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Sadie Hartmann

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Episode 4 - Sadie Hartmann

Bleeding Page Podcast

In this episode, we discuss Sadie Hartman’s horror entrepreneurship and go behind the scenes with how much is involved with the Night Worms subscription package, also freelancing full-time, and what makes a good and bad read. Also, Chad's mic was having some issues this episode. Apologies for that. Night Worms Website: https://nightworms.com/Night Worms Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/night_worms/ Night Worms Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/NightWormsSadie’s Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mother.horror/Chad Lutzke’s website: www.chadlutzke.comJason's website: https://www.authorjasonbrant.com/ Jason’s So Bad It’s Good youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzS5vcCGhwBzmDWYznpGclg See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

59mins

27 Feb 2022

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TBRCon 2022: The Modern Horror Renaissance (with Sadie Hartmann, Lee Murray, Ellen Datlow, Eric Larocca & More)

SFF Addicts

The Modern Horror Renaissance is an author panel from TBRCon2022 featuring Lee Murray, Ellen Datlow, Eric LaRocca, Christina Sng & Andy Davidson. Moderated by Sadie Hartmann. For more information on TBRCon2022, head over to FanFiAddict.com. You can also stream the convention live from Jan. 23-30 on the FanFiAddict YouTube channel, Twitter account or Facebook page. This panel was sponsored by:  The Story Engine ModFarm The Broken Binding FanFiAddict About the Panelists: Sadie Hartmann (aka Mother Horror) writes horror fiction reviews and other content for Cemetery Dance, Tor Nightfire, and SCREAM Magazine. She consider myself a horror fiction advocate, promoting the genre of horror to the very best of her ability. Find Sadie on Twitter or her personal website. Lee Murray is the author of fiction for adults and children, including the novels A Dash of Reality, Battle of the Birds, Misplaced and more. Find Lee on Twitter or her personal website. Ellen Datlow has been a short story editor for almost forty years, and currently acquires and edits short fiction and novellas for Tor.com, including original and reprint anthologies. Find Ellen on Twitter or her personal website. Eric LaRocca is the author of several works of horror and dark fiction, including the viral sensation Things Have Gotten Worse Since We Last Spoke. Find Eric on Twitter or his personal website. Christina Sng is an award-winning poet, writer, essayist, and artist poet best known for A Collection of Nightmares, A Collection of Dreamscapes and more. Find Christina on Twitter or her personal website. Andy Davidson is the Bram Stoker Award-nominated author of In the Valley of the Sun and The Boatman's Daughter. Find Andy on Twitter or his personal website. Find Us Online: FanFiAddict Blog Discord Twitter Instagram Music: Intro: "FanFiAddict Theme (Short Version)" by Astronoz Interlude 1: “Crescendo” by Astronoz Outro: “Cloudy Sunset” by Astronoz --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/sff-addicts/message

1hr 13mins

25 Jan 2022

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DFP #7 - With Sadie Hartmann

The Dark Fusion Podcast

On this, the inaugural episode of the newly rebranded Dark Fusion Podcast, Bev, Steph, and Shane are excited to bring you a wonderful conversation with Mother Horror herself, Sadie Hartmann. You could look forever and never find a greater supporter of horror fiction and the indie press and we had a fantastic discussion about, oh, pretty much everything under the sun and a lot of things that never see the sun in the first place. Tune in and give us a listen. This podcast is getting better and better with every episode and you're going to want to get up to speed with it, ASAP. Listen in as we discuss this phenom's origins, progress, and the secrets to her hugely impressive and much-earned success.

1hr 32mins

21 Oct 2021

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46 – The State of the Horror Nation, with Sadie Hartmann and Emily Hughes

Talking Scared

This week we’re doing something different. No author and no single book. Instead it’s a roundtable discussion, with Sadie Hartmann (AKA Mother Horror) and Emily Hughes, the genius loci behind Tor Nightfire. Together we look back over the last six months – the highs, the not-so-many-lows and all the endless twitter controversies – to address the state of the horror nation at the midpoint of 2021.All three of us talk about the books we have loved the most so far this year, what else we are looking forward to in the months ahead, and what our hopes are for horror writing in general. We also address the concerns around trauma, trigger warnings, twitter subtweeting and the endless, vice-like grip of Goodreads. If you want to get a true sense of the breadth and depth of the horror being created right now, then this is designed for you. Also, if you just want to listen to three horror nerds talk about scary stuff whilst you do the ironing, then it’s also for you.Basically, it’s for everyone. Cos I’m a giver. Enjoy!Emily Hughes’ list of horror books to be excited about in 2021 is HERE. The (huger-than-normal) list of books mentioned in this episode includes:The PicksHearts Strange and Dreadful (2021), by Tim McGregorGoddess of Filth (2021), by V. CastroLast One at the Party (2021), by Bethany CliftChildren of Chicago (2021), by Cynthia PelayoStar Eater (2021), by Kerstin HallThings Have Gotten Worse Since We Last Spoke (2021), by Eric LaRoccaUnfortunate Elements of My Anatomy (2021), by Hailey PiperIn That Endlessness, Our End (2021), by Gemma FilesComing SoonImmortelle, by Catherine McCarthy - July The Book Of Accidents, by Chuck Wendig – JulyCome With Me, by Ronald Malfi - JulyRevelator, by Daryl Gregory – AugustThe Glassy Burning Floor of Hell, by Brian Evenson – AugustChasing the Boogeyman, by Richard Chizmar - AugustMy Heart is a Chainsaw, by Stephen Graham Jones – AugustCackle, by Rachel Harrison – OctoberReprieve, by James Han Mattson – OctoberNothing but Blackened Teeth, by Cassandra Khaw - OctoberSomething More Than Night, by Kim Newman - November Assorted OthersThe Library at Mount Char (2015), by Scott HawkinsThe Last House on Needless Street (2021), by Catriona WardRawblood (2015), by Catriona WardA Head Full of Ghosts (2015), by Paul TremblayThe Twisted Ones (2019), by T. KingfisherStarving Ghosts in Every Thread (2020), by Eric LaRoccaThe Family Plot (2016), by Cherie PriestBoy’s Life (1991), by Robert McCammonSupport the show on Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/TalkingScaredPodCome talk books on Twitter @talkscaredpod, on Instagram, or email direct to talkingscaredpod@gmail.com.Thanks to Adrian Flounders for graphic design.Support the show

1hr 51mins

6 Jul 2021

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Audiobooks From Hell Episode 013: Night Worms With Sadie Hartmann

Screaming Pods Network

2020 was by all means a crazy year. Full of many ups and downs. One of my favorite discoveries last year was an impeccably curated “Subscription Box” company called Night Worms. They curate these wonderful monthly boxes specifically for Horror Readers! Each month I look forward to my package of horror delights, and they’ve never disappointed. Sadie Hartmann (aka “Mother Horror”) joins me on this episode to discuss her company as well as her love for Horror Fiction. *This episode also appears on Youtube About Sadie Hartmann: Sadie Hartmann aka Mother Horror reviews horror for Cemetery Dance and SCREAM Magazine. She is the co-owner of the horror fiction subscription company, Night Worms. She lives in Tacoma, WA with her husband of 20+ years where they enjoy perfect weather, street tacos and hanging out with their 3 kids. They have a Frenchie named Owen. Find all of Sadie’s links here About The Host Sean Duregger is an audiobook narrator specializing in genre entertainment and a voice over artist. You can hear his narration work at SeanDureggerNarrates.com.

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25 Feb 2021

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Episode 013: Night Worms With Sadie Hartmann

Audiobooks From Hell

2020 was by all means a crazy year. Full of many ups and downs. One of my favorite discoveries last year was an impeccably curated “Subscription Box” company called Night Worms. They curate these wonderful monthly boxes specifically for Horror Readers! Each month I look forward to my package of horror delights, and they’ve never disappointed. Sadie Hartmann (aka “Mother Horror”) joins me on this episode to discuss her company as well as her love for Horror Fiction. *This episode also appears on Youtube About Sadie Hartmann: Sadie Hartmann aka Mother Horror reviews horror for Cemetery Dance and SCREAM Magazine. She is the co-owner of the horror fiction subscription company, Night Worms. She lives in Tacoma, WA with her husband of 20+ years where they enjoy perfect weather, street tacos and hanging out with their 3 kids. They have a Frenchie named Owen. Find all of Sadie’s links here About The Host Sean Duregger is an audiobook narrator specializing in genre entertainment and a voice over artist. You can hear his narration work at SeanDureggerNarrates.com.

1hr

25 Feb 2021

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LOTF 59: Tropisode 6 | Camping with Sadie Hartmann aka "Mother Horror"

Ladies of the Fright

This episode of Ladies of the Fright is brought to you by Boneyard Soup Magazine. Boneyard Soup is a horror and dark fantasy magazine, specializing in the Weird, the Morbid, and the Macabre. It publishes original short stories and features terrifying artwork. Boneyard Soup’s mission is to represent the horror genre’s diversity by curating many kinds of ghoulish and horrifying stories and by supporting new and talented writers. Boneyard Soup is running a Kickstarter campaign to fund its first year of issues and to connect with new readers. Backers who pledge at least $12 will receive a year’s subscription. This Kickstarter runs until September 23rd. Follow this link to support Boneyard Soup Magazine. We want to remind you that we have a Patreon! We would like to give a special shoutout to our higher tier patrons SM Fedor, Eli Ryder, and Kerry Cox at the Satanic Panic level, and Kenesha, Nathan Blixt, and Nina Nahvi, Bjorn Svartalfson, Jocelyn Codner, and S. Velos at the Demon Possession level. We’re offering cool rewards we’re offering at every tier, and if you’d like to check it out, head on over to patreon.com/ladiesofthefright. Show Notes For our sixth tropisode, we're talking CAMPING with Sadie Hartmann, aka “Mother Horror.” Sadie Hartmann aka Mother Horror reviews horror for Cemetery Dance and SCREAM Magazine. She is the co-owner of the horror fiction subscription company, Night Worms. She lives in Tacoma, WA with her husband of 20+ years, where they enjoy perfect weather, street tacos and hanging out with their 3 kids. They have a Frenchie named Owen. When we gave Sadie a choice of tropisode topics, she was quick to hop on this one. We had a great time chatting with her about the camping trope in horror! Camping Group Read "The Troop" by Nick Cutter Camping Book Recommendations Kill Hill Carnage by Tim Meyer Fat Camp by James Sabata The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon by Stephen King The Ritual and The Reddening by Adam Neville The Ruins by Scott Smith Camp Slaughter by Sergio Gomez Kill River by Cameron Rubique Camping Movie Recommendation 127 Hours Blair Witch Project Friday the 13th Slasher (series) Find Sadie: Website | Twitter | Instagram Find Nightworms: Website | Twitter | Instagram

1hr 46mins

28 Sep 2020

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Sadie Hartmann

Vox Vomitus

Known as Mother Horror, Sadie Hartmann is a prominent book reviewer, bookstagram influencer, and a freelance writer for esteemed horror publications such as Cemetery Dance, Fangoria, and Scream Magazine. and co-owner of Night Worms, sadiehartmann.blogspot.com/ www.instagram.com/mother.horror/ twitter.com/SadieHartmann www.patreon.com/MotherHorror nightworms.com/ www.jenniferannegordon.com www.trishamckee.com www.facebook.com/Allison-Martine-…107625597566183/ www.patreon.com/JenniferAnneGordon VOX VOMITUS: Sometimes, it's not what goes right in the writing process, it's what goes horribly wrong. Host/Gothic Horror novelist Jennifer Anne Gordon (with help from co-hosts/authors Allison Martine and Trisha Mckee) chat with some of the best authors of the day. @Copyrighted by Authors on the Air --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/voxvomitus/support

44mins

24 Jul 2020

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Vox Vomitus - Sadie Hartmann

Authors on the Air Global Radio Network

Known as Mother Horror, Sadie Hartmann is a prominent book reviewer, bookstagram influencer, and a freelance writer for esteemed horror publications such as Cemetery Dance, Fangoria, and Scream Magazine. and co-owner of Night Worms,https://sadiehartmann.blogspot.com/ https://www.instagram.com/mother.horror/ https://twitter.com/SadieHartmann https://www.patreon.com/MotherHorror https://nightworms.com/ www.jenniferannegordon.com www.trishamckee.com https://www.facebook.com/Allison-Martine-Author-107625597566183/ www.patreon.com/JenniferAnneGordonVOX VOMITUS: Sometimes, it's not what goes right in the writing process, it's what goes horribly wrong. Host/Gothic Horror novelist Jennifer Anne Gordon (with help from co-hosts/authors Allison Martine and Trisha Mckee) chat with some of the best authors of the day.@Copyrighted by Authors on the Air

44mins

24 Jul 2020

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The Social Commentary of THE LOST BOYS (w/Sadie Hartmann)

TheNecronomi.Com

Sadie Hartmann joins us to talk about vampires, blood, family dynamics, the loss of the nuclear family, the Frog Brothers, Santa Cruz, and a shirtless man playing the saxophone. Check out for more information on Sadie!

1hr 20mins

13 Jul 2020

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