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:
- Crime Reads decolonise the gothic and untangle the genre from its perceived westernness
- The Lineup select nine pulse pounding horror romance reads
- Nerd Daily feature an in-depth long read by author Ally Wilkes on imperial cannibals
- The Ginger Nuts of Horror celebrate writer William Meikle’s birthday with a list of his top books
- Bloody Disgusting look back ten years to the first season of True Detective
South African writer Shubnum Khan writes this essay for Crime Reads on the universal nature of the themes of the gothic and helps to decolonise the genre.
The Lineup’s Kelsey Christine McConnell selects nine horror romance reads to set your pulse racing this winter.
With her second historic polar horror, Where the Dead Wait, fresh on the shelves, author Ally Wilkes writes this in-depth article for Nerd Daily on the themes of greed, hunger and empire.
For horror writer William Meikle’s birthday, The Ginger Nuts of Horror delve into his back catalogue and select the best of his works.
With the fourth season of True Detective on our screens now, Bloody Disgusting’s Luiz H. C. looks back ten years at the original series and it’s uniquely grounded brand of cosmic horror.
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