created in 2011
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For the dark hours when you dare not close your eyes. Tales of horror to frighten and disturb. Join us as the sleepless hours tick past. Brace yourself… for The NoSleep Podcast. A multi-award winning anthology series of original horror stories, The NoSleep Podcast features a cast of talented voice actors, rich atmospheric music and sound effects to enhance the frightening tales.
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Welcome to the Library of Shadows. From ghosts to the apocalypse, from zombie-rom-coms to grotesque police files, from monsters to mobsters, we prefer horror but we'll gladly run anything that makes you bite nails and keep turning the page. We display material from authors both new and experienced to help them build their readership and promote their projects and portfolios.
NoSleepInterviews is a passion project for all involved, designed to help us learn more about our peers in the /r/NoSleep, /r/NoSleepAudio, and /r/NoSleepOOC communities. Our goal is solely to generate and foster interaction and rapport between authors, readers, narrators, and moderators. Working in conjunction with NoSleepOOC, we poll for what NoSleep authors and narrators should be interviewed and what should be asked of them, then post the finalized interviews here!
This is a place to discuss horror literature. Any book is up for discussion as long as that discussion is respectful. It doesn't matter if you're into Stephen King or Edward Lee, Jack Ketchum or Lovecraft, this is the place to share that love and discuss to your heart's content.
A database for personal encounters with the unknown. We archive non-fiction stories dealing with spirits, paranormal, strange happenings, and unexplained sightings. Think /r/nosleep without the fiction or creative embellishments. Cross-posting, discussions, and open minded skeptical analysis are always welcomed.
So, who likes building teams? Who likes being picked last? Who cares. The idea is simple: The beginning of each month we hold a draft with randomly selected captains. Each team of writers has the rest of the month to develop a story, each member creating two or three paragraphs.