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 Portalist suggest eight underappreciated horror novels by women authors
- Morbidly Beautiful presents an essay on surviving trauma through horror
- Author Gemma Amor shares her experience of writing a first full novel
- Kendall Reviews find out from writer Zachary Ashford why Frankenstein remains his favourite horror novel
- The Gingernuts of Horror feature an article on the long awaited Creepshow TV series and its origins
Emily Hughes, writing for The Portalist, suggests eight horror novels by women which she feels have been underappreciated, even if many of them have been celebrate on This is Horror.
Morbidly Beautiful’s Jamie Alvey writes this deeply personal account of trauma and how, through consuming horror, that trauma was overcome.
Having already written a novella, a short story collection and co-written a podcast over the last year or so, author Gemma Amor (Dear Laura) writes on her blog about the experience of writing her first full length novel.
Kendall Reviews find out from writer Zachary Ashford why Frankenstein remains his favourite horror novel
As part of their series on authors waxing lyrical about their favourite horror novels, Kendall Reviews talk to Zachary Ashford (Sole Survivor) about Frankenstein, Mary Shelley’s seminal work.
David Court writes for the Gingernuts of Horror on the original Creepshow, its origins and the long pathway to the series which has recently begun to air on Shudder.
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