Peadar Ó Guilín’s “The Evil-Eater” Podcast on Pseudopod
One of our more popular recent stories, Peadar Ó Guilín’s “The Evil-Eater,” has been given the full podcast treatment by Pseudopod.org.
Dave Truesdale at Tangent Online described the story thusly:
Toby works nights at the desk of a European hotel and dreams of becoming an actor. His one and only acting gig was a cola commercial a year before. His new girlfriend, the beautiful but shallow Marie, was first attracted to him on his claim of being an actor… Toby comes into possession of a printed invitation to a very exclusive — and expensive — restaurant, a 2,000-year-old establishment shrouded in mystery. As a last ditch attempt to impress Marie, he invites her to accompany him. What Toby and Marie discover at first delights them, but Toby soon discovers to his horror that not paying for his meal has consequences far beyond his imaginings…
“The Evil-Eater” first appeared in Black Gate 13. You can read an excerpt from our Sneak Peek of the issue here.
Pseudopod is a free weekly horror podcast hosted by Alasdair Stuart. “The Evil-Eater” is episode 208, posted October 15, and is ably read by Wilson Fowlie, who has a clear gift for Irish accents.
The complete podcast is available here.
Original art by John Kaufmann.
Seriously, I think that’s Tawny Kitaen getting ready to be eaten. I guess that creature doesn’t like Whitesnake…
Only John Kaufmann, the artist, knows for sure. And right now I hear he’s on tour with Def Leppard.