- Bloody Disgusting commemorate forty years of John Carpenter’s The Fog, with this editorial
- Nico Bell features an interview with the ever-fascinating Tracey Fahey on folk horror and much more
- Latinx author V. Castro writes for the Ladies of Horror Fiction on marginalised writers attempting to find space in the industry
- Ink Heist continue their exclusive fiction series with a piece by none other than Philip Fracassi
- Kendall Reviews begin their new series, ‘The Graveyard Shift,’ with legendary writer Stephen Volk
Forty years on from its original release, Meagan Navarro writes for Bloody Disgusting on the nautical ghost story that was John Carpenter’s The Fog.
Horror author Nico Bell continues her excellent author interview series with this chat with Tracey Fahey. They discuss Tracey’s collection, The Unheimlich Manoeuvre, and its forthcoming special edition, her connection to gothic and folk horror traditions and more besides.
Latinx author V. Castro writes for the Ladies of Horror Fiction on marginalised writers attempting to find space in the industry
In this Women in Horror Month guest article, author V. Castro (Maria The Wanted and the Legacy of the Keepers) writes on the experience of being a part of a marginalised group and how difficult it still is to get a seat at the table or a sip from the Devil’s cup.
After featuring pieces by the likes of John F. D. Taff, Cina Pelayo and more, Ink Heist continue to set the bar unbelievably high with this new piece of original fiction, ‘Home Again,’ by Philip Fracassi (Behold the Void).
Kenall Reviews begin their new series, ‘The Graveyard Shift’ – essentially a horror-tinged version of desert island discs, only in a graveyard and with books – with the legendary writer and screenwriter, Stephen Volk.
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