MARY E. WILKINS FREEMAN

Born on Halloween in 1852, Mary Eleanor Wilkins Freeman went on to become a successful American fiction writer. She produced many novels and short stories and became the first recipient of the William Dean Howells Medal for Distinction in Fiction from the American Academy of Arts and Letters in 1926. Through her writing she helped […]

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THE 2019 HORROR DELVE HAUNT AWARDS

I wanted to highlight a few of the favorite things I came across while working on articles for Horror Delve this past year. The original publishing dates for these works are not a factor. Basically, if it was featured on the site during 2019, it’s eligible. I’m calling them The Horror Delve Haunt Awards. There’s […]

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13 QUESTIONS WITH EDITOR MICHAEL EVANS

Grinning Skull Press has published over fifty original horror novels, novellas and anthologies since its inception, including their annual Deathlehem series of Christmas horror anthologies. I’ve personally been lucky enough to have stories of my own make appearances in three of them. My experiences working with both Michael and his co-editor Harrison Graves have always […]

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“LOVELY WEATHER FOR AN UNSEELIE SLEIGH RIDE TOGETHER” IS AVAILABLE IN A TREE LIGHTING IN DEATHLEHEM

My new short Christmas-themed horror story “Lovely Weather for an Unseelie Sleigh Ride Together” is now available in the anthology A Tree Lighting in Deathlehem from Grinning Skull Press. This will be my third appearance in the Deathlehem series of anthologies, so I’m excited to make a return visit. To add a bit of context, […]

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SIX FRANZ KAFKA STORIES

Born in Prague, Bohemia in 1883, Franz Kafka went on to become a major influence in modern fiction. His novels and short stories most often include bleak realism combined with absurdity and surrealism. His unique style of storytelling has given birth to the term Kafkaesque. While I wouldn’t necessarily describe these tales as horror, they […]

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