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:
- Tor Nightfire talk to Eden Royce about root magic, southern gothic and black horror
- The Gingernuts of Horror present Tony Jones final thoughts on his top 100 YA horrors of the last decade
- Blood Disgusting ponder the evolution of The Wolf Man in Universal’s planned revival of the iconic figure
- LitReactor suggest eight female booktubers we should all be following
- Mark Allan Gunnells takes up his role as the warden for Kendall Reviews’ Graveyard Shift
Tonia Ransom, writing for Tor Nightfire, talks to author Eden Royce (Spook Lights) about southern gothic, her forthcoming middle grade novel, Root Magic and black horror.
The Gingernuts of Horror present Tony Jones final thoughts on his top 100 YA horrors of the last decade
This article of final thoughts muses on the highlights of the list, presented over the past few weeks, and compiled by one of the authorities in YA horror fiction. Read this, and then choose some reading material for the young adults in your life.
Blood Disgusting ponder the evolution of The Wolf Man in Universal’s planned revival of the iconic figure
Bloody Disgusting’s Meagan Navarro takes a deep dive into the tragic history of the wolfman, ahead of a mooted revival for the figure as part of Universal’s reimagined monsters series.
Sadie Hartmann, aka Mother Horror, picks out eight female booktubers, each with their own style and unique approach to the artform, in this article for LitReactor.
To celebrate the launch of his new book, 324 Abercorn, released through Crystal Lake Publishing, Mark Allan Gunnells signs on for Kendall Reviews’ Graveyard Shift.
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