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 suggest five queer horror books for pride month and beyond
- The Horror Tree offer tips on crafting great dialogue in horror stories
- Crime Reads compare current trans hysteria with the classic Jekyll and Hyde
- LitReactor’s Storyville considers the pros and cons of the prologue
- The Ginger Nuts of Horror talk to Michael Wehunt about his new collection, The Inconsolables
Author Gwendolyn Kiste lines up five of the best recent releases in queer horror for readers to grab during pride month in this article for The Lineup.
In this craft advice article The Horror Tree offer advice on ditching dreadful dialogue and making sure the conversations in your horror stories work.
Author and professor Jill Dearman, writing for Crime Reads, compares the current atmosphere of trans hysteria to Jekyll and Hyde.
In his latest Storyville article for LitReactor, author, editor and teacher Richard Thomas takes a balanced look at the hotly debated topic of the prologue, considering what they should, can and shouldn’t do, and more.
Author Michael Botur continues his excellent interview series for The Ginger Nuts of Horror with an in-depth conversation with author Michael Wehunt, fresh from the launch of his new collection, The Inconsolables.
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