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:
- Crime Reads find out why all horror families are horrific
- The Lineup select the nine best podcasts for horror fiction recommendations
- The Ginger Nuts of Horror’s ‘My Life in Horror’ series trains its eye on all things Hellraiser
- Horror DNA suggest ten works of cosmic horror not written by straight white men
- The Horror Tree examine how writers might use ageing or anti-ageing as a theme in horror stories
Horror author Rachel Harrison, ahead of the release of her new novel Black Sheep, explains for Crime Reads about the horrific nature at the heart of all horror families.
Writer and reviewer Janelle Janson, in this article for The Lineup, picks out nine podcasts to help you find your next horror fiction recommendation.
To celebrate the amazing accomplishment of ‘My Life in Horror’ writers Kit Power and George Daniel Lea being asked to do a commentary on Hellraiser 2 for a new box set release, the two writers get together and talk about Barker’s most well-known literary offspring.
Vaughn A. Jackson and Stephanie Pearre, writing for Horror DNA, dig into the canon of cosmic horror and offer up ten suggestions of outstanding books not written by straight white men.
Miles Oliver, in this writing advice article for The Horror Tree, considers how horror writers can use the process of ageing, or anti-ageing as a device in horror stories.
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