Author Topic: Pseudopod 264: A Study In Flesh And Mind  (Read 6470 times)

Sgarre1

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Re: Pseudopod 264: A Study In Flesh And Mind
« Reply #20 on: April 15, 2012, 07:58:58 PM »
For those interested, DARK FICTION MAGAZINE has recently produced another podcast version of this story - compare, contrast, enjoy!

http://www.darkfictionmagazine.co.uk/episode-11/a-study-in-flesh-and-mind/

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Re: Pseudopod 264: A Study In Flesh And Mind
« Reply #21 on: April 21, 2012, 08:59:33 PM »
I was curious if anyone can recommend other horror/genre stories about pain (the idea of pain, the experience of pain, the embodiment of pain).  I stumbled upon "The Pain Epicures," a short piece of weird Victorian literature which you can read online here  http://www.horrormasters.com/Text/a2241.pdf  ... I was hoping for a wittier or more profound ending but still, that author was testing the limits of the publishable for his time.

Have you made it to The Sounds That Come After Screaming in the back catalog?

Also, discussion in another thread brought to mind "On Uses of Torture" by Piers Anthony.
All cat stories start with this statement: “My mother, who was the first cat, told me this...”