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Monday, October 26, 2009

Horror 2009: Part 4

In today's Horror 2009 report I want to share my favorite horror resources with you. These are were I go to learn more about horror fiction.

Print Reference Sources:

Hooked on Horror III: Guide to Reading Interests in Horror Fiction by Anthony Fonseca and June Michelle Pulliam

The Horror Readers’ Advisory: The Librarian’s Guide to Vampires, Killer Tomatoes, and Haunted Houses by Becky Siegel Spratford and Tammy Hennigh Clausen

Read On…Horror Fiction by June Michelle Pulliam and Anthony Fonseca

The Year’s Best Fantasy and Horror edited by Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling (annual publication)

Titles by Horror writers on appreciating the genre:

Danse Macabre by Stephen King

Horror Isn't a 4-Letter Word by Matthew Warner

On Writing Horror: A Handbook by the Horror Writers Association, revised edition edited by the Mort Castle and the Horror Writers Association

Writers Workshop of Horror edited by Michael Knost

Horror Web Resources:

The Horror Writer’s Association and their Blog, Dark Whispers

Buried.com: "Everything that is horror."

Gothic.Net: "...a friendly community site designed to provide a supportive venue for Gothic culture and horror literature and the creative and artistic people interested in them."

The Horror Fiction Review

Horror World: a horror community where authors and readers can connect

Monster Librarian

Horror Mall The self proclaimed #1 independent, horror literature shop on the web. Includes detailed books, author, and magazine sections.


Horror Awards:

The Bram Stoker Awards

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