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:
- Bloody Disgusting explain why Marianne is the scariest series yet to grace Netflix
- Cemetery Dance continue with Brian Keene’s history of horror
- Chuck Wendig has some advice, on his blog, to help authors navigate the financial minefields of writing
- Ray Garton writes a guest post for Ink Heist, titled ‘There’s No Such Thing As Monsters’
- Sublime Horror host a fascinating interview with Matt Cardin
Meagan Navarro of Bloody Disgusting talks up Netflix’s new French horror series, Marianne, as the scariest thing the platform has put out to date. Better yet, she does so without many spoilers.
After a hiatus, Brian Keene’s excellent, well-informed ‘History of Horror’ article series returns to Cemetery Dance, this time picking out the first ever horror novel. It’s almost certainly not what you might think.
Chuck Wendig has some advice, on his blog, to help authors navigate the financial minefields of writing
Chuck Wendig’s website, terrible minds, and his blog in particular, are worth reading pretty much every week. This week, though, Chuck has outdone himself with a fantastic advice column on the financial side of writing professionally.
Master of horror, Ray Garton, writes this guest post, titled ‘There’s No Such Thing As Monsters,’ exploring where monster stories come from and the purpose they may have in facing real life monstrosities.
Laura Kemmerer of Sublime Horror talks to Matt Cardin, about his new collection, To Raise Leviathan, but also about religion and so much more.
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