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- Bloody Disgusting analyse the perpetual relevance of Invasion of the Body Snatchers
- Divination Hollow Reviews have a writing advice column from Weird Fiction author Cat Voleur as part of their pride month coverage
- Horrified Magazine look at the theme of male friendship in Dog Soldiers and The Ritual
- Richard Thomas talks evaluating your manuscript three ways at LitReactor
- Tor Nightfire feature an interview with author Eric LaRocca
Bloody Disgusting’s Brian Keiper looks back at Invasion of the Body Snatchers and why it’s message remains so relevant, sixty-five years on.
Divination Hollow Reviews have a writing advice column from Weird Fiction author Cat Voleur as part of their pride month coverage
Weird fiction writer Cat Voleur writes this guest post for Divination Hollow Reviews as part of their pride month coverage, on how to approach writing more diverse characters and themes.
Emma Platt, writing for Horrified Magazine, looks at the theme of male friendship in horror classic, Dog Soldiers and the recent Netflix adaptation of Adam Nevill’s novel, The Ritual.
Writing for his Storyville column at LitReactor, Richard Thomas offers help in evaluating your manuscript from three different perspectives.
Janelle Janson talks to writer Eric LaRocca for Tor Nightfire on his huge hit novella, Things Have Gotten Worse Since We Last Spoke and much more.
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