Author Deborah Daughetee Releases New Audio Drama for ‘Fever Dreams: A Pulp Collection’

LAS VEGAS, NEV.—On June 5, television, horror, and comic book author Deborah Daughetee released a new tale of horror adapted as an audio drama for the “Fever Dreams: A Pulp Collection” anthology podcast. Her tale, “The Charnel House,” tells the story of a recently widowed woman who tries to overcome the guilt of an earlier affair by taking a once-in-a-lifetime trip to Egypt. However, an ancient supernatural danger arises and forces her to face her demons.

Daughetee wrote her first short story as an 8-year-old and has never looked back. Prior to “The Charnel House,” she wrote audio dramas for the classic 1960s soap, Dark Shadows, for which she was nominated for a Scribe Award. She also enjoyed a decades-long career writing for television shows such as Murder She Wrote, Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman, and Touched by an Angel. In 2014, Daughetee founded the comic book publishing company Kymera Press, which focuses publishing on the work of women creators. She is currently the CEO of Kymera Press as well as the author of the comic book series Gates of Midnight and the creator of the comic Dragons by the Yard.

“Fever Dreams: A Pulp Collection” is an anthology podcast of pulp fiction stories—horror, crime, sci-fi, and thriller—unified by a pulp theme. The stand-alone stories are edgy, dark twisted, and strange. Each episode features a fully-scripted audio drama story, with original music, stellar actors, and nerve-jangling sound design. New episodes release biweekly. The podcast is produced by Voyage Media in association with 7 Lamb Productions.

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