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:
- Horror Oasis talk writing craft and specifically writing from multiple perspectives in one story
- Lit Hub recommend six novels set in abandoned places
- Dread Central look back at the highly effective soundtrack of cult zombie film 28 Days Later
- Richard Thomas looks at setting and expanding expectations in your fiction for LitReactor
- Tor Nightfire sit down with writer India Hill Brown to talk The Forgotten Girl and The Girl in the Lake
Writer Mark Allan Gunnells writes this craft piece for Horror Oasis on the challenges of writing from a number of perspectives in one story.
Author John Searles selects six novels after his own heart in choosing abandoned places as their setting, including work by Stephen King, Peter Straub, Jeff Vandermeer, and others.
Dread Central’s R. C. Jara analyses the highly effective Godspeed You! Black Emperor soundtrack to the cult zombie film 28 Days Later.
In his latest Storyville craft article for LitReactor, writer Richard Thomas digs into the setting and expanding of expectations in your fiction.
Tor Nightfire sit down with writer India Hill Brown to talk The Forgotten Girl and The Girl in the Lake
Tor Nightfire’s Tyhitia Green sits down with writer India Hill Brown to talk about her two middle grade novels and the ghosts of segregation.
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