SIX HORROR TALES OF ARTHUR MACHEN

Born in Wales in 1863, Arthur Machen went on to become an acclaimed writer. His stories have proven highly influential down the decades, especially to prominent horror and weird tale writers such as H.P. Lovecraft, Ramsey Campbell and Stephen King. What follows is a look into an assortment of his works I recently read. STORIES: […]

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SIX MACABRE TALES BY MAURICE LEVEL

Born in 1875, Maurice Level was a French writer who had numerous stories published in newspapers or made into plays. He specialized in short, macabre thrillers (conte cruel-style specifically). Level died in 1926. None of these stories we’re looking at today contain any supernatural elements but rely more on grim, dramatic twists and human cruelties. […]

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13 QUESTIONS WITH JOANNA PARYPINSKI

I first became aware of Joanna Parypinski when we each had stories appear in the anthology Indiana Science Fiction 2011 from James Ward Kirk Publishing. Since then, her writing career has really taken off, having stories published in numerous high profile publications (just check out her impressive author bio after the interview to see what […]

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DENNIS ETCHISON ARTICLE

Writer and editor Dennis Etchison passed away on May 28th this year following a long, storied career writing and editing in the horror genre. I first discovered him as the editor of the Masters of Darkness anthologies. Tonight, we’re going to look at several of his own short stories. My favorite of these would be […]

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