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:
- LitReactor talk to writer Catriona Ward about her new novel Sundial and much more
- Horror DNA offer a look back at some standout horror fiction releases from 2021
- Dread Central consider Charles Bernstein’s evocative soundtrack for the film adaptation of Cujo
- The Horror Tree offer up advice on how to squirrel away time for your writing when life is busy
- Tor Nightfire’s Horror is Metal series digs into the electronic era of synthwave
Jena Brown, writing for LitReactor, sits down with Catriona Ward to discuss her new novel, Sundial, her writing routines and much more besides.
With the first quarter of 2022 now past, writer and poet Shane D. Keene glances back at the outstanding horror fiction releases of 2021 and shares them here with Horror DNA.
Dread Central’s Rachel Reeves writes for her regular Terror on the Turntable about the impact of the evocative Charles Bernstein score for the 1983 adaptation of Stephen King’s Cujo.
The Horror Tree’s Stuart Conover is no stranger to shortages of time. Working a day job, running The Horror Tree and trying to write his own fiction means he is busy. In this article, he shares some wisdom on how to secure time for your writing, no matter how hectic your schedule.
Meghan Ball’s Horror is Metal series continues over at Tor Nightfire, this time digging into the electronic genre of synthwave.
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