Welcome to Must Read Horror, where we search the internet for the best horror articles of the week so you don’t have to. Without further ado:
- Author Penny Goetjen recounts encounters with supernatural characters from the past at Crime Reads
- The Horror Tree’s Brain Babies series looks at the pigeonholing of writers
- Tor Nightfire study the past and promising future of found footage horror novels
- LitReactor feature a craft article on writing without an outline
- LitHub present an interview with authors Sarah Gailey and T. Kingfisher on haunted houses, fungi and the stories non-binary people deserve
Penny Goetjen, author of The Woman Underwater, shares some personal experiences of supernatural experiences in this article for Crime Reads.
In this latest episode of Brain Babies series at The Horror Tree, Ken MacGregor considers the pigeonholing of writers and the will to read and write outside of one’s usual genre.
Author and science communicator Nina Nesseth looks back at the rich past of found footage horror novels and considers their bright future in this article for Tor Nightfire.
Fresh from the release of his novel, The Autodidacts, author Thomas Kendall writes this craft article for LitReactor on writing without an outline.
LitHub present an interview with authors Sarah Gailey and T. Kingfisher on haunted houses, fungi and the stories non-binary people deserve
Available both in text and audio, as part of the Tor Presents: Voyage Into Genre series, Lit Hub talk to authors Sarah Gailey and T. Kingfisher on hauntings, fungi, and the stories non-binary folks deserve.
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