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 explain how using unsettling landscapes can unlock the darkness within the psyche
- Bloody Disgusting analyse the use of the song ‘Red Right Hand’ in the Scream series
- The Lineup recommend six up and coming female horror writers to watch
- Horror legend Jonathan Maberry suggests ways horror authors can use social media to the Horror Writers’ Association
- The Horror Tree talk to author, poet and playwright A. R. James
Author Erica Waters writes this article for Crime Reads on using an unsettling place in fiction to explore the darkness of the human psyche.
Bloody Disgusting’s Paul Farrell looks at the use of the Nick Cave and Bad Seeds song ‘Red Right Hand’ in the Scream franchise and how significant a part it has played.
Writer Gwendolyn Kiste commemorates this year’s Women in Horror Month by suggesting six relative newcomers to the genre, who readers should be excited about in this article for The Lineup.
Horror legend Jonathan Maberry suggests ways horror authors can use social media to the Horror Writers’ Association
In this ‘Nuts and Bolts’ article on the Horror Writers’ Association website, horror legend Jonathan Maberry looks at ways writers can use social media to their advantage.
The Horror Tree’s Corinne Pollard shares this interview with author, poet and playwright A. R. James on the fringes of last month’s Ghost Story Festival, as part of their ongoing coverage of Women in Horror Month.
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