Join author and iconoclast Chiwan Choi as he interviews up and coming horror writers and historians about their most haunting experiences, paranormal influences, and inspirations from around the world.
Chiwan Choi is a poet, writer, publisher and lifelong seer of ghosts. He is the author of three full length books of poetry – The Flood (Tia Chucha Press, 2010), and the Daughter Trilogy, three books that explore his lost daughter as ghost: Abductions (Writ Large Press, 2012), The Yellow House (CCM, 2017), and the forthcoming My Name Is Wolf (Summer 2021) – and multiple poetry chapbooks, including Time Out of Space and lo/fidelity lovesongs. He wrote, presented, and destroyed the novel Ghostmaker throughout the course of 2015, as part of his ongoing examination on the meaning of a book, of conjuring and nurturing of ghosts. Chiwan has published his poetry, fiction and essays in numerous journals and magazines, including The New York Times Magazine, ONTHEBUS, Poem-A-Day and many other publications. Chiwan has been the subject of features on KCET, LA Weekly, Cosmonaut Magazine. and OTHRPPL. He was even a librettist for the opera Songs and Dances of Imaginary Lands, produced by Overtone Industries. He is also working on a new podcast called Are You There, Ghost? It’s Me, Chiwan. Chiwan currently splits his time between Los Angeles and Pittsburgh with his wife.