On episode 50 of the WRITER 2.0 Podcast I spoke with William D. Prystauk: thriller author, podcaster, and horror expert. We talked:
- the Fifty Shades of Grey phenomenon and how it’s viewed in the BDSM community;
- being married to a writer;
- his dark crime thriller, BLOODLETTING
- his horror podcast, The Last Knock;
- his favorite horror films.
Plus, on “Today in Writing”–the birthday of author Tom Robbins.
About Our Guest:
An award winning screenwriter, filmmaker, and educator, William D. Prystauk began writing stories when he still had hair. A former member of BDSM groups in New York and Philadelphia, he brings his knowledge of the subculture to BLOODLETTING, adapted from his script that won second place in the 2006 Screenwriter Showcase Screenwriting Contest and was the top mystery submission. He’s an assistant professor of English at Kutztown University of Pennsylvania. When not writing, he co-hosts The Last Knock horror podcast. Bill enjoys life with his wife, author and editor Ally Bishop, and their puppies. He’s proud of his alternative music and horror movie collections, and the fact that he never leaves any sushi behind. You can find Bill on his website here or follow him on Twitter @crashpalace.