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An Interview with Silvia Moreno-Garcia

Silvia Moreno-Garcia, author of books including Mexican Gothic, The Daughter of Doctor Moreau and Untamed Shore, is one of the most interesting and versatile authors working today. No two books of hers are alike,...

REVIEW: Silver Nitrate by Silvia Moreno-Garcia

Once more, Silvia Moreno-Garcia reinvents herself. Silver Nitrate is an ode to classic horror films, to the darker side of cinema – and to the darker parts of twentieth century history.  As is par...

REVIEW: The Once Yellow House by Gemma Amor

Religious occultism collides with the color yellow in Gemma Amor’s latest horror novel, The Once Yellow House. The Bram Stoker Award-nominated author adopts an entirely epistolary format for The Once Yellow House, with the...

REVIEW: Piñata by Leopoldo Gout

Multi-faceted, creative powerhouse Leopoldo Gout’s latest novel Piñata is a visceral possession story that brings together supernatural and real life horrors with a keen look at the brutal legacy of colonial violence that persists...

REVIEW: A Song for the Void by Andrew C. Piazza

A Song for the Void is Andrew C. Piazza’s masterful cosmic horror set in the South China Sea during the Opium Wars between Great Britain and China in the mid-nineteenth century. This historical setting...

REVIEW: Little Eve by Catriona Ward

Gothic horror comes to northern Scotland in Little Eve, Catriona Ward’s terrifying second novel. Originally published in 2018, Little Eve is winner of the Shirley Jackson Award for Best Novel and the British Fantasy...

REVIEW: Saturnalia by Stephanie Feldman

The slow-motion collapse of modern civilization is reason to party in Saturnalia, the new sci-fi horror by Stephanie Feldman, which takes place in a near-future Philadelphia amid growing climate disaster. As the world gradually...

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REVIEW: 3:33 AM by Luke Hindmarsh

3:33 AM by Luke Hindmarsh is an occult horror novel that I picked up immediately upon release. I was a big fan of Mercury’s Son by the same author, so I was interested in...