On the Halloween special of the FMIC podcast, Gary and Gray visit an old graveyard in the dead of night in search of some tales of terror.
- ‘The Luminous Valley’ by Georgia Carys Williams (read by Laura Prior)
- ‘Tick’ by Rebecca F. John (read by Matthew Schmolley)
- ‘In the Flames of the King James Bible’ by Gary Raymond (read by Laura Prior)
- ‘Anguila Place’ by Mark Blayney (read by Alexander Ferris)
All these brand new short stories and many more can be found in the free Wales Arts Review Halloween Special e-book. Don’t miss out on this wonderful collection of weird and terrifying stories from some of Wales’ finest fiction writers.
FMIC is hosted by Gary Raymond and Gray Taylor, edited by Dani Thomas, and produced by Cerith Mathias.
Original artwork by Dean Lewis.
FMIC Podcast Episode 4: Halloween Special:
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