TQP 23: A Podcast On the Borderland w/ S.T. Joshi


Joshi is something of a magnet for detractors due to his outspoken criticism of weird fiction and its many authors. Most recently, Joshi drew the ire of one Brian Keene. Seeing as Keene would never see fit to have Joshi on his ‘Horror Show’ as a guest (he doesn’t live in Pennsylvania and isn’t friends with the host, after all), we here in Strangeville wasted no time in extending an invitation to the esteemed man who has made his life not only Lovecraft, but the slow creeping evolution of the weird tale.

Also covered: the veritable ‘who’s who’ list of Joshi detractors. See if you can catch your name in there! Joshi revealed to Maddux in the course of this interview that he has more than thirty projects in various stages of development, from memoirs to anthologies, his second collection of criticism (21st Century Horror) and even a novel called Something From Below. You can find out all you need to know at his website:www.stjoshi.org.

The Quiet Place Ep 02: I Dream Of Brian Keene


Jeremy Maddux goes full-on Howard Beale on a variety of topics, including the myth of toxic masculinity, scientific journals being full of shit, a politician laying the smackdown on a reporter and a slightly ‘meh’ response to Brian Keene excoriating him.

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Jeremy Maddux’s Quiet Place Podcast Episode 1


The Strangeville podcast network is proud to present social commentator and provocateur Jeremy Maddux’s brand new podcast THE QUIET PLACE.

Jeremy Maddux emerges from his self imposed exile from Bizarro but doesn’t plan on staying long. He offers his opinion on Brian Keene’s recent despicable comments about Craig Spector, the cringe factor that has infected a once great genre and strange examples of groupthink. This is not a safe space, but a Quiet Place.