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- Bloody Disgusting step back to suggest how the Silent Hill franchise might move forward
- Author Cina Pelayo writes for LitReactor on managing a professional social media presence
- Tor Nightfire describe when history is horror and horror is history
- Fright Girl Autumn present an excerpt from Joanna Koch’s new release, The Wingspan of Severed Hands
- Kendall Reviews talk to writer Nick Stead about all things werewolf-related and more besides
SPOILERS: Kyle Campbell looks first at the great triumph of Silent Hill 2, but then at how it has handicapped the subsequent titles in the series, suggesting a path for it to move onward.
Cynthia (Cina) Pelayo, author of several novels and recent poetry collection, Into the Forest And All The Way Through, writes for LitReactor on the quandary of managing a professional social media presence, focussing on how much personal detail to share, how to maintain a private self, and more.
Writer Errick Nunnally looks back at how some horrifying historic events may have spurred some of horror’s most popular sub-genres.
After being nominated for a Shirley Jackson award for their release, The Couvade in 2019, Joanna Koch returns with The Wingspan of Severed Hands. But, thanks to the team at Fright Girl Autumn, you can check out an excerpt, right now.
Horror writer Nick Stead sits down with Kendall Reviews to talk about his recent re-released, extended novel, Hybrid, his love of werewolves and much more.
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