Welcome to Must Read Horror, where we search the internet for the best horror articles of the week. So, without further ado:
- Thomas Ligotti’s Uncanny Horror and the Future of Holocaust Fiction
- The Pathetic Fallacy Made Flesh: Edgar Allan Poe’s “Fall of the House of Usher”
- Love For The Craft: The Weird Tales Of W.H. Pugmire
- Supernaturally Dysfunctional Towns
- Lovecraft Crossovers in Television and Film
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Tablet Mag looks at Penguin’s recent reissue of Thomas Ligotti’s Songs of a Dead Dreamer and the worst case scenarios of the universe.
Over at Tor, Ruthanna Emrys and Anne M. Pillsworth take a look at Poe’s The Fall of the House of Usher.
The Monarch Review explores the weird and wonderful world of Lovecraftian author, WH Pugmire.
Most fictional supernatural events occur in small towns, and in this article, TV.com visits several of them.
Television Crossover Universe explores the many film and TV episodes featuring Lovecraftian elements and allusions to the mythos.
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