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:
- Tor Nightfire speak out in defence of the traumatised women of horror cinema
- Author Jessie Greengrass writes for Lit Hub on why the act of writing is work
- Bloody Disgusting look back one hundred years at The Phantom Carriage and why it is still so haunting
- Richard Thomas looks at short-term writing goals in his Storyville column on LitReactor
- The Veil host this fascinating interview with writer Tananarive Due
Writer Gwendolyn Kiste writes for Tor Nightfire in defence of Wendy, Barbara and all the other traumatised women of horror cinema.
In this excellent advice article, author Jessie Greengrass explains why the very act of writing is work and how important making that distinction can be for your writing career.
Bloody Disgusting look back one hundred years at The Phantom Carriage and why it is still so haunting
Bloody Disgusting’s Meagan Navarro looks back a century at Victor Sjöström’s The Phantom Carriage and explains why it is still such an effective, haunting tale, one hundred years on.
At the start of the new year, Richard Thomas looks at priorities for short-term writing goals, in this excellent advice post from his Storyville series.
The Veil’s James Grainger sits down for this wide ranging interview with writer Tananarive Due.
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