“The Final Girl is the Vessel We Keep Our Hope In”: Interviewing Stephen Graham Jones

My Heart is a Chainsaw author Stephen Graham Jones stops by to talk writing excuses, sharp objects, and final girls in this new interview. […]

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September 15, 2021 Books

David Liss Talks Victorian Magic, Terrifying Rabbits, and The Peculiarities

David Liss, author of The Peculiarities, talks research, fear of change, and bunnies in a new interview. […]

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September 14, 2021 Books

Pride Rising: Eric LaRocca on Identity, Fearlessness, and Horror as Queer Comfort

Rising star Eric LaRocca talks to us about queer horror, the wild days of the early internet, and his latest novella, Things Have Gotten Worse Since We Last Spoke. […]

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June 23, 2021 Books

Paul Tremblay on Putting Story First, Writing Atmosphere, and His New Novel

Survivor Song author Paul Tremblay talks about his relationship to horror, his least favorite horror subgenre, and his new book in this exclusive interview. […]

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June 14, 2021 Books

The Beauty of the Macabre: Interviewing Crystal Connor, A Trusted Name in Terror

Author Crystal Connor talks about being over zombies, writing horror for both kids and adults, and finding horror in the Bible. […]

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February 26, 2021 Books

Editor, Producer, and Writer Tonia Ransom Shines a Nightlight on Black Horror

Tonia Ransom talks about the Nightlight podcast, lifting up other Black writers, and her own writing journey. […]

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February 25, 2021 Books, Miscellaneous

The Heartbeat of Horror: Interviewing Cassandra Khaw

Cassandra Khaw, author of Nothing But Blackened Teeth and The All-Consuming World, talks about their horror influences, writing style, and new projects. […]

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February 22, 2021 Books

Interviewing Ellen Datlow, the Doyenne of Short Horror Fiction

We caught up with legendary horror editor Ellen Datlow about her storied career, current trends, and upcoming projects. […]

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February 9, 2021 Books

On Being the Other in an Outsider Genre: Interviewing Chesya Burke

This Women in Horror Month, we spoke to horror author and academic Chesya Burke talks Black horror, Octavia Butler, and writing rituals. […]

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February 8, 2021 Books

Ania Ahlborn Would Like You to Ouija Responsibly

For Women in Horror Month, we talked to Ania Ahlborn, author of If You See Her and more, about teaching, inspiration, typewriters, and Ouija boards. […]

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February 3, 2021 Books

Slasher in the Rye: Adam Cesare Talks Clown in a Cornfield

Adam Cesare talks about his debut YA horror novel Clown in a Cornfield, growing up on horror movies, and what makes a slasher a slasher. […]

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August 26, 2020 Books

John Hornor Jacobs Talks Murder Ballads and Other Horrific Topics

Author John Hornor Jacobs talks cosmic horror, writing standalone stories in a shared universe, and his new collection, Murder Ballads and Other Horrific Tales. […]

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July 27, 2020 Books

Eden Royce Talks Root Magic, Southern Gothic, and Black Horror

In our interview with Eden Royce, the author talks about what horror should do, how it builds empathy, and the myth of the monolithic Black experience. […]

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July 10, 2020 Books

Friday Night Frights: Interviewing John Fram About The Bright Lands

John Fram talks about his debut horror-mystery novel The Bright Lands, how to keep your main character separate from yourself, & that “Stephen Queen” nickname. […]

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July 6, 2020 Books

Timely Terror: Interviewing The Loop Author Jeremy Robert Johnson

Author Jeremy Robert Johnson talks about the future of his previous fiction, sensory deprivation tanks, and his timely new novel, The Loop. […]

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June 22, 2020 Books

Hereditary Horror: Interviewing Danielle Trussoni About The Ancestor

Sadie Hartmann interviews horror author and reviewer Danielle Trussoni about her new novel The Ancestor, genetic inheritance, and horror in horrifying times. […]

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April 9, 2020 Books