SiriusXM Radio will be broadcasting “The Twelve Days of Book Radio,” a special featuring highlights from the past year of Book Radio, running from December 14th through 25th; and while there aren't a lot of genre related offerings, there are two that we thought our readers should be aware of.
This, our thirteenth, episode is a bit of a departure for us. In honor of the Edgar Allan Poe House and Museum, and to raise awareness of its plight, we decided to present something a little more appropriate. Tonight we present our rendition of Edgar Allan Poe's classic of horror, "The Tell-Tale Heart".
Every January college students return to classes in the rigorous pursuit of academic excellence. And waiting for them are those insidious organizations: the Greeks. Eager young students pander and scrape for social acceptance during Rush Week, and many organizations require their pledges to perform tasks to prove their worth to the club. But just how far would they go?
It's that time of year again, when random strangers stand on your front lawn singing and people actually hope to hear a weird fat guy climbing down their chimney. At any other time of the year, we call that trespassing and breaking and entering, but for one special day we call it Christmas. But there is a darker side to Christmas, when the night is stalked by a fearsome beast.
After the destruction of our studios by zombies at the end of last season, it took us a while to get back together. But we're back now with the Season Two premiere of Dreadtime Stories!