Clay McLeod Chapman returns to answer questions, about What Kind of Mother, the first being what the f**k Clay?!
If you thought The Last House on Needless Street was tricksy, just wait until you hear about Looking Glass Sound. It’s a destined Gothic classic that takes the genre, crumples
Josh Winning has parlayed years of writing about film sets into a horror novel full of 90s retro slasher love.
Sadie Hartmann, AKA Mother Horror to the likes of us. She knows a thing or two about this haunted library we love to browse.
The architect of modern horror. The creative North Star of my life, and probably yours. Here’s here to talk about a life lived in books.
Alex is a Romanian writer of dark fictions. Her debut, Whisperwood, is full of Transylvanian myth and legend without a vampire in sight.
This week I’m recording very close to home with Andrew Michael Hurley – about his reissued folk-horror nightmare, Starve Acre.
Danielle Trussoni’s The Puzzle Master crams in a whole Discovery Channel series’ worth of conspiracy, mysticism and esoteric history.
In this second part of the dive into Stephen King’s IT, things are getting weird. We’re delving into Pennywise.
Yes, finally we’re off to Derry, to do battle with that goddamn clown. In this first part we talk Losers and why we love them so much.
The Empress of Excess is here to talk about extreme horror, horrendous crimes and the thorny problem of readers’ feelings.
What if the house that shaped you was a broken, haunted place? Sarah Gailey’s Just Like Home asks this very question.