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:
- On her blog, writer Tabatha Wood talks to Hellblazer writer Jamie Delano
- British genre fiction writer, Tim Major gives a revealing insight into the ‘journey’ of his new novel, Snakeskins
- Cinepunx feature an in-depth look at Mike Flanagan’s films, reflecting on his characters’ trauma
- Sublime Horror feature an article on the gothic, by Katariina Kottonen reflecting on a conversation with Professor Nick Groom
- Kendall Reviews continue their Isolation Tales series with ‘ Easter’ by Stephen Volk
In an article originally posted on Kendall Reviews in July 2019, Tabatha Wood shares this fascinating, wide-ranging interview with comic book legend, Jamie Delano.
British genre fiction writer, Tim Major gives a revealing insight into the ‘journey’ of his new novel, Snakeskins
Tim Major (And The House Lights Dim) gives this compelling insight into how his latest novel, Snakeskins, came about and was eventually picked up for release, giving an unedited glimpse into the writer’s life.
Justin Lore of Cinepunx dedicates his ‘This Justin’ column to the cinematic catalogue of Mike Flanagan and hones in on the director’s use of past trauma in his characters.
Sublime Horror feature an article on the gothic, by Katariina Kottonen reflecting on a conversation with Professor Nick Groom
Sublime Horror’s Katariina Kottonen writes this essay on the gothic, reflecting on an initial conversation with Professor Nick Groom in 2017.
In keeping with the season, Kendall Reviews’ Isolation Tales series continues with a short story, ‘Easter’ by none other than Stephen Volk (The Dark Masters Trilogy).
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