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 talk to legendary editor Ellen Datlow on curating horror
- Nightmare Magazine runs a feature article digging into the booming industry for true crime as content
- Horrified Magazine take a deep dive into the great Ramsey Campbell’s burgeoning back catalogue of short fiction
- The Ginger Nuts of Horror offer craft advice for writing historical horror
- Kendall Reviews look back at forgotten eco-horror novel Greener Than You Think
Sadie Hartmann sits down with editor Ellen Datlow for LitReactor and asks about the secrets of curating horror so successfully for so long.
Nightmare Magazine runs a feature article digging into the booming industry for true crime as content
Author and poet Cynthia Pelayo, writing for LitReactor, digs into the hugely popular true crime industry and asks just why it is so addictive.
Horrified Magazine take a deep dive into the great Ramsey Campbell’s burgeoning back catalogue of short fiction
Cultural historian John J Johnston, writing for Horrified Magazine’s weekend of Ramsey Campbell coverage, offers this study into the short fiction of this legend of the genre.
Writer Deborah Sheldon, whose own historical horror novella Man-Beast, is freshly available, offers some writing tips for anyone hoping to write in the historical horror sub-genre.
Writer A. R. Yngve looks back at Ward Moore’s Greener Than You Think for Kendall Reviews and explains why modern readers should dig out this forgotten tome.
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