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REVIEW: The Butcher of the Forest by Premee Mohamed

Veris Thorn has seen death. She had survived the war and the tyranny that never ended. As a woman nearing forty, she knows suffering. It is why she cherishes her remaining family and keeps...

Guest Post: At the heart of the deep, dark wood: why do forests still terrify us? by Caroline Hardaker

When was the last time you walked in the deep, dark wood? What did you see? What did you feel? And would you walk the same path at night? Across the spectrum of horror,...

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