Column by Sadie Hartmann February 4, 2020
These 13 authors are at the top of their game—fearlessly writing horror fiction, gathering a loyal fanbase, and looking ahead to the future.
Interview by Tyler Jones January 29, 2020
An interview with Paul Tremblay on the craft of writing.
20 Mistakes I Made Writing that You Should Never Do … But I Would Probably Do Again, If I Started All OverColumn by Jay Wilburn
Learn from my mistakes, even if I didn't.
Column by Christopher Shultz January 6, 2020
The Count began life as straight-up bad guy, but now his role in pop-culture is a lot more complicated.
Column by Max Booth III December 29, 2019
2020 might be one of the worst years ever, but at least the horror fiction will be rad.
Column by Christopher Shultz December 6, 2019
Some truly amazing horror has come out of the last ten years. Here are just 20 noteworthy titles.
Column by Max Booth III
Maybe the next season will feature more than one female writer?
Column by Christopher Shultz November 18, 2019
The novella from Stephen King and Joe Hill gets a Netflix original adaptation.
Interview by Christoph Paul November 11, 2019
An interview with Maxwell Bauman, author of "The Anarchist Kosher Cookbook" and "The Mummy of Canaan".
Review by Christopher Shultz
Nicole Cushing's latest work is way more disturbing than anything she's written before.
Column by Fred Venturini October 31, 2019
Fred Venturini selects the essential slasher films: the foundations of the subgenre, the best slasher films of all time, and the "so bad its good" picks to round out your next horror film marathon.
Column by Gabino Iglesias October 30, 2019
There are many reasons why Halloween is the perfect time to be a writer. Here are some hacks to help you maximize the experience.
Column by Christopher Shultz
There are just as many Halloween books as there are movies, but they're not as well known...yet.
Column by Fred Venturini
Freddy. Michael. Jason. How did slasher films dominate the horror genre in the 70's and 80's? Let's examine the rise of the subgenre and it's legacy as pure cinematic experience.
Column by Annie Neugebauer
It’s Halloween. You’re a writer. You're wearing one of eight costumes. Which one are you?
Column by Richard Thomas
How can you find original locations to set your horror stories? Here are a few ideas.
Column by Christopher Shultz
Women writers are carving important narratives out of an exploitative subgenre.
Review by Cina Pelayo
Sociologist Margee Kerr spent years coding responses to the question, What’s your biggest fear?
Column by Jessica Marie Baumgartner
Wishing the master of children's horror a happy birthday.
Column by Gabino Iglesias
There are many movies out there that are awful but contain elements of greatness. Here are ten I would love to see turned into books at the hands of some of my favorite authors.
Column by David James Keaton
"Tales From the Crust: An Anthology of Pizza Horror" is out today, and it is a plague unleashed upon the horror genre. Read the intro, for free, RIGHT HERE!