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The very first episode of The Double Shadow, a podcast that will explore the life and works of 20th Century weird fiction author Clark Ashton Smith. Episode One talks about Ashton Smith’s importance as a Weird Fiction author, his place in history and an overview of what the show will cover.
Intro & Outro music courtesy of Kevin MacLeod.
The Averoigne stories in the order in which we’ll cover them (publication order) (revised 6/17/12 because of an ordering issue):
A map of Averoigne (click to expand):
The map was created by Tim Kirk and posted on the Eldritch Dark website.
Phil’s quoted interview with Clark Ashton Smith came from Conversations with the Weird Tales Circle. The interviewer was George Haas. Phil notes:
Haas seems to have been kind of an interesting figure, very involved in Fortean activities throughout CA and San Francisco in particular. He wrote two accounts of meeting CAS, in one of them he notes that they got together with Anton Szandor LaVey for a cook out. I find that idea amazing.
The book Ruth mentioned is Selected Letters of Clark Ashton Smith, published by Arkham House, 2003.
More biographical information about Clark Ashton Smith is available on the Eldritch Dark website and on Wikipedia.
Join us next time for The End of the Story!
Music by: Kevin MacLeod
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