An occasional series in which writers speak for themselves.
Author Andy Davidson is known for scary stories like The Boatman’s Daughter and In the Valley of the Sun. His latest novel, The Hollow Kind, continues the creepy tradition. “[This] is a riveting novel that will satisfy any horror fan (and many soon-to-be fans),” said Mariko Hewer in the Independent. “Andy Davidson has done a sublime job with this portrait of a family plagued by supernatural terror and very human trauma.” Davidson discussed The Hollow Kind with Stephen Usery in January.
This podcast comes courtesy of WYPL Book Talk in Memphis. Listen to it here. (And read the Independent’s full review of The Hollow Kind here.)