September 14, 2016 by T.E. Grau
A double dose of Soft Disturbances this week, as Teodor Reljic publishes his recent interview with me titled “Do it For Yourself,” in which I whine about Bible school, provide my definition of Weird fiction, declare Nathan Ballingrud the winner in a boxing match with Clive Barker, talk about my collection and my upcoming novella, and give thanks to my beloved Ives for putting me on the path.
Much gratitude to Teodor for inviting me into the SD lounge. I love the atmospherics of that place, and the acoustics are insane.
The intro (which I love dearly):
“Horror writer T.E. Grau is slowly but surely carving a niche for himself as one of the most eclectic and artful practitioners of the genre in the American scene, as is borne out by his critically acclaimed debut collection The Nameless Dark — which we reviewed right here just a couple of days ago. Now the man himself steps into the Soft Disturbances interview lounge to give an expansive, generous and impassioned overview of what inspired him so far, and what we can expect from his upcoming novella, They Don’t Come Home Anymore…”