5 Must Read Horror Articles 12 October 2020


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:

Writer David Quantick explains the blurred line between comedy and horror to Tor Nightfire

David Quantick, author of Night Train, writes this guest post for Tor Nightfire, sharing his belief that the genres of horror and comedy are close stablemates.

Steve Stred Begins a new feature called ‘Books from the Crypt’ at Kendall Reviews

As well as being a prolific writer, Steve Stred is a prolific reader, racking up more than 500 reads in the past two years. Hence his new feature series at Kendall Reviews, ‘Books from the Crypt’ in which he will select three standout books from his reading pile to shout about every couple of weeks, starting now.

LitReactor’s  latest Storyville article by Richard Thomas focusses on collaboration in fiction

Richard Thomas’ Storyville articles at LitReactor are always worth checking out and this one on writing fiction in collaboration seems timely, as it coincides with the announcement of They’re Watching, written collaboratively by This is Horror’s Michael David Wilson and Bob Pastorella.

The Gingernuts of Horror feature this guest post by Cynthia Pelayo on the making of a horror writer

In this deeply personal post on her path to becoming a horror writer, Cynthia ‘Cina’ Pelayo, author of Into the Forest and All the Way Through, shows just one of the many unconventional paths to becoming a writer.

Night Worms’ Ben Long sits down for a chat with Scott J Moses, author of new collection Hunger Pangs

Night Worms’ blog this week features an interview with Hunger Pangs author Scott J, Moses, discussing what brought about the collection and much more.

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