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Editorial: November 2020

Be sure to check out the editorial for a rundown of this month’s chilling content and for all our news and updates.

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Book Review: October 2020

This month Adam-Troy Castro dives into The Best of Michael Marshall Smith, a retrospective of the author’s short fiction. Should you read it? Find out!

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The H Word: An Empathy of Fear

“I think I’m going to faint,” I whispered. My best friend nodded sympathetically, his face radiating concern. “Try not to knock over the popcorn,” he whispered back. We were in a movie theatre, back when one could visit such outlandish things, and the first Saw was playing. I was more terrified than my normal baseline of “extremely” and a loss of consciousness seemed not only likely, but imminent.

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Editorial: October 2020

Be sure to check out the editorial for a rundown of this month’s chilling content and for all our updates.

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Book Reviews: September 2020

This month, Terence Taylor reviews new work from P. Djèlí Clark (Ring Shout) and Sam J. Miller (The Blade Between).

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The H Word: Universal Scare, Local Fear

Nigeria in the ’90s had just bounced back from a bloody civil war, and was attempting to transition from a turbulent period of military rule into a democratic government. This period of huge economic uncertainty, freewheeling oppression and ethnic distrust made it effortless to suspect one’s neighbour—or “village people” in Nigerian parlance—of having an occult hand in one’s degeneration.