share a creepy true story. What would you do if you knew you weren’t alone, and had no way of knowing who–or what–was with you and what they wanted? NIGHTLIGHT is entirely listener-supported. If you’d like to keep this podcast alive, you can join the NIGHTLIGHT Legion on Patreon. You can also make a one-time donation to the podcast via Paypal. — Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nightlight/support The post True Frights: The Unknown Presence appeared first on Nightlight.
September 25, 2018
Zombies that whisper. Memories that haunt. Sean Demory gives us a zombie story with so many feels. Check out Sean's publishing company: Pine Float Press Read Slow Boat to Fast City Read or listen to The Ballad of Black Tom Read or listen to Lovecraft Country Buy Victor LaValle's Destroyer, Issue #1 or read for free via ComiXology Help us pay Black writers and get bonus content by joining the NIGHTLIGHT Legion on Patreon or supporting us on PayPal
September 25, 2018
Zombies that whisper. Memories that haunt. Sean Demory gives us a zombie story with so many feels. Check out Sean’s publishing company: Pine Float PressRead Slow Boat to Fast CityRead or listen to The Ballad of Black TomRead or listen to Lovecraft Country Buy Victor LaValle’s Destroyer, Issue #1 or read for free via ComiXology NIGHTLIGHT is entirely listener-supported. If you’d like to keep this podcast alive, you can join the NIGHTLIGHT Legion on Patreon. You can also make a one-time donation to the podcast via Paypal. — Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nightlight/support The post 114: South Central Rain by Sean Demory appeared first on Nightlight.
September 18, 2018
Visit Aigner's Blog: https://loveundergroundblog.wordpress.com/ Published Work: Mythcreants The Five-2 Become a member of the NIGHTLIGHT Legion on Patreon. You can also contribute via PayPal.me/NightlightPodcast, or by listening to the podcast via the RadioPublic app.
September 18, 2018
Can technology haunt a house? You’ll find out in Unwanteds. Visit Aigner’s blog, or read her published work: Mythcreants & The Five-2 NIGHTLIGHT is entirely listener-supported. If you’d like to keep this podcast alive, you can join the NIGHTLIGHT Legion on Patreon. You can also make a one-time donation to the podcast via Paypal. — Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nightlight/support The post 113: Unwanteds by Aigner Wilson appeared first on Nightlight.
September 11, 2018
Thanks to librivox.org for the narration audio for this episode, and Jen Zink of the Skiffy and Fanty Show for the audio production. You can read more of Chesnutt’s work on Project Gutenberg. If you’d like to keep this podcast alive, you can join the NIGHTLIGHT Legion by going to patreon.com/nightlightpod.You can also make a one-time donation to the podcast via Paypal.
September 11, 2018
Thanks to librivox.org for the narration audio for this episode, and Jen Zink of the Skiffy and Fanty Show for the audio production. You can read more of Chesnutt’s work on Project Gutenberg. NIGHTLIGHT is entirely listener-supported. If you’d like to keep this podcast alive, you can join the NIGHTLIGHT Legion on Patreon. You can also make a one-time donation to the podcast via Paypal. — Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nightlight/support The post 112: Conjurer's Revenge by Charles W. Chesnutt appeared first on Nightlight.
September 4, 2018
“Sweet Justice” was previously published in Black Magic Women: Terrifying Tales by Scary Sisters. You can learn more about Kenesha Williams on Amazon and by checking out Black Girl Magic Lit Mag. If you’d like to keep this podcast alive, you can join the NIGHTLIGHT Legion by going to patreon.com/nightlightpod.You can also make a one-time donation to the podcast via Paypal.
September 4, 2018
“Sweet Justice” was previously published in Black Magic Women: Terrifying Tales by Scary Sisters. You can learn more about Kenesha Williams on Amazon and by checking out Black Girl Magic Lit Mag. NIGHTLIGHT is entirely listener-supported. If you want to help keep NIGHTLIGHT from joining the undead, join the NIGHTLIGHT Legion on Patreon. You can also make a one-time contribution on PayPal. As always, reviews and shout-outs on social media are always appreciated. — Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nightlight/support The post 111: Sweet Justice by Kenesha Williams appeared first on Nightlight.
August 28, 2018
You can read Alicia’s YA sci-fi thrillers, "The Underminers" and its sequel, "Cellblock Earth" on Kindle or paperback. Members of Kindle Unlimited can read both novels for free. Thanks to members of the NIGHTLIGHT Legion, we were able to pay this Black author or her work. If you’d like to contribute, you can join us at patreon.com/nightlightpod or make a one-time donation at paypal.me/NightlightPodcast. This week’s episode is partially brought to you by Audible. Try Audible today by going to nightlightpod.com/audible to get 30 days and 2 books free! This week’s recommendation is THE CHANGELING by Victor LaValle.
August 28, 2018
You can read Alicia’s YA sci-fi thrillers, “The Underminers” and its sequel, “Cellblock Earth” on Kindle or paperback. Members of Kindle Unlimited can read both novels for free. NIGHTLIGHT is entirely listener-supported. If you want to help keep NIGHTLIGHT from joining the undead, join the NIGHTLIGHT Legion on Patreon. You can also make a one-time contribution on PayPal. As always, reviews and shout-outs on social media are always appreciated. — Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nightlight/support The post 110: Sales Pitch by Alicia Thompson appeared first on Nightlight.
August 21, 2018
Nothing good can come of two girls playing with conjure magic. This week's episode comes to us from Linda D. Addison, who tells us what it means to have power in your blood without respecting it. Linda D. Addison is an award-winning author of four collections, including How To Recognize A Demon Has Become Your Friend, and the first African-American recipient of the HWA Bram Stoker Award®. Her story, “The Power” was originally published in the 2004 anthology Dark Dreams. Addison is a co-editor of Sycorax’s Daughters (Cedar Grove Publishing), an anthology of horror fiction/poetry by African-American women. You can catch her work in the anthologies Dark Voices (Lycan Valley Press), Cosmic Underground (Cedar Grove Publishing), Scary Out There (Simon Schuster), and The Beauty of Death (Independent Legions Publishing). Her site: www.lindaaddisonpoet.com. This week's episode is brought to you in part by our patrons. You can become a member of the NIGHTLIGHT Legion for as little as $1 and get access to perks such as behind-the-scenes updates, bonus stories, and extended interviews with our authors. All patrons also get ad-free episodes. If you prefer to make a one-time donation to help us pay Black writers, go to PayPal.Me/NightlightPodcast. This week’s episode is also brought to you by Audible. Try Audible today by going to nightlightpod.com/audible to get 30 days and 2 books free! This week, I recommend FRESH INK, an anthology of stories that features an author aired on NIGHTLIGHT: Lamar Giles, who wrote Wilson’s Pawn and Lawn, one of our most popular episodes so far.
August 21, 2018
Nothing good can come of two girls playing with conjure magic. This week’s episode comes to us from Linda D. Addison, who tells us what it means to have power in your blood without respecting it. Linda D. Addison is an award-winning author of four collections, including How To Recognize A Demon Has Become Your Friend, and the first African-American recipient of the HWA Bram Stoker Award®. Her story, “The Power” was originally published in the 2004 anthology Dark Dreams. Addison is a co-editor of Sycorax’s Daughters (Cedar Grove Publishing), an anthology of horror fiction/poetry by African-American women. You can catch her work in the anthologies Dark Voices (Lycan Valley Press), Cosmic Underground (Cedar Grove Publishing), Scary Out There (Simon Schuster), and The Beauty of Death (Independent Legions Publishing). Her site: www.lindaaddisonpoet.com. NIGHTLIGHT is entirely listener-supported. If you want to help keep NIGHTLIGHT from joining the undead, join the NIGHTLIGHT Legion on Patreon. You can also make a one-time contribution on PayPal. As always, reviews and shout-outs on social media are always appreciated. — Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nightlight/support The post 109: The Power by Linda D. Addison appeared first on Nightlight.
August 14, 2018
In this dystopian tale, W.E.B. Du Bois explores the color line and its political implications after a catastrophic event. It is a work of fiction reminiscent of the Twilight Zone, almost 20 years before Rod Serling was born. Read The Comet on Project Gutenberg: https://www.gutenberg.org/files/15210/15210-h/15210-h.htm#Chapter_X This story is narrated by Hollis Monroe, and the audio is used by permission of Escape Artists Inc. and Pseudopod, who have been active and vocal supporters of NIGHTLIGHT since day one. As always, we appreciate your support. If you like this podcast, you can join us on Patreon at patreon.com/nightlightpod. Reviews on iTunes are immensely helpful, as are shares on social media and in real life with friends.
August 14, 2018
In this dystopian tale, W.E.B. Du Bois explores the color line and its political implications after a catastrophic event. It is a work of fiction reminiscent of the Twilight Zone, almost 20 years before Rod Serling was born. Read The Comet on Project Gutenberg. This story is narrated by Hollis Monroe, and the audio is used by permission of Escape Artists Inc. and Pseudopod, who have been active and vocal supporters of NIGHTLIGHT since day one. NIGHTLIGHT is entirely listener-supported. If you want to help keep NIGHTLIGHT from joining the undead, join the NIGHTLIGHT Legion on Patreon. You can also make a one-time contribution on PayPal. As always, reviews and shout-outs on social media are always appreciated. — Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nightlight/support The post 108: The Comet by W.E.B. Du Bois appeared first on Nightlight.
August 11, 2018
We interview Danny Lore and learn about her inspiration for The Nasty at Bellua, how she views werewolves in stories, and about her floral apocalyptic comic series, The Wilds, out right now. To purchase issues of The Wilds, go to https://www.comixology.com/The-Wilds-1/digital-comic/654264?ref=c2VhcmNoL2luZGV4L2Rlc2t0b3Avc2xpZGVyTGlzdC9pdGVtU2xpZGVy You can also call up your local comic shop or library and ask to purchase the upcoming collection of the first series. You can read Danny's story, The Last Exorcist, in Issue #3 of FIYAH Literary Magazine: https://www.fiyahlitmag.com/issues/issue-3-sundown-towns/ Follow Danny on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/weredawgz
August 11, 2018
We interview Danny Lore and learn about her inspiration for The Nasty at Bellua, how she views werewolves in stories, and about her floral apocalyptic comic series, The Wilds, out right now.rrTo purchase issues of The Wilds, go to https://www.comixology.com/The-Wilds-1/digital-comic/654264?ref=c2VhcmNoL2luZGV4L2Rlc2t0b3Avc2xpZGVyTGlzdC9pdGVtU2xpZGVyrYou can also call up your local comic shop or library and ask to purchase the upcoming collection of the first series.rrYou can read Danny’s story, The Last Exorcist, in Issue #3 of FIYAH Literary Magazine: https://www.fiyahlitmag.com/issues/issue-3-sundown-towns/rrFollow Danny on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/weredawgz— Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nightlight/support The post Interview with Danny Lore appeared first on Nightlight.
August 7, 2018
You can read more of Danny's work on EFNIKS.com: http://efniks.com/fiction-pages/2018/3/14/the-moon-and-other-beasts-i-keep-with-me Or in FIYAH Literary Magazine: http://www.fiyahlitmag.com/product/issue-three-sundown-towns/ We've got 2 episodes of Season 2 funded and if you want more NIGHTLIGHT we need your help. To support NIGHTLIGHT so we can continue to #PayBlackWriters, go to http://www.patreon.com/nightlightpod or http://paypal.me/NightlightPodcast. Don't forget to rate us and leave a review. Our interview with Danny will air later this week.
August 7, 2018
Werewolves in space. Need we say more? You can read more of Danny’s work on EFNIKS.com or in FIYAH Literary Magazine. NIGHTLIGHT is entirely listener-supported. If you want to help keep NIGHTLIGHT from joining the undead, join the NIGHTLIGHT Legion on Patreon. You can also make a one-time contribution on PayPal. As always, reviews and shout-outs on social media are always appreciated. — Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nightlight/support The post 107: The Nasty at Bellua appeared first on Nightlight.
July 31, 2018
This week we hear a story from Sharon Cullars. Sharon tells us what happens when the dead can't rest. You can learn more about Sharon via her website at www.sharoncullars.com or follow her on Twitter at https://twitter.com/SharonCullars You can read the issue of Weirdbook Magazine with Sharon's story on Kindle or paperback: https://amzn.to/2mXQgIB You can also support us by joining our Patreon: http://patreon.com/nightlightpod. All patrons get ad-free episodes and lots of other membership perks!
July 31, 2018
What happens when the dead can’t rest? You can learn more about Sharon via her website or follow her on Twitter. You can read the issue of Weirdbook Magazine with Sharon’s story on Kindle or paperback. NIGHTLIGHT is entirely listener-supported. If you want to help keep NIGHTLIGHT from joining the undead, join the NIGHTLIGHT Legion on Patreon. You can also make a one-time contribution on PayPal. As always, reviews and shout-outs on social media are always appreciated. — Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nightlight/support The post 106: Daddy’s Home by Sharon Cullars appeared first on Nightlight.
July 24, 2018
You can read more of Charles Chesnutt's stories from The Conjure Woman for free on Project Gutenberg https://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/11666 or via Amazon: https://amzn.to/2uKbJsA As always, we appreciate your support. If you like this podcast, you can join us on Patreon at patreon.com/nightlightpod. Reviews on iTunes are immensely helpful, as are shares on social media on in real life with friends.
July 24, 2018
You can read more of Charles Chesnutt’s stories from The Conjure Woman for free on Project Gutenberg or via Amazon. NIGHTLIGHT is entirely listener-supported. If you want to help keep NIGHTLIGHT from joining the undead, join the NIGHTLIGHT Legion on Patreon. You can also make a one-time contribution on PayPal. As always, reviews and shout-outs on social media are always appreciated. — Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nightlight/support The post 105: Gray Wolf’s Ha’nt by Charles Chesnutt appeared first on Nightlight.
July 17, 2018
You can follow Nicole on her blog: www.nicolesconiers.com/blog Buy her book, Escape From Beckyville: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/69733 Sycorax’s Daughters: https://amzn.to/2ur2UE2 Please follow our wonderful narrator for this episode: Cherrae Stuart at www.cherraelstuart.com or @ActorOnTheEdge on Twitter. You can also check out her podcast at @TCADPodcast and @GoodMorningAntioch You can buy Shadowshaper by Daniel José Older: https://amzn.to/2Lo7xFe The sequel (Shadowhouse Fall) is also amazing.
July 17, 2018
What happens when intergenerational trauma becomes physical? You can follow Nicole on her blog. Buy her book, Escape From Beckyville, or read her work in Sycorax’s Daughters. NIGHTLIGHT is entirely listener-supported. If you want to help keep NIGHTLIGHT from joining the undead, join the NIGHTLIGHT Legion on Patreon. You can also make a one-time contribution on PayPal. As always, reviews and shout-outs on social media are always appreciated. — Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nightlight/support The post 104: The Stiffening by Nicole Sconiers appeared first on Nightlight.
July 13, 2018
Remember, tweet with hashtag #HiddenLove to win a Pretty Deadly print from Good For Her: https://www.etsy.com/shop/goodforher?ref=shop_sugg&section_id=24056240 And to win a NIGHTLIGHT t-shirt, leave us a review on iTunes or Podchaser: https://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/nightlight-691229. Email your review to merch@nightlightpod.com to enter. For more of Monique's work, follow her on Twitter @MoniqueDesir or on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/MoniqueDesirsOfficialAuthorPage/ She also blogs at https://adaratrosclair.wordpress.com/. You can also buy her books: Forbidden (urban fantasy for adults) https://www.amazon.com/Forbidden-Book-One-Gabriel-Lennox-ebook/dp/B06XWJMSP1/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1531454055&sr=8-1&keywords=forbidden+m.l.+desir Moonstruck (middle grade dark fantasy) https://www.amazon.com/Moonstruck-Book-One-Waking-Dream-ebook/dp/B06XPK6GBH/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1531453814&sr=8-1&keywords=moonstruck+desir
July 13, 2018
Remember, tweet with hashtag #HiddenLove to win a Pretty Deadly print from Good For Her. For more of Monique’s work, follow her on Twitter @MoniqueDesir or on Facebook. She also blogs. You can also buy her books:Forbidden (urban fantasy for adults)Moonstruck (middle grade dark fantasy) NIGHTLIGHT is entirely listener-supported. If you want to help keep NIGHTLIGHT from joining the undead, join the NIGHTLIGHT Legion on Patreon. You can also make a one-time contribution on PayPal. As always, reviews and shout-outs on social media are always appreciated. — Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nightlight/support The post Bonus Episode! Stories of Love and Revenge appeared first on Nightlight.
July 10, 2018
What happens when the devil comes to collect on a soul he was promised? This week’s story is from author Lamar Giles. Narrated by Rodney Blu. Download transcript You can find more of Lamar’s work by visiting lamargiles.com. If you want to pre-order his YA mystery, SPIN, visit https://amzn.to/2u3yebR To pre-order his YA anthology, Fresh Ink, go to https://amzn.to/2NEmR21 And if you’re like us, and can’t wait to read more of Lamar’s work, why not grab a copy of Fake ID, his YA Thriller? https://amzn.to/2L6x2ep
July 10, 2018
What happens when the devil comes to collect on a soul he was promised? This week’s story is from author Lamar Giles. Narrated by Rodney Blu.Download transcript You can find more of Lamar’s work by visiting lamargiles.com.If you want to pre-order his YA mystery, SPIN, visit https://amzn.to/2u3yebRTo order his YA anthology, Fresh Ink, go to https://amzn.to/2NEmR21And if you’re like us, and can’t wait to read more of Lamar’s work, why not grab a copy of Fake ID, his YA Thriller? https://amzn.to/2L6x2ep NIGHTLIGHT is entirely listener-supported. If you want to help keep NIGHTLIGHT from joining the undead, join the NIGHTLIGHT Legion on Patreon. You can also make a one-time contribution on PayPal. As always, reviews and shout-outs on social media are always appreciated. — Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nightlight/support The post 103: Wilson’s Pawn and Loan by Lamar Giles appeared first on Nightlight.
July 3, 2018
Hi! I’m Tonia Thompson—horror writer and creator of NIGHTLIGHT: The Black Horror Podcast. This week we have a story from the amazing Eden Royce. I’m a huge fan of Eden’s, maybe because her stories tend toward the darker side, maybe because of the gothic feel of them, but probably because her words haunt you long after you’ve left the world she created. Eden is a full-time writer living in the UK, and as you’ll hear in her interview after the story, a fan of Edgar Allan Poe. Here’s her story, Basque of the Red Death, a tale of vengeance, corsets, and magic. Content Warning: sexual predators, objectification of women ======== Basque of the Red Death By Eden Royce She looked like death, but the harsh Carolina sunshine made her look more attractive than she really was. Helen’s gait faltered as she looked up at the woman peering down on her with appraisal and undisguised distaste. Old…so old. Deep lines whittled themselves into her face, causing the chalky powder to rise to the surface of her sandpaper skin. But the woman’s gaze was sharp, even weighty, and it caused Helen to stumble. Her mother seized her arm in a mousetrap grip. “Remember what I tol’ you,” she growled close to the girl’s ear. Her breath was loaded, sour with the potent smells of dry peanut shells and day-old coffee. “Yas’m.” The sun beat down on both of them during the walk to Miss Maggie’s and sweat gathered in the girl’s armpits and between her heavy thighs. It coursed down her back under the worn muslin of her dress like teasing fingers. Gnats taunted them, flying in their soaked faces, then deftly avoiding their clumsy fingers as the pair trudged along the hardpack dirt. After that journey, the shaded porch was almost cool. No sun reached it through the dense overhang of ancient oaks. But there was plenty enough light for Miss Maggie to pass her judgment. “Gal ain’t nowhere near pretty,” she said, tilting her head left then right like a bird considering a crust of bread. “No figure. And this here.” Miss Maggie leaned over the porch railing and ran a finger over the angry, inflamed pustules covering Helen’s doughy white cheek. Helen flinched. Partly from the pain as several of the imbedded pimples pressed deeper into her skin and partly from the way the soft, cool fingers seemed to slide around in their thin casings of flesh. Her mother grabbed a wedge of skin at her sow-like waist and twisted it. Hot fire shot through her side, eclipsing the pain in her face, and she froze. “Not a sound.” This she muttered through compressed lips, but the dusty smell of sun baked peanuts and battery acid coffee hung in the sticky air. Helen sank her teeth into her lower lip. “Bumps, bad skin is a problem,” Maggie continued, pressing in Helen’s forehead and chin. “They’re deep.” “How much?” the mother asked. Maggie wiped her hands on a starched handkerchief and tossed the soiled fabric on the rocking chair behind her. A frail-looking girl, no more than eight or ten, dashed out of nowhere to provide a new cloth and remove the old one. “Not much.” Helen watched the girl scurry away, as silent as she had come. “She might not help you with no mens, but she can do just as good at cleanin’ and such. Better than that lil’ darky, I bet. Oh…” Her mother’s jaw went slack as though she remembered she’d left washing on the line. “Um…’scuse me, miss.” If she was offended, Miss Maggie didn’t show it. “I already got two for cleaning and tidying and such. Twins, in fact. Enough trouble.” “I don’ need a lot. Just need to put food on the table for the young ones. We hardly got nothin’ no more.” Maggie sniffed. Helen wondered if she was smelling the raw grain alcohol scent that clung to her mama. It leaked from her pores,
July 3, 2018
This week we have a story from the amazing Eden Royce. I’m a huge fan of Eden’s, maybe because her stories tend toward the darker side, maybe because of the gothic feel of them, but probably because her words haunt you long after you’ve left the world she created. Eden is a full-time writer living in the UK, and as you’ll hear in her interview after the story, a fan of Edgar Allan Poe. Here’s her story, Basque of the Red Death, a tale of vengeance, corsets, and magic. Content Warning: sexual predators, objectification of women NIGHTLIGHT is entirely listener-supported. If you want to help keep NIGHTLIGHT from joining the undead, join the NIGHTLIGHT Legion on Patreon. You can also make a one-time contribution on PayPal. As always, reviews and shout-outs on social media are always appreciated. — Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nightlight/support The post 102: Basque of the Red Death by Eden Royce appeared first on Nightlight.
June 26, 2018
Transcript: Hi! I’m Tonia Thompson—horror writer and creator of NIGHTLIGHT: The Black Horror Podcast. This week we celebrate our very first full episode with a new story from Justina Ireland, bestselling author of Dread Nation. If you haven’t read Dread Nation yet, you’re missing out on my favorite read of this year. Today’s story gives us a little taste of the Dread Nation world—one overrun with zombies in post-Civil War America. But don’t worry, this is a standalone story, so if you haven’t read Dread Nation, you’ll be able to fall right in and won’t hear any spoilers. And if you have read Dread Nation, well, you’ll get your fix for Black girls trained in skilled combat against the undead to hold you over until the sequel comes out. So without further ado, here’s Letters from Home, by Justina Ireland. Letters From Home By Justina Ireland Sue lay in her bed and examined the letter in her hands.  She’d swiped it off of Miss Preston’s desk earlier in the day on a whim, and now she didn’t have a clue what to do with it.  She didn’t know what it said.  She’d never learned to read, and Miss Preston’s School of Combat for Negro Girls didn’t include reading in the curriculum. Killing the dead? Yes.  Learning to set a fine dinner table? Most certainly.  But reading? What Negro girl needed to learn her letters? But Sue, Big Sue to the rest of the girls at Miss Preston’s on account of her size, had seen letters like the one she held.  Back when Jane McKeene had been a student she’d always carried letters from home like the one in Sue’s hand. Sometimes, she’d read them aloud. Sue liked to listen to Jane read and tell stories about her mama back at Rose Hill. Sue’s own mother was long gone, taken by the dead when Sue was too young to remember, and Jane’s own mother seemed as good a replacement as any. Sue was considering asking one of the uppity Northern girls to read the letter for her in the morning when the screaming started. Sue rolled out of bed of bed, hitting the floor in a low crouch. Her nightshirt tangled around her legs, and the echoing slap of bare feet hitting wood planks filled the room as the rest of the girls did the same as they woke. “Shamblers,” one of them whispered. “In the school?” another asked with a quaver in her voice. “Seems like,” answered Sue, her voice deep and low. She wasn’t known for being chatty, and this really wasn’t the time to get into a lengthy dialogue about the likelihood of the dead, known as shamblers because of their lumbering walk, being inside of the combat school.  Truth was, Sue knew this was going to happen, sooner or later.  The dead always found a way. When the dead began to walk at the battle of Gettysburg everything had changed, and here on seventeen years later it was the combat schools, decreed by law and enforced by white folks, that were supposed to keep everyone safe. So it was a keen irony indeed that the dead roamed the halls of the very place established to kill them. Sue was a girl who could appreciate a fine bit of irony. “What do we do?” asked another girl. Sue didn’t know the voice. It was hard to tell what was happening in the gloom of their room, but most of the girls were younger and less experienced than Sue, who was due to graduate any day now. “We fight,” Sue said.  “Get dressed, quickly. Boots, bloomers, leggings. Leave off the modesty corset, we ain’t got time, and get ready to move. We got to get to the arms room and get our weapons.” The silence erupted in a hurried shuffling as the girls, nearly twenty in all, dressed quickly.  Sue ditched her sleep shirt and pulled on a dress and leggings, quickly tying the stays and tucking the letter away for later.  The mystery of it pulled at her, and she’d keep it for now. While the rest of the girls dressed, Sue approached the closed door and pressed her ear to the wood.
June 26, 2018
This week we celebrate our very first full episode with an original story from Justina Ireland, bestselling author of Dread Nation. If you haven’t read Dread Nation yet, you’re missing out on my favorite read of this year. Today’s story gives us a little taste of the Dread Nation world—one overrun with zombies in post-Civil War America. But don’t worry, this is a standalone story, so if you haven’t read Dread Nation, you’ll be able to fall right in and won’t hear any spoilers. And if you have read Dread Nation, well, you’ll get your fix for Black girls trained in skilled combat against the undead to hold you over until the sequel comes out. NIGHTLIGHT is entirely listener-supported. If you want to help keep NIGHTLIGHT from joining the undead, join the NIGHTLIGHT Legion on Patreon. You can also make a one-time contribution on PayPal. As always, reviews and shout-outs on social media are always appreciated. — Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nightlight/support The post 101: Letters From Home by Justina Ireland appeared first on Nightlight.
June 14, 2018
Hi! I’m Tonia Thompson—a horror writer and creator of the NIGHTLIGHT podcast. NIGHTLIGHT features horror stories written by Black authors all over the world. We’ll be debuting on June 26, 2018 with an episode based on the bestselling horror novel DREAD NATION by Justina Ireland, but first, a little story to whet your appetite. I’ll Never Take a Nap Again by Tonia Thompson I woke up from my afternoon nap with blood all over my face and pictures someone else had taken of me sleeping on my phone. That would have been weird enough, but the worst part was that I was home alone. There was no one that could have taken those pictures. My alarm was armed, all of my doors and windows were locked, and my dog was sleeping soundly next to the couch. But there they were—dozens of pictures of me, with my eyes closed, deep in slumber. I scrolled up to find more photos, but in one of them, my eyes were open—looking directly at the camera. My arm stretched toward the person…or thing….taking the picture. I checked my home’s alarm log, but no doors or windows had been opened or closed since early morning. Nothing had come in, or out, yet something had definitely been IN. I went back to examining my face, looking for a cut or scrape—anything to explain the blood. Maybe it was a nosebleed, I thought. But I knew that wasn’t true. I searched my memory for something, anything to explain the photos and the blood, but the last thing I remember is lying down. And then I see drops of blood on my kitchen floor. Directly beneath my skylight. But it’s not broken. A thought creeps into my head that someone somehow managed to get in and out of my house through a skylight that goes up 20 feet in the air without waking me up. I stood there, watching the sunlight shine through, looking for more blood spots, when I feel a drop of something land on my forehead. I wiped it away. Blood. But it smells….delicious. And before I know what I’m doing, I’ve got my finger in my mouth, savoring the taste of that thing that visited me and left alive, but not whole. ====== I’ll see you on June 26. Go ahead and subscribe now so you don’t miss Justina’s story, and other strange and creepy tales by other Black writers.
June 14, 2018
Hi! I’m Tonia Thompson—a horror writer and creator of the NIGHTLIGHT podcast. NIGHTLIGHT features horror stories written by Black authors all over the world. We’ll be debuting on June 26, 2018 with an episode based on the bestselling horror novel DREAD NATION by Justina Ireland, but first, a little story to whet your appetite. You can read the full text of this story on Twitter. ====== I’ll see you on June 26. Go ahead and subscribe now so you don’t miss Justina’s story, and other strange and creepy tales by other Black writers. — Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nightlight/support The post Black Horror is Experiencing a Renaissance appeared first on Nightlight.
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