The author. A terrible tale of a disaster at sea written by Poe at the tender age of 24. Enjoy!
The Book show features dramatic readings of short and long works of adventure, suspense, and imagination by Jason McMullan.
Hideous revelations aplenty in the final act of this cosmic horror novella.
(Pan) More is revealed to the inquiring Villiers and Austin.
(Pan) The Great God Pan, a novella by Arthur Machen. First published as a story in 1890 in the magazine “the Whirlwind”, later as a novella in 1894. Widely denounced in the press for it’s decadence and sexual perversion, the book sold fairly well. The influence of Machen on Lovecraft appears to be quite strong, enjoy!
Two tales of eldritch horror from H.P. Lovecraft. Both show the influence of Edward Plunkett, the Lord Dunsany, who was featured on episode 99 of this program.
(Another Dore image)
The enterprise begun by Conan of Cimmeria and Taurus of Nemedia in last weeks episode will be completed tonight, one way or another.
(A picture from Doré that sort of fits this tale)
Conan of Cimmeria explores the mysteries of Zamora in a tale first published in the March 1933 issue of Weird Tales!
(Your host and announcer in Studio A at WHUS)
A short radio play produced by the Athena Audio Theater, An Expedition to Hording, also selections from The Man Who was Thursday and A Princess of Mars.
A grim tale of the American civil war, by one of the great prose writers and satirists of his day, Ambrose Bierce!
The story continues, high adventure and ancient mystery under the hurtling moons of Mars.
The start of a rip roaring space opera adventure starring Eric John Stark!
Conan of Cimmeria in a blood drenched tale of the northern wastes!
Beyond the Wall of Sleep, a tale of a madman who may be connected with some being or consciousness from beyond the realms of ordinary experience.
Dagon, a tale of a journey at sea gone horribly wrong. Then Polaris, a tale of a dream more real than one's waking life.
This week the conclusion of The Snow Queen by Hans Christian Andersen.
The Fir Tree by Hans Christian Anderson, a tale of winter and longing for that which is not at hand.
The pursuit continues, Sunday riding in a great balloon, the tireless defenders of Order pursuing him over hill and dale!
Sorry for the late post, I forgot to push this to the website after Monday's broadcast because I'm working on a new radio theater performance which will happen live in studio at whus.org. This saturday, January 5th, at noon. Check it out if you can!