TIH 294: Gemma Files on Spectral Evidence, Mortality, and Structuring Short Story Collections

TIH 294 Gemma Files on Spectral Evidence, Mortality, and Structuring Short Story Collections

In this podcast Gemma Files talks about Spectral Evidence, mortality, structuring short story collections, and much more. About Gemma Files Born April 4, 1968, in London, England, Gemma Files is the child of two actors (Elva Mai Hoover and Gary Files) and has lived most of her life in Toronto, Canada. Previously best-known as a …

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5 Must Read Horror Articles 12 August 2019

Toni Morrison

Welcome to Must Read Horror. Last week, we lost one of the most celebrated writers ever, Nobel Prize winner Toni Morrison. Author of Beloved, Song of Solomon, Sula, and The Bluest Eye, among many other works, she often used magic realism, fantasy, and horror to explore the boundaries of human experience in a way that …

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News Round-up Week Ending 9 August 2019

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Here’s a small selection of the horror and genre news that caught our eye during the last week … New from author Gemma Amor, Dear Laura, the new novella, out now From British horror writer Gemma Amor (Cruel Works of Nature, The Nosleep Podcast) comes Dear Laura, a novella. Every year, on her birthday, Laura gets a letter …

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Look Out For … Catfish Lullaby by A.C. Wise

Catfish Lullaby by AC Wise

“Blending folklore and fable, monsters and myth, Wise’s work takes speculative fiction to new heights and extremes.” The town of Louis definitely has its secrets. For years there have been wild rumors of something in the swamp … something unnatural. Several people have even gone missing out there, never to be seen again. A lot …

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TIH 293: Gemma Files on Professional and Personal Changes, Found Footage, and LitReactor

TIH 293 Gemma Files on Professional and Personal Changes, Found Footage, and LitReactor

In this podcast Gemma Files talks about professional and personal changes, found footage, LitReactor, and much more. About Gemma Files Born April 4, 1968, in London, England, Gemma Files is the child of two actors (Elva Mai Hoover and Gary Files) and has lived most of her life in Toronto, Canada. Previously best-known as a …

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5 Must Read Horror Articles 5 August 2019

Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark-Harold

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: Horrornews.net breaks down the Friday the 13th films with an in-depth article series covering every film Bloody Disgusting shines a light on the timeless horror of Scary Stories to …

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News Round-up Week Ending 2 August 2019

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Here’s a small selection of the horror and genre news that caught our eye during the last week … New from T.L. Bodine, River of Souls forthcoming from Trepidatio Publishing The media says Undeath is manageable, a condition controlled with a new drug called Lazarus. Retaining their humanity and able to live happy, somewhat normal …

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TIH 292: Kealan Patrick Burke on We Live Inside Your Eyes, Creating Cover Art, and Whether to Abandon a Story

TIH 292 Kealan Patrick Burke on We Live Inside Your Eyes, Creating Cover Art, and Whether to Abandon a Story

In this podcast Kealan Patrick Burke talks about We Live Inside Your Eyes, creating cover art, whether to abandon a story, and much more. About Kealan Patrick Burke Kealan Patrick Burke’s works include the novels Kin, Currency of Souls, Master of the Moors, and The Hides (Bram Stoker Award nominee), the novellas The Turtle Boy (Bram …

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Look Out For … And Cannot Come Again by Simon Bestwick

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“Themes of childhood memories and innocence lost, at once heartfelt and often as humorous as it is frightening, this collection is a must-have for all horror lovers.”    Tortured children turn to a mysterious urban legend for help. Four childhood friends remember events from a summer long ago, and the return of first love with …

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Why I Wrote … The Dark Game by Jonathan Janz

The Dark Game by Jonathan Janz - cover

  Certainly not a new name in the industry, Jonathan Janz has been steadily building his reputation, and bibliography, consistently delivering bone-chilling horror for nearly a decade. Author of The Sorrows, Dust Devils, Savage Species, Children of the Dark, Exorcist Falls, and most recently, The Siren and The Specter and The Dark Game, Janz has …

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TIH 291: Kealan Patrick Burke on Self vs. Traditional Publishing, Life Lessons, and Stories

TIH 291 Kealan Patrick Burke on Self vs. Traditional Publishing, Life Lessons, and Stories

In this podcast Kealan Patrick Burke talks about self vs. traditional publishing, life lessons, stories, and much more. About Kealan Patrick Burke Kealan Patrick Burke’s works include the novels Kin, Currency of Souls, Master of the Moors, and The Hides (Bram Stoker Award nominee), the novellas The Turtle Boy (Bram Stoker Award Winner, 2004) and …

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5 Must Read Horror Articles 29 July 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: Bloody Disgusting pick out possession horror films that do something new with the trope Betty Rocksteady writes a guest post for the Ladies of Horror Fiction on her Creature …

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News Round-up Week Ending 26 July 2019

To Be Devoured by Sara Tantlinger - cover

Here’s a small selection of the horror and genre news that caught our eye during the last week … New from Bram Stoker Award-winner Sara Tantlinger and Unnerving, To Be Devoured, available for Pre-order now Andi wants to know what carrion tastes like. She watches the vultures outside her home and becomes fascinated to know what …

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TOD 049 Mike Allen: Horror and The Weird

In this podcast The Outer Dark presents Horror and The Weird, a What If… Science Fiction and Fantasy Forum lecture by author/editor/publisher Mike Allen, organized by Library of Congress Professional Association and recorded live at The Library of Congress in Washington, D.C., on Wednesday June 5, 2019. Intro: Mike Allen Mike Allen joins The Outer …

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The Death of Fear: My Bloody Valentine

My Bloody Valentine (1981) is everything you’d expect and want in a slasher. There’s blood, nudity, a younger generation who don’t take a threat seriously, a transgression, a love triangle, a mask, a weapon, and of course, a (sort of) final girl. So why remake it if it’s everything all little slashers grow up wanting …

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