Before You Blow Out the Candle (2020) is an anthology of ten stories edited by Marc Damian Lawler. These stories range from the chillingly creepy, as with “A Troublesome History” and “Steepe Holm”, to more lighthearted ghost stories, as with both of Lawler’s “The Ghost’s of St. James’ Cemetery” story contributions, to the Twilight Zone-ish […]Read More BEFORE YOU BLOW OUT THE CANDLE ANTHOLOGY REVIEW
This is always one of my favorite posts to put together each year, so here for the seventh time is this year’s Christmas Horror Suggested Reading List. Each of these stories takes place during the festive Christmas season. After the list, I’ve included links to each previous year’s lists. Merry Christmas! The Stories: 1. “Markheim” […]Read More CHRISTMAS HORROR STORY READING LIST VII (2019)
Born in England in 1872, Elliott O’Donnell lived quite the extraordinary life, possessing probably the most interesting bio of anyone featured here at Horror Delve. Among other things, he served in the British army during WWI, sailed on SS Elbe, was a schoolmaster, actor, a police officer in America during the Chicago Railway Strike of […]Read More ELLIOTT O’DONNELL
VOTE FOR YOUR FAVORITE HORROR-THEMED TELEVISION SHOW Seeing as Thanksgiving’s Day is nearly upon us here in the U.S., I’m curious which horror-themed television shows you’re most thankful for. You can either vote for those included on listed below, or write in your own. Either way, let your voice be heard and cast your vote. […]Read More VOTE FOR YOUR FAVORITE HORROR-THEMED TELEVISION SHOW
This month I wanted to take a look at a few more horror tales by one of my all time favorite writers, E.F. Benson. I previously covered Benson’s background and some other of his stories back in July of 2014. You can read that article here: https://horrordelve.com/2014/07/03/13-haunting-tales-by-e-f-benson/ THE STORIES: 1. “How Fear Departed from the […]Read More MORE E.F. BENSON HORROR TALES
My haul of books from this Christmas. Lots of great reading ahead! Hope everyone has a fantastic Christmas!Read More Merry Christmas 2014!
Russell Kirk was born in Michigan in 1918. He gained much notoriety as a political theorist with the publication of his book, THE CONSERVATIVE MIND (1953). His career took several paths including that of writer, editor and keynote speaker. Lesser known to most is his fiction writing, which encompassed both novels and short stories. His […]Read More EERIE STORIES OF RUSSELL KIRK