5 Must Read Horror Articles 1 Apr 2019

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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: Morbidly Beautiful run a feature article explaining why Jordan Peele’s focus on black stories is good for horror and cinema in general Ultimate Classic Rock tells the convoluted, true …

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TIH 268: Gabino Iglesias on Puerto Rico, Personal Training, and Writing Stories

TIH 268: Gabino Iglesias on Puerto Rico, Personal Training, and Writing Stories

In this podcast Gabino talks about Puerto Rico, personal training, writing stories, and much more. Gabino Iglesias Gabino Iglesias is a writer, editor, journalist, and book reviewer living in Austin, Texas. He is the author of Coyote Songs, Zero Saints (both from Broken River Books), and Gutmouth (Eraserhead Press). He is the book reviews editor at …

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News Round-up Week Ending 29 March 2019

A Penny For Your Thoughts

Here’s a small selection of the horror and genre news that caught our eye during the last week … New collaborative novel by Robert Ford and Matt Hayward, A Penny For Your Thoughts, available for pre-order now Joe Openshaw is fresh out of prison and trying to turn his life around, avoiding the habits that led …

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Just When You Thought It Was Safe … Don’t Go in The Old Dark House

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Some tropes refuse to die. Already dead, ghosts are in and poised to take the top spot of horror trends, right next to the occult. With Netflix’s The Haunting of Hill House adaptation captivating audiences everywhere, it’s no surprise that creators are taking this time-worn trope and fashioning something new and fresh in ways that …

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Look Out For … Cardinal Black by Robert McCammon

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“Whether he’s writing modern day horror or a supernatural historical chiller, McCammon’s stories grab you by the throat and refuse to let you go.” It’s December 1703 and Berry Grigsby is not herself. Under the spell of Professor Fell’s strange drug experiments, her mind is fragmenting rapidly, her life in imminent danger. Her only path …

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TIH 267: Ray Cluley on Early Life Lessons, Radio Plays, and Biggest Creative Struggles

TIH 267 Ray Cluley on Early Life Lessons, Radio Plays, and Biggest Creative Struggles

In this podcast Ray Cluley talks about early life lessons, radio plays, biggest creative struggles, and much more. Stick around for the Water For Drowning audiobook giveaway and ten-minute preview at the end of the episode. About Ray Cluley Ray Cluley is a British Fantasy Award winner with stories published in various magazines and anthologies. Some of …

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5 Must Read Horror Articles 25 Mar 2019

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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: Screen Rant choose ten psychological horror films to chill you to the bone The Washington Post runs a feature article on horror’s newfound mainstream success by a self-professed scaredy …

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News Round-up Week Ending 22 March 2019

Screechers

Here’s a small selection of the horror and genre news that caught our eye during the last week … New from authors Kevin J. Kennedy and Christina Bergling comes Screechers Released on 6 March, Screechers is a post-apocalyptic novella from Kevin J. Kennedy and Christina Bergling. Featuring a new creature, perfectly evolved for the post-apocalyptic world in …

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TOD 045 Playing in the Dirt with Kristi DeMeester

In this podcast Scott Nicolay interviews Kristi DeMeester, author of Beneath (Word Horde)  and Everything That’s Underneath (Apex), and a The Outer Dark Symposium 2019 guest. The podcast was recorded on Monday March 18, 2019. The Outer Dark Symposium on the Greater Weird is a unique immersive one-day event featuring more than 40 program participants and …

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Look Out For … Sefira & Other Betrayals by John Langan

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“With unforgettable characters facing the most horrifying circumstances, Langan consistently delivers when it comes to nightmarish fiction.” A couple find a cooler on the side of the road, and discover the unearthly contents inside. At a mansion that overlooks the Hudson River, a writer investigates the weird paper balloons that float around the grounds.  A …

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Why I Wrote … The Worst Is Yet to Come by S.P. Miskowski

The Worst is Yet to Come by S.P. Miskowski

  Horror readers should feel right at home with S.P. Miskowski. Author of Knock Knock, Delphine Dodd, Astoria, In the Light (the Skillute series), as well as I Wish I Was Like You ( 2017’s This Is Horror Awards Novel of the Year and the 2017 Charles Dexter Award from Strange Aeons Magazine), her short …

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TIH 266: Ray Cluley on Water For Drowning, Audiobooks, and Movie Sharks

TIH 266 Ray Cluley on Water For Drowning, Audiobooks, and Movie Sharks

In this podcast Ray Cluley talks about Water For Drowning, audiobooks, movie sharks, and much more. About Ray Cluley Ray Cluley is a British Fantasy Award winner with stories published in various magazines and anthologies. Some of these have been republished in ‘best of’ volumes, including Ellen Datlow’s Best Horror of the Year series and …

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5 Must Read Horror Articles 18 Mar 2019

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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: For St. Patricks’ weekend, Bloody Disgusting have selected ten Irish horror movies Ellen Datlow gives Locus Magazine readers the lowdown on what books thrilled her in 2018 FStoppers features …

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News Round-up Week Ending 15 March 2019

Born in Blood

Here’s a small selection of the horror and genre news that caught our eye during the last week … New collection by George Daniel Lea, Born in Blood Volume One, out now from Perpetual Motion Machine Publishing New from George Daniel Lea (Strange Playgrounds) comes a collection of short stories, released through Perpetual Motion Machine Publishing. …

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Look Out For … All My Colors by David Quantick

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“Quantick’s first effort in the horror genre looks to blend Kafka and The Twilight Zone with a revenge novel at turns mind bending and darkly comedic.” The only reason Todd Milstead has any friends is because of his legendary parties. It’s March 1979 in Illinois and Mark is showing off his one redeemable talent—his impressive …

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