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 pick out five speculative stories with unusual formats
- The Conversation looks at Netflix’s All Of Us Are Dead and considers zombies and social allegory
- Writer Paul Kane talks up May’s Chillercon UK event in Scarborough at The Ginger Nuts of Horror
- Horror DNA pick out six or seven road trip stories which will haunt your dreams
- Cindy O’Quinn and Stephanie Ellis sit down with Kendall Reviews to talk about their found poetry collection, Foundlings
Author and poet Sara Tantlinger, writing for LitReactor, selects five examples of speculative stories with unusual formats, commenting on what writers can learn from these creative pieces.
Academic Naja Later considers the role of zombies in film as tools of social allegory, zeroing in on Netflix’s recent Korean series, All Of Us Are Dead, in this long read for The Conversation.
With Chillercon UK now just two months away, writer Paul Kane explains to The Ginger Nuts of Horror why Scarborough was chosen as the venue and highlights some of the guests of honour at the event.
Author Matthew Lyons selects six (or seven) terrifying road trip stories, in film, book and audio formats, for Horror DNA.
Cindy O’Quinn and Stephanie Ellis sit down with Kendall Reviews to talk about their found poetry collection, Foundlings
Writer, poet and editor Lee Murray asks the questions for Kendall Reviews in this interview with Cindy O’Quinn and Stephanie Ellis about their new found poetry collection, Foundlings.
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