Via charles french words reading and writing-Death, Disease & Pandemic: How Horror Writers of the Past Translated Illness (Part 1- Bram Stoker & the Rise of the Vampire)

Originally posted on Zombie Salmon (the Horror Continues): It should seem obvious: death is that “thing” behind the “fear” that Lovecraft used to define our genre. Yet for the most part, Horror writers seem to prefer the more visceral kinds of death – the vainglorious, the heroic, the tragic – death that glorifies the person…

via Death, Disease & Pandemic: How Horror Writers of the Past Translated Illness (Part 1- Bram Stoker & the Rise of the Vampire) — charles french words reading and writing

Via Horror Writers Association Blog-Winners-Bram Stoker Awards®

The Horror Writers Association (HWA), the premier organization of writers and publishers of horror and dark fantasy, announces this year’s Bram Stoker Awards® winners after a ceremony held via Live Stream. “This year’s winners reflect a great showing of impressive works from a wide range of competitive finalists,” said John Palisano, HWA President. “This year’s…

via Winners — Bram Stoker Awards® — Horror Writers Association Blog

Via Deadline-‘Baby Teeth’: Village Roadshow & Valparaiso Pictures Bite Into Zoje Stage’s Bestseller

EXCLUSIVE: Village Roadshow and Valparaiso Pictures will partner on a film adaptation of Zoje Stage’s bestselling 2018 novel Baby Teeth from St. Martins Press. Screenwriter Nina Baker will adapt. The female-driven psychological horror project is described as The Bad Seed meets Gone Girl meets The Omen. In the book, 7-year-old Hanna looks sweet in the eyes of her adoring father […]

via ‘Baby Teeth’: Village Roadshow & Valparaiso Pictures Bite Into Zoje Stage’s Bestseller — Deadline

Via Halloween Eddie-Horror Espresso Episode #1: Ice Crystals

If you don’t subscribe to my channel or any of my social media, I just announced that I will be doing audio stories for my horror flash fiction. These audio stories will go under the name of Horror Espresso because, you know, espresso shot? It’s just a shot? Yeah. So every other day I will […]

via Horror Espresso Episode #1: Ice Crystals — Halloween Eddie

via Too Much Horror Fiction – RIP Jack Ketchum (1946-2018)

Sad news: renowned horror writer Jack Ketchum (pseudonym of Dallas Mayr) has died today at age 71. Two of his novels, Off Season (1981) and The Girl Next Door (1989), remain two of the most effective examples of the genre I can imagine. He remained prolific and gained quite a reputation in the 21st century…

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