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- Bloody Disgusting look back at the Fallout series’ post-nuclear monstrosities
- Night Worms feature a guest post by Ronald Kelly on the changes to prose mechanics over the past forty-five years
- Horrified Magazine discuss the genre-bending films of Peter Strickland
- Meghan Ball introduces Tor Nightfire to her love of horror cross stitch
- LitReactor get the scoop on collaborative horror writing from Chad Lutzke and Tim Meyer
Bloody Disgusting’s Luiz H. C. looks back at the Fallout series of videogames, picking up on the horrific post-nuclear monsters which have populated their apocalyptic landscapes.
Night Worms feature a guest post by Ronald Kelly on the changes to prose mechanics over the past forty-five years
Writer Ronald Kelly (Irish Gothic) writes for Night Worms on how the process of getting prose onto the page and into the hands of editors and readers has changed over the past forty-five years.
Critic and filmmaker Graham Williamson, writing for Horrified Magazine, discusses the genre-defying films of Peter Strickland.
For horror lovers seeking new creative pursuits for the new year, Meghan Ball gives Tor Nightfire an introduction to her favourite ‘stabby’ creative pass-time: horror cross stitch.
Fresh from the release of their collaborative novel, Wormwood, from Silver Shamrock Publishing, Chad Lutzke and Tim Meyer give LitReactor and Andrew Fowlow the scoop on their process.
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