Column by Kleopatra Olympiou July 15, 2022
7 great works of nonfiction by women, for anyone in search of their great next read.
Column by Sadie Hartmann January 17, 2022
Not surprisingly, it's another banger year for horror. Here are some titles you don't want to miss!
Column by Sadie Hartmann November 9, 2020
Seven subtle horror books to satisfy readers who enjoy a quiet, creeping dread—perfect for the coming winter months.
Column by Stephanie M. Wytovich, MFA October 30, 2020
Think poetry is for wimps? These poetry collections are sure to keep you up all night and have you screaming well into the day.
Column by Christopher Shultz
Diversifying your reading list isn't a bragging moment. It's just what you should do.
Interview by Annie Neugebauer February 25, 2020
An interview with Lisa Kröger and Melanie R. Anderson, the authors of 'Monster, She Wrote: The Women Who Pioneered Horror and Speculative Fiction.'
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.
Column by Emmanuel Nataf January 14, 2019
Make it your New Year's Resolution to find and read more books through the literary world's secret weapon: podcasts.
Column by Emmanuel Nataf March 21, 2018
Let’s get a little better acquainted with some of literature's most badass female characters — all written by women.
Column by Annie Neugebauer February 6, 2018
A selection of recommended books and stories to read in celebration of Women in Horror Month.
Column by Susan DeFreitas October 10, 2017
Prepare to be haunted by six of the finest dark fairy tales, by the women who reinvented the form: Angela Carter, A. S. Byatt, Kelly Link, Aimee Bender, Kate Bernheimer, and Karen Joy Fowler.