Peaveman’s Lament Interview

Even though Eric Raglin of CURSED MORSELS is a complete monster for tricking me into appearing on my first podcast, all is forgiven. He’s one of the masterminds behind the upcoming anti-capitalist anthology ProleSCARYat. The book features my story “Peaveman’s Lament,” a tale about a hard working man’s complicated relationship with the snack machine. Among other things. Call it a study in sublimation.

I had the pleasure of chatting with Eric on the ProleSCARYat website, and in the spirit of anti-capitalism, we shared my most ridiculous selfie instead of a “good” author photo. (Admittedly, with Covid restrictions, my “good” author photo is questionable. If you know a good photographer…)

The background of the picture includes one of my old weird drawings from a previous life as a visual artist. Are you intrigued? Go ahead and click to see and learn about this cool anthology:

ProleSCARYat Contributor Interview

Published by: Joe

Joe Koch writes literary horror and surrealist trash. A Shirley Jackson Award finalist, Joe is the author of The Wingspan of Severed Hands, The Couvade, and Convulsive. Their short fiction appears in publications such as Vastarien, Southwest Review, Pseudopod, and Children of the New Flesh. He’s been a flash fiction judge for Cemetery Gates Media as well as co-editing the art horror anthology Stories of the Eye from Weirdpunk Books. Find Joe (he/they) online at horrorsong.blog and on Twitter @horrorsong.

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