Tune in to North Manchester FM 106.6 this Saturday, 4-6pm, for Hannah’s Bookshelf (or listen online).
This week, I will be joined by Rob Shedwick – aka Digital Front – Crumpsall-based indie musician, designer and publisher. Rob is my partner in Hic Dragones and the designer behind our book covers and website. (And yeah… as some of you know, he’s also my husband but other than that minor blip he’s pretty sensible.) We’ll be talking about the perils and joys of small press publishing, horror fiction and much more. Join us on Saturday at 4pm!
Last week, I introduced a section of the show that will be a regular feature – Apocalypse Books. This section is partly inspired by Desert Island Discs and partly by the Denzel Washington film The Book of Eli. I’ll be asking each of my guests: in a post-apocalyptic wilderness, when society has completely broken down and vigilante mobs roam the land, which three books would you save… and why? Last week, Toby Stone shared his slightly bonkers (but very practical) suggestions. Join me this week to find out which books make Rob’s Apocalypse list.
If you’re interested in being a guest on the show, drop me a line via this blog or catch me on Twitter.
If you missed the show, you can listen to it here: