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:
- The Lineup present five LGBTQ+ stories you can read online now
- LitReactor talk to author Alma Katsu about the meeting of personal and historical horror in The Fervor
- Bloody Disgusting compare the underappreciated book of I Know What You Did Last Summer to the film
- Writer and editor Mark Matthews explains to The Ginger Nuts of Horror what he learned editing Orphans of Bliss
- Esquire feature an interview with Paul Tremblay about his new novel, The Pallbearers Club
Pride month might be over, but writer Gwendolyn Kiste has selected five LGBTQ+ stories which are available online for you to read right now.
LitReactor talk to author Alma Katsu about the meeting of personal and historical horror in The Fervor
LitReactor’s Jena Brown sits down with author Alma Katsu and discusses the personal and historical aspects of new novel The Fervor.
Paul Lê, writing for Bloody Disgusting, looks back at 1997 film I Know What You Did Last Summer, and compares it to the Lois Duncan book on which it was based, finding a story that cuts deeper.
Writer and editor Mark Matthews explains to The Ginger Nuts of Horror what he learned editing Orphans of Bliss
With Orphans Of Bliss, the latest in his series of addiction horror anthologies, out now, writer and editor Mark Matthews picks out five things he has learned in the process of editing these books in this article for The Ginger Nuts of Horror.
With his new novel, the Pallbearers Club, out now, Paul Tremblay sits down for a chat with Talking Scared host Neil McRobert to discuss the book and much more, for Esquire.
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