A podcast is in many ways like a time capsule. So much happens in the time between a story being written and published. This is no exception for the many authors of It Began in Red Hook. Let me run it down. Carlos Hernandez published his break out debut novel, “Sal and Gabi Break the Universe,” Mike Allen’s ghost and monster infested southern gothic short story "Nolens Volens," will be in Broken Eye Books' upcoming anthology “Nowhereville.” Fran Wilde's middle grade novel, “Riverland,” just hit stores today, April 9th, Barbara Krasnoff just published her first novel “The History of Soul 2065,” Phenderson D Clark’s novella “The Black God’s Drum” is making just the right kind of noise, and S.A. Chakraborty’s second book in her anthology “City of Copper” just came out and is rocketing to the top of everyone’s reading list. Cat Valente’s Space Opera is a finalist for the hugo. Oh yes, and she had a baby. No big deal, right?
Stick with us kids, Kaleidocast authors are going places.
Now on to the story. When last we left our intrepid? Doomed? You-choose-your-own-adjective hero, Trench Cat had forced James Earl King to undergo an otherworldly metamorphosis. But to what end? Find out now, in Part 2 of It Began in Red Hook.