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:
- The Lineup select the best debut horror novels of 2022
- Cemetery Dance delve into the Night Time Logic of writer James Everington
- Crime Reads host a round table discussion on British short horror fiction
- The Ginger Nuts of Horror consider the human condition’s difficulties with confrontation
- Lindy Ryan sits down with LitReactor to talk about new anthology Into The Forest and finding inspiration
Writer Brian Asman sifts through this year’s horror novel releases to find the best debuts of 2022 in this article for The Lineup.
In this article for Cemetery Dance, writers Daniel Braum and James Everington discuss the latter’s strange fiction and a sea-side anthology project.
Editor Molly Odintz curates this round table discussion with some of the contributors to Flame Tree Press’ new anthology, Close to Midnight (edited by Mark Morris), in which they cover current trends in the British horror scene and particularly short fiction.
Writer Yvonne Miller looks at recent Danish horror film, Speak No Evil, and considers the tremendous difficulty of the human condition when faced with confrontation in this article for The Ginger Nuts of Horror.
Lindy Ryan sits down with LitReactor to talk about new anthology Into The Forest and finding inspiration
Authors and editors Lindy Ryan and Sara Tantlinger sit down to discuss the former’s new Baba Yaga-themed anthology, Into the Forest, and finding inspiration for stories all around us, in this fascinating interview for LitReactor.
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