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:
- Tor Nightfire have five horror book recommendations for the end of summer
- Tim Waggoner writes for Nightmare Magazine on the rational versus the irrational in horror
- Richard Thomas crystallises what is so vital about a story’s denouement in his latest Storyville piece for LitReactor
- Kendall Reviews talk to photographer and artist Max Stark about his horror author portrait series
- The Gingernuts of Horror interview author B. R. Yeager on his new novel, Negative Space
With summer drawing to a close, Theresa DeLucci chooses five horror novels for Tor Nightfire, perfect to close out the season.
Writing this guest post in Nightmare Magazine, Tim Waggoner, whose writing advice book, Writing in the Dark, lands 16 September, writes on the need for a balance between the rational and irrational to bring out the best in horror.
Richard Thomas crystallises what is so vital about a story’s denouement in his latest Storyville piece for LitReactor
In another hugely valuable Storyville article for LitReactor, Richard Thomas unpacks the elements of the denouement in a story and reveals why it is so important on so many levels.
Photographer and digital artist Max Stark has been making some waves with his stunning composite images of authors like Kealan Patrick Burke, Josh Malerman, John F. D. Taff and others. Here, he talks to Kendall Reviews about how they came to be and his process.
B. R. Yeager sits down with The Gingernuts of Horror to discuss his new novel, Negative Space, and much more besides.
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