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:
- Mark Allen Gunnells talks to Horror Oasis about finding his place in horror
- Kendall Reviews get ten tips on submitting to anthologies from award-winning editor Deborah Sheldon
- Writer Cynthia Pelayo tells Divination Hollow Reviews why art should not be comfortable
- Tor Nightfire pick out six examples of terrifying science fiction novels
- Fellow writer Tyler Jones talks to Gemma Amor in this in-depth interview for LitReactor
Mark Allen Gunnells, author of 2 B writes this personal piece about growing up as a gay horror writer and the journey towards finding his place in the genre.
Deborah Sheldon, Australian Shadows Award-winning editor and celebrated writer, gives Kendall Reviews the inside track, with these ten tips for authors submitting to anthologies.
Cynthia ‘Cina’ Pelayo, author of Children of Chicago, writes this essay for Divination Hollow Reviews on just why art should not be comfortable.
Sam Reader, writing for Tor Nightfire, chooses six terrifying examples of sci-fi horror novels, some of which may have slipped under the radar.
In the latest of his fascinating, in-depth author interview series, Tyler Jones talks to Gemma Amor, writer of Girl on Fire, about the craft of writing and much more.
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