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John Skipp’s Fungasm Press Releases “HAUNT” Audiobook!Books/Art/Culture,News Ken W. Hanley
For longtime fans of horror literature, the name “John Skipp” should be no stranger than that of Jack Ketchum or Clive Barker. Having made his name from the writing duo of Skipp and Spector, the author has since branched out to filmmaking (co-helming a segment of TALES OF HALLOWEEN), genre journalism (with FANGORIA’s own ‘Nightmare Royale’) and publishing with his own imprint, Fungasm Press. Now, Skipp and Fungasm are breaking into new territory, offering terror for one’s ears with their debut audiobook venture, HAUNT.
Penned by Laura Lee Bahr, this audiobook is more than just a simple unabridged reading; rather, with the addition of music, sound FX and sound manipulation, HAUNT is a full-on audio production for Fungasm. The audiobook adaptation is the latest collaboration between Bahr and Fungasm, who are collaborating on her second novel, LONG-FORM RELIGIOUS PORN, whilst Bahr prepares her film BONED for release following its Toronto premiere this year. Performed by Bahr, Kerr Seth Lordygan, Jeremy Broomfield and Cody Goodfellow, HAUNT is now available on Audible and will soon be available on iTunes. For more from Skipp, Bahr and Fungasm Press, keep an eerie eye here at FANGORIA.com!