Over the years I’ve read a lot of short horror fiction by many authors, both modern and classic. Recently that got me to thinking about which ones I would consider my favorites overall. To that end, I put together the following top ten list. I initially considered making it a top twenty list but it […]Read More MY TOP TEN FAVORITE HORROR STORY WRITERS OF ALL-TIME
For this poll, I’m looking for the scariest, horror-themed, obscure Marvel super villain. I know Galactus and Thanos would certainly be terrifying to encounter, but I’m looking for ones who fit solidly in a horror setting by either their look, origin or power. I’ve also left out the very well known villains such as Dracula, […]Read More Who’s The Scariest, Obscure Marvel Comic Book Villain?
Last February a council of experts assembled here at Horror Delve to discuss their favorite fantasy weapons (https://horrordelve.com/2016/02/14/the-ultimate-fantasy-weapons-list/). This year another group has gathered to tell us of their favorite beasts to use such weapons against. I’ve always loved paging through Monster Manuals filled with bizarre beasts terrifying enough to send even the most stalwart of […]Read More ULTIMATE FANTASY CREATURES LIST
I first discovered Raven Bower with her novel APPARITIONS and became an instant fan. Since then I’ve read all three books in the series and devour each. The action and horror scenes are enthralling and the characters feel like real people. I previously covered her (along with her husband Lain) amazing fantasy novel WEEPING DARK: […]Read More The Bailey Khane Trilogy by Raven Bower
Algernon Blackwood was born in 1869 in Kent, England to a prosperous family. He became interested in the occult at a young age, which would later become evident in his writing. He rebelled against his family in his early twenties, moving to Canada and America to pursue various jobs. He worked as a dairy farmer, […]Read More ALGERNON BLACKWOOD ARTICLE