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 find out about the childhood fears of horror writers
- Author Jennifer Fawcett writes for Crime Reads on abandoned spaces
- Author Ahmed Alameen writes for The Ginger Nuts of Horror on reaching rock bottom
- Eric LaRocca addresses the controversies of their recent novella and queer fiction for Seize the Press
- The Horror Tree sit down for an interview with writer and editor Nicole M. Wolverton
Writer Gabino Iglesias rounds up a group of horror writers and quizzes them on what scared them growing up.
Writing for Crime Reads, author Jennifer Fawcett writes about ghosts, liminal spaces and childhood experiences which fed into her novel.
Iraqi horror writer, Ahmed Alameen, explains in this article for The Ginger Nuts of Horror how he reached rock bottom, and ultimately escaped it.
Eric LaRocca addresses the controversies of their recent novella and queer fiction for Seize the Press
Author Eric LaRocca discusses the controversies surrounding Things Have Gotten Worse Since We Last Spoke, and queer fiction more generally, for Seize the Press.
As part of their Women in Horror Month coverage, The Horror Tree sit down for a chat with writer and editor Nicole M. Wolverton.
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