In 1968, an American Independent Horror Film directed by George A. Romero forever scarred audiences with visions of zombies shambling across the silver screen. Who would've known then the "undying" love of these creatures would continue to breathe until present day? One of the best memories of Halloween for me was recreating monsters portrayed on … Continue reading Zombies, Night of the Living Dead, and other things that go “bump”
Last week we delved into the many reasons why I felt women were a minority in the Horror genre. This week I'd like to continue with Part 2. Why am I starting with this now, when Women in Horror month isn't until February? Oh, it's simple. February, is the shortest month of the year, for … Continue reading Women in Horror – I’m Not Bitter, I’m Sexy
Every year in February we celebrate "Women in Horror" and the question comes up about whether there is sexism in the horror genre. In interviews, I get asked if I feel it is harder for women in horror than it is for men. Today, I'd like to discuss this and give my thoughts, and I'd … Continue reading Female Horror Writers (Women in Horror)
HorrorAddicts.net Press presents… Clockwork Wonderland. Clockwork Wonderland contains stories from authors that see Wonderland as a place of horror where anything can happen and time runs amok. In this book you’ll find tales of murderous clockworks, insane creations, serial killers, zombies, and a blood thirsty jabberclocky. Prepare to see Wonderland as a place where all … Continue reading Guest Blog: Clock Work and HorrorAddicts.net
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- How to build your brand
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- What to look for in a publisher
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Horror Is At It’s Best When…. by Mark Matthews, editor and contributing author to “Garden of Fiends” Horror is at its best when it reveals a larger truth about the world we live in. Either through metaphor (ex: Godzilla as the atom bomb, The Blob as communism) or simply through shining the light in the … Continue reading Guest Blog: Mark Matthews
Horror authors aren’t real authors. Are they? By Stuart R Brogan Having spent the last few years concentrating on my non-fiction, Heathen and Pagan works, it was time to take the tentative, yet exciting steps towards writing my debut horror / thriller. Something I had been eager to do for a very long time. As … Continue reading GUEST BLOG! Stuart R. Brogan!