The barbarian adventurer Conan, created by Robert E. Howard in the 1930’s, has continued on from his short story roots to be featured in novels, movies, role playing games, cartoons, live-action television shows, and comic books on his way to becoming the single most iconic sword and sorcery character ever. While these further exploits penned […]Read More Conan!
When I decided to make February Sword and Sorcery Month here at Horror Delve, the first person I thought to request a list of favorites from was author David T. Wilbanks. He’s well-versed and passionate about. the genre and has even written some of his own (See my review of HELLFIGHTER here: https://horrordelve.com/2013/11/05/hellfighter-by-david-t-wilbanks-review/). He’s also one […]Read More David T Wilbanks, What Are Some of Your Favorite Pieces of Fantasy Fiction?
To celebrate Sword and Sorcery month here at Horror Delve, I wanted to find out what were some of the best pieces of fantasy fiction? To do this, I asked a great group of modern writers to list some of their favorites. First up is Willie Meikle, a prolific writer with over 20 novels and […]Read More Willie Meikle, What Are Some of Your Favorite Pieces of Fantasy Fiction?
This month will be sword and sorcery month at Horror Delve. Each article will look at novels and short stories in the heroic fantasy genre and maybe a few surprises along the way.Read More WELCOME TO SWORD AND SORCERY MONTH
Looking for some atmospheric horror stories to enjoy this Halloween? Here’s a few I think fit the bill. Several of these can be found for free online. 1. “Feet Foremost” by L.P. Hartley (1948) – A group assembles at newly-renovated Low Threshold Hall for a housewarming. There they encounter the malicious ghost of an ill-treated […]Read More TEN SCARY SHORT STORIES FOR HALLOWEEN