This Flash on the Borderlands is a set of stories by Steve Rasnic Tem, all set on Halloween Street.
“Halloween Street” is narrated by Alasdair Stuart.
“Masks of Me” is narrated by Daniel Braum.
“Butcher Paper” is narrated by Setsu Uzume.
“Tricks” is narrated by Brian Lieberman.
The music accompanying the Halloween Parade is “Creeper” from the album “Necrophiliac Among the Living Dead” by Terrortron, a side project of Anders Manga.
About the Author
Steve Rasnic Tem’s last novel, Blood Kin (Solaris, 2014) won the Bram Stoker Award. His new novel, UBO (Solaris, February 2017) is a dark science fictional tale about violence and its origins, featuring such historical viewpoint characters as Jack the Ripper, Stalin, and Heinrich Himmler. He is also a past winner of the World Fantasy and British Fantasy Awards. Recently a collection of the best of his uncollected horror—Out of the Dark: A Storybook of Horrors—was published by Centipede Press. A handbook on writing, Yours To Tell: Dialogues on the Art & Practice of Fiction, written with his late wife Melanie, has appeared from Apex Books. In the Fall of 2018 Hex Publishers will be bringing out Steve’s middle-grade novel The Mask Shop of Doctor Blaack.
About the Narrators
Daniel Braum is the author of the short story collections Night Marchers and Other Strange Tales (Cemetery Dance 2016) and The Wish Mechanics: Stories of the Strange and Fantastic (Independent Legions Publishing 2017) His short stories have appeared in publications including several appearances in Cemetery Dance Magazine and anthologies including The Beauty of Death 2 and Nightscripts 3. He is the host of the Night Time Logic reading series in New York. Visit him at bloodandstardust.wordpress.com.
Setsu Uzumé is the assistant editor and host of PodCastle, as well as a nonbinary person who writes and occasionally narrates dark fantasy. They are taking a break from swordwork to study horseback archery, baking, and violin. While they have dabbled in many arts, only writing and martial arts seem to have stuck.
Brian Lieberman is an associate editor of Pseudopod. By day, he’s a copywriter and front-end developer at OBO Agency. By night, he fights various evils with his friends. He lives in Columbia, Maryland with his wife, a roommate, a brooding rat, a school of fish, and a cat with no patience for his tomfoolery.