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:
- LitReactor offer writing advice on why choosing a specific time period is great for your fiction
- Crime Reads share an essay on brujeria and slaying demons on the page
- Bloody Disgusting suggest six underseen horror TV series for you to binge over Halloween month
- The Gingernuts of Horror look at Clive Barker as a pioneer in horror for his birthday week
- The Horror Tree talk to author Damon Barret Roe on forthcoming magazine The Crow’s Quill
Peter Derk, writing for LitReactor, points out the reasons choosing a time period as part of your setting might be great for your fiction.
Jennifer Givhan, author of River Woman, River Demon, writes this essay for Crime Reads on harnessing brujeria, and slaying demons on the page.
Bloody Disgusting’s Luiz H. C. trawls through the best, little-known horror TV and selects these six series for you to binge over Halloween month.
Author Mark Allan Gunnells writes this personal article on what the pioneering fiction of Clive Barker meant to him and what huge changes Barker’s fiction made for queer horror fans and creators.
The Horror Tree’s Lauren McMenemy talks to author and editor Damon Barret Roe about the forthcoming magazine The Crow’s Quill, gothic fiction, and much more.
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