A year ago this week, I attended a great program, sponsored by RUSA, at the ALA Annual Conference in Chicago. Entitled "Things That Go Bump in the Stacks," and moderated by Neil Hollands, the program was broken into 2 distinct parts which I honored in my posts.
Part 1 was a short lecture by Neil on what makes something "paranormal" as opposed to more pure horror. While Part 2 was a panel discussion by three popular paranormal authors: Charlie Huston, Marjorie Liu, and Charlaine Harris.
Click here to read my report also present in 2 parts. And I checked, all the links to the resources still do work, but if you find a broken link please let me know.
And finally, you can see all of the Flashback Fridays by clicking here.
ALA Reading List Horror Winners - I posted all of the genre winners on the general blog here. Below is the horror winner, readalikes for that winner, and the short list. I have reviews of a...
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