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 talk up the new splatterpunks
- Bloody Disgusting pick out the best needle drops in the new season of Stranger Things
- The Ginger Nuts of Horror feature a very personal ‘Horror of Humanity’ feature by writer and publisher Graeme Reynolds
- The Howl Society explain to Tor Nightfire about how anthologies can now get published
- CBC talk to Naben Ruthnum about the transcendence of body horror in Helpmeet
Writer Jay Wilburn, in this article for LitReactor, talks up the writers blazing a trail in the splatterpunk and extreme horror subgenres.
Bloody Disgusting’s Michael Roffman picks out eleven of the best songs from the 80s soundtrack to season four of Stranger Things.
The Ginger Nuts of Horror feature a very personal ‘Horror of Humanity’ feature by writer and publisher Graeme Reynolds
Writer and publisher Graeme Reynolds dig deep into the content of his High Moor trilogy as he examines what it taught him about himself, in this ‘Horror of Humanity’ article for The Ginger Nuts of Horror.
Solomon Forse, founder of the Howl Society, explains to Tor Nightfire their new model for getting exciting anthologies published.
CBC’s Shelagh Rogers sits down with writer Naben Ruthnum to discuss his novella, Helpmeet, and the transcendence of body horror.
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