5 Must Read Horror Articles 20 September 2021

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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:

Tor Nightfire hear from writer Aliya Whiteley on the challenge of compiling a short fiction collection

Aliya Whiteley, whose collection From The Neck Up And Other Stories launched this past week, writes for Tor Nightfire on the unique challenges of compiling a collection.

Kendall Reviews feature a craft article by writer Sheldon Higdon on his tale in a new anthology from Corpus Press

Writer Sheldon Higdon shares this craft article with Kendall Reviews on the unannounced character in his story, ‘And The Winner Is…’, which features in new Corpus Press Anthology In Darkness, Delight: Fear The Future

Horror Oasis select five horror novels prime for a video game adaptation

Author and booktuber Donnie Goodman puts his gamer hat on and looks back at the history of horror novels being adapted for video games, then suggests five more which would be ideal for this treatment in this article for Horror Oasis.

Horrified Magazine feature a fascinating long read on horror and the London Underground

Writer Lauren Jane Barnett examines the relationships between the London Underground and horror, both in film and in life, in this fascinating long read for Horrified Magazine.

Silvia Cantón Rondoni talks to Shirley Jackson and Bram Stoker Award-winning editors Lee Murray and Geneve Flynn about their anthology Black Cranes: Tales of Unquiet Women for the Ginger Nuts of Horror

Silvia Cantón Rondoni sits down with authors and editors Lee Murray and Geneve Flynn to discuss their multiple award-winning anthology Black Cranes: Tales of Unquiet Women, and a whole lot more for the Ginger Nuts of Horror.

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KEV HARRISON

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