Weird World War III & IV: To-Date Promotional Summary: March 10th 2022 Update

Here’s a cumulative summary of all the promotional activity I’ve compiled as of March 10, 2022. This week, I did an interview on Weird World War IV with Clyde Lewis on Ground Zero Radio. I also continued to do a ton of interviews on my YouTube channel (FYI: I do not count those interviews in my totals below). Check out an particularly interesting 4-episode series I did on Weird World War IV author, Laird Barron below:

Through A Glass Darkly Season 1: Episode 26

So far, Weird World War III and Weird World War IV have garnered media appearances in the following formats:

  • 29 Radio / Podcast / Video Interviews
  • 5 Written Interviews
  • 7 Features or Blog Posts
  • 6 Reviews
  • 3 Think Pieces
  • 1 Recommendation
  • 1 Story Note
  • 1 Ad
  • 108 Blog Posts on Through a Glass Darkly

More specifically, Weird World War III and Weird World War IV have been mentioned or appeared in the below formats and venues:

Podcasts / Interviews (Video or Radio)

Interviews / Profiles (Online)

Features / Mentions

Reviews

Think Pieces

Recommendations

Story Notes

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Laird Barron Discusses His Weird World War IV Story, “The Big Whimper” on Chthonica

Laird Barron discusses his character, Rex, in his Weird World War IV story, “The Big Whimper” on the Chthonica podcast. Check out the full interview below. You can find his discussion on Rex at the 38:56-minute mark.

Greg Greene and Laird Barron, “Laird Barron on the worlds, metaphysics, influences, and – yes – dogs in his horror fiction”, Chthonica, 30 June 2021

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Wonder and Glory Forever, Edited by Weird World War III Contributor Nick Mamatas, Hits Stores Today

Weird World War III contributor, Nick Mamatas, has edited an intriguing anthology that hits stores today called Wonder and Glory Forever: Awe-Inspiring Lovecraftian Fiction. Weird World War III contributor, Erica Satifka, also has a story in it.

This is the first Lovecraftian anthology focusing on the theme of the sublime. It also has one of my favorite Clark Ashton Smith stories in it, so if that’s any indication of the book’s overall vibe, I highly encourage folks to pick up a copy today. It’s a great companion to Weird World War III. And if you haven’t picked up a copy of that yet…well…please order one by clicking on your preferred bookstore below.


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