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:
- The Big Think look back at the origin of horror and, specifically, ghost stories
- LitReactor tell writers to value their work
- Crime Reads offer up five examples of chilling folk horror literature
- Tor Nightfire announce Gwendolyn Kiste’s Reluctant Immortals and include an excerpt of the new novel
- The Night Worms talk to writers Beverley Lee and Nicole Eigener about their fictional vampires
Tim Brinkhof, writing for The Big Think, looks back at the origins of literary horror, focussing in on early ghost stories.
In the first of a two-part article writer Todd Keisling (Devil’s Creek), explains why writers should value their work and looks at malpractice within the publishing industry which makes this more difficult.
Author Tom Cox (Help The Witch) selects five of his favourite folk horror reads and shares them with Crime Reads for this listicle.
Tor Nightfire announce Gwendolyn Kiste’s Reluctant Immortals and include an excerpt of the new novel
With Gwendolyn Kiste’s new historical horror novel coming August 2022 from Tor Nightfire, they share the lowdown on Reluctant Immortals and include an excerpt to whet readers’ appetites.
The Night Worms sit down with Beverley Lee and Nicole Eigener to talk about the Gabriel Davenport trilogy and Beguiled By Night: A Vampire Tale.
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