5 Must Read Horror Articles 22 June 2020

Horror Summer Reads

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 select five summer horror books to keep the sunshine away

Theresa DeLucci writes for Tor Nightfire about five perfect horror books to pick up and while away the hours in summer, steering clear of the sunlight, naturally.

LitReactor have some frank and actionable advice on managing social media presence

Keeping up a social media presence is part and parcel of being a writer nowadays, more so if you’re independently publishing or your books are coming through small presses. Sadie Hartmann, aka Mother Horror has some helpful, actionable tips for you in this article for LitReactor.

Dead Head Reviews continue their Pride in Horror Month coverage with this excellent article on anonymous love

Hopeful Science Fiction writer Emry Sunderland writes this article for Dead Head Reviews’ Pride in Horror Month coverage, on how some science fiction shows are tackling on-screen same-gender relationships in a new and interesting way, which bodes well for the future.

Bloody Disgusting consider the post-pandemic horror film landscape and consider a new golden age of slashers

Bloody Disgusting’s Julieann Stipidis imagines the post-pandemic landscape for horror movies and points to some signs it might be ripe for a new golden age of slasher films.

The Gingernuts of Horror’s Horror of Humanity column continues with this incredibly personal essay by writer Claire Fitzpatrick

As part of the Gingernuts of Horror’s excellent, candid article series on mental health, ‘The Horror of Humanity,’ writer Claire Fitzpatrick writes this powerful, personal piece titled ‘When monsters are your friends.’

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