How To Contract Lycanthropy
This week’s entry is my third appearance at the Encyclopedia Show Minneapolis, way back in December of 2012! (Which explains the bit at the end of my piece.) It’s the first one where I began to get abusive with that show’s monthly theme, which was, in this case, “Obsolete Diseases.” Still, it went over pretty okay, and afterwards Mike Fotis (a producer of the show, seen here transitioning between myself and fact-checker Levi Weinhagen) was kind enough to give me a standing invitation to the show. I thanked him, and said, “But you do realize I’ll always take the monthly theme and turn it into being about monsters?” “Yes, that’s fine, you’ve shown that you can do that,” he said.
Apologies for the sound quality. But I hope you like it all the same!Tagged with: An American Werewolf In London • broccoli • cautionary tale • Christmas • cowbane • fictional • Howling 4: The Marsupials • Iron Maiden • Jack Nicholson • lycanthrope • lycanthropy • Lycaon • Man-Wolf • mythological • Satyricon • Sorcery • Teen Wolf • The Cabin In the Woods • werewolf • Werewolf: The Apocalypse • Wolf Strap • Zeus