Horror & Dark Fantasy

roadseven-nm2

Advertisement

Nonfiction

Author Spotlight

Nonfiction

The H Word: The Rational Vs the Irrational

When I was in first grade—we’re talking 1970 here—I was excited to discover that the high school drama club was going to put on a play called The Ghoul Friend. I was already a dyed-in-the-wool horror geek by this time, and I pestered my parents until they agreed to let me go. I don’t remember much about the plot after all these years, but I remember there were lots of cool monsters . . . and at the end the actors took off their masks to reveal they were all humans in disguise.

Editorial

Editorial: August 2020

Be sure to check out the editorial, where you’ll find a rundown of this month’s content and all our exciting news and updates.

Author Spotlight

Nonfiction

Book Reviews: July 2020

Adam-Troy Castro reviews The Living Dead, a zombie novel written by George A. Romero and Daniel Kraus, and a new short story collection (Why Visit America) by Matthew Baker.

Author Spotlight

Nonfiction

The H Word: Horror in Strange Times

But did I really want to teach a horror class at a time like this? Did my students, who were being abruptly forced to leave campus and move back home, really want to continue to think about Horror as a genre? They would have all sorts of real-life horrors on their mind. Some of them would get sick, some would lose friends and family members. Why study Horror in the face of disaster?

Editorial

Editorial: July 2020

Be sure to check out the editorial for a run-down of this month’s terrific content, plus all our news and updates.

Author Spotlight

Nonfiction

Book Reviews: June 2020

This month Terence Taylor talks about bad women in horror in his reviews of Stephen Graham Jones’s new novel The Only Good Indians and a reprint of Ramsey Campbell’s classic The Wise Friend.