Darkly Lit is a monthly podcast that delves into horror literature.
Darkly Lit is a monthly podcast that delves into horror literature. Like an online book club, every 13th we read a different short novel or story. Coming together to discuss it and answer questions about the narrative from our listeners. Read along with Kaela Berry, Jesse "Seid" Reyes, and David King while they try to discover what makes for a scary read.
Meet our Hosts
Podcaster - Host
Kaela Berry hosts the podcast The Artist Tree, where she interviews artists, YouTubers, podcasters, actors, comedians, and other types of creatives, offering advice and ideas on how to become a part of the creative field, as well produce the horror podcast Midnight Marinara, managed by her boyfriend, David King.
She loves reading, especially sci-fi and horror, and even better when it's both, like "Frankenstein" by Mary Shelley, and "I Have No Mouth and I Must Scream" by Harlan Ellison.
Artist - Writer - Podcaster
An avid lover of horror and good stories. Producer and one of the hosts for The Witching Hour Podcast.
While not an heavy reader, I'm eager to take part as producer and join the team of hosts for Darkly Lit.
Recently, got back into doing comics. Have always enjoyed doing assorted crafts. From painting, sewing anything I can get my hands in.
Two of my favorite books are Exquisite Corpse by Poppy Z. Brite and Hero by Perry Moore.
Podcaster - Writer
An avid storyteller his whole life, David got his Creative Writing degree from CSULB in 2012 and has been exploring all kinds of written mediums since. He is the creator and host of both the Midnight Marinara and Undercooked Analysis podcasts.
Favorite Books: American Gods, Something Wickerd This Way Comes
Illustrator - Comic Creator - CCAD Alumna - Horror Enthusiast
Gore-loving artist working their way into comics. Likes rabbits.
Favorite books are Devil all the Time and Watership Down.
As of April 2018, Chelsea choose to resign from her role as one of our hosts. Her company and love for horror will be dearly missed! We're grateful for the insight she shared with us!
Which adaptation of the Haunting of Hill House by Shirley Jackson is your favorite?