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 explain why the suburbs are so very frightening
- Writer C. C. Adams takes up his shift in the Kendall Reviews graveyard
- Hellhound Magazine list ten queer horror writers and anthologies worthy of your support
- Horrified Magazine continue their look at horror in britcom with an in-depth article on Alan Partridge
- The Ginger Nuts of Horror interview writer John Connolly
Writer Aggie Blum Thompson, writing for Crime Reads, writes on the horrors lurking in the suburbs, making them ripe settings for dark fiction.
This week in Kendall Reviews graveyard, writer C. C. Adams (There Goes Pretty) is on watch, selecting books, music and a luxury item to keep him company.
Yvonne Miller aka the Coy Caterpillar, selects ten queer horror writers and anthologies to throw your support behind as pride month ends for another year.
Horrified Magazine continue their look at horror in britcom with an in-depth article on Alan Partridge
Author A. J. Black digs into the British comedy character Alan Partridge to find the seeds of folk horror sewn throughout the character’s various series, as part of Horrified Magazine’s ‘Horror in the Britcom’ series.
Ahead of the forthcoming release of The Nameless Ones The Ginger Nuts of Horror sit down with writer John Connolly to discuss the sprawling Charlie Parker series and more.
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