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- Bloody Disgusting look at terrifying examples of mermaids in horror
- LitReactor feature a round table with LatinX authors of horror and dark fiction
- Horror Oasis feature an homage to Beetlejuice and what the film can teach us about horror
- Lit Hub recount the real life haunting of a London suburb in the late 1930s
- Kendall Reviews talk to writer Steve Toase about his new collection
Meagan Navarro picks out a huge list of horrors featuring mermaids, focussing on just what makes them so terrifying in each instance.
With LatinX communities being hugely diverse in their make up, author Cynthia ‘Cina’ Pelayo curates this round table discussion for LitReactor, speaking to five different LatinX authors, exploring their different styles and approaches.
Writer Kyle Winkler explains what he learned about horror from the classic film, Beetlejuice, and why it still informs his perspectives today.
Writer Kate Summerscale recounts the real life haunting of a house in Thornton Heath, a suburb of south east London, tackled by 1930s paranormal investigator Nandor Fodor.
With the release of his hotly-anticipated new collection, To Drown in Dark Water, just around the corner, Kendall Reviews talk to Steve Toase about the book and much more besides.
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