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 talk to Kathe Koja about her favourite genre-defying tales of terror
- Gwendolyn Kiste writes for Nightmare Magazine’s ‘The H-word’ on the horror of solitude
- Curious Fictions feature a free-to-read story from Alan Baxter
- LitReactor feature an in-depth article on trigger warnings in horror
- Author, editor, reviewer and blogger, Kari J. Wolfe features a fascinating interview with author and anthologist Michael Bailey
Kathe Koja, author of The Cipher and her new collection, Velocities, talks to The Lineup and chooses five titles usually not considered horror, but whose contents guarantee terror of the highest order.
With much of the world now measuring their time in some sort of lockdown or stay at home order in the months, Gwendolyn Kiste writes for Nightmare Magazine’s ‘The H-word’ column on the horrors of solitude.
On his Curious Fictions page, Alan Baxter (Devouring Dark, Served Cold) shares a story called ‘Deep Sea Fishing’, free for his readers.
Max Booth III writes for LitReactor on trigger warnings in horror fiction, discussing how he first came to consider them and why they might be important for some readers.
Author, editor, reviewer and blogger, Kari J. Wolfe features a fascinating interview with author and anthologist Michael Bailey
Hot on the heels of releasing Miscreations, co-edited with Doug Murano, Michael Bailey of Written Backwards sits down with author, editor and blogger Kari J. Wolfe for this wide-ranging interview on the mechanics of creating an anthology.