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on: May 31, 2020, 03:37:52 PM
PseudoPod 705: Vertep

Author: D.P. Watt
Narrator: Elie Hirschman
Host: Alasdair Stuart
Audio Producer: Chelsea Davis

“Vertep” was first published in The First Book of Classical Horror Stories, ed. D.F. Lewis, with Megazanthus Press in 2012 and then reprinted in Watt’s collection The Phantasmagorical Imperative, Egaeus Press, 2014.



Show Notes
Interview with Colin Stetson regarding the Hereditary Scorehttps://www.theverge.com/2018/6/12/17451100/hereditary-composer-colin-stetson-interviewTubular Bellshttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tubular_BellsPseudoPod 100: The Music of Eric Zahnhttps://pseudopod.org/2008/07/25/pseudopod-100-the-music-of-erich-zann/The Underwood Collection: Afterdamphttps://pitchlibrary.sounder.fm/show/the-underwood-collection



The jack-in-the-box is a simple toy. It is a wooden box. The wooden box has a handle. The handle, when turned, operates a mechanism. The mechanism powers a music box. The music box plays a little tune. The little tune, as if by magic, calls  the ‘jack’—a clown, or other children’s toy. Things follow a very simple pattern in the world of the jack-in-the-box—but, despite their simplicity, they always guarantee a surprise. 

I collect jack-in-the-boxes. I repair them; sometimes I even trade in them—when money is tight. I collect other things too—don’t we all! I’m a hoarder more than anything; old records, postcards, books and magazines, but mostly records—and jack-in-the-boxes. These things—and the gathering of them—are my hobbies. It passes the time.




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