Episode 38: “All Lit Up in Black and White” by Wayne Fenlon & Cindy O’Quinn

R. B. Wood

Former technologist, world traveler, & storyteller.
wayne and Nora

Host: R. B. Wood

Wayne Fenlon is the Scottish author of the horror/thriller novel THE BLACK CABIN, and drabble collection (100 word stories) SCATTERED LITTLE PIECES.

His stories have appeared online at horrortree.com, and alongside Bram Stoker Award nominees in the well-received horror anthology SOMETHING BAD HAPPENED edited by Jennifer Bernardini.

If he’s not reading, writing, and talking books, he’s designing book covers or animating them.

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Cindy O’Quinn is an Appalachian writer who grew up in the mountains of West Virginia.

In 2016, Cindy and her family moved to the northern woods of Maine, where she continues to write horror stories and dark poetry. 

Her work has been published or is forthcoming in WERE TALES: A Shapeshifter Anthology Shotgun Honey Presents Vol 4: RECOIL, The Shirley Jackson Award Winning Anthology: The Twisted Book of Shadows, Shelved: Appalachian Resilience During Covid 19 Anthology, Attack From The ‘80S Anthology, The Bad Book Anthology, Chiral Mad 5, HWA Poetry Showcase Vol V, Space & Time Magazine, Weirdbook Magazine, Nothing’s Sacred Vol 4 & 5, Sanitarium Magazine, & others.

Cindy is a four time Bram Stoker Award Final Nominee. Her poetry has been nominated for an Elgin, Rhysling, & Dwarf Star Awards.

Member of HWA, NESW, NEHW, SFPA, Horror Writers of Maine, and Weird Poets Society.

You can follow Cindy for updates on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/CindyOQuinnWriter/, Instagram/Threads cindy.oquinn, Bluesky @cindyoquinn.bsky.social, and Twitter https://twitter.com/COQuinnWrites