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:
- Bloody Disgusting look back at the 2016 literary horror mash-up, Pride and Prejudice and Zombies
- Tor Nightfire examine the concepts of fandom and parasocial delusion
- Crime Reads wonder what our dystopias say about us
- Author and Editor Mark Matthews writes for The Horror Writers’ Association for National Recovery Month
- The Horror Tree feature a wide ranging interview with Richard Thomas
Bloody Disgusting’s Luiz H. C. looks back at the 2016 film adaptation of Pride and Prejudice and Zombies and wonders whether its pulpy thrills were underrated.
Author Meg Elison, fresh from the release of her latest novel, Number One Fan, considers the concepts of fandom and parasocial delusion in this essay for Tor Nightfire.
Writer C. J. Carey, in this article for Crime Reads, wonders about what our dystopias say about us, and considers how to term a dystopia is no longer in the realm of the imaginary.
Author and Editor Mark Matthews writes for The Horror Writers’ Association for National Recovery Month
In this personal essay for The Horror Writers’ Association’s Wellness Committee, writer and editor Mark Matthews talks addiction and recovery, and what they mean for horror writers.
The Horror Tree’s Jacque Day sits down for a wide ranging chat with award-winning writer, editor and writing instructor Richard Thomas about his recent collection, Spontaneous Human Combustion and much more besides.
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