Ellen Datlow is an Editor Extraordinaire who needs little introduction. She has edited numerous anthologies, and co-edited many with other editors such as Terri Windling.
Campbell has been penning quiet, devastating horror stories since the mid-1960s, and this new collection proves he still knows how to unsettle readers on a primal level.
In part three of our interview with writer C. Robert Cargill and writer/director Scott Derrickson, we pick up our discussion concerning screenplay writing.
It’s easy to forget sometimes that horror fiction can be fun. It’s understandable, of course; after all, horror is the genre char
In part two of our interview with writer C. Robert Cargill and "Sinister" writer/director Scott Derrickson, we pick up with the publication of Cargill's recent novel "Dreams & Shadows."
The celebrated literary publication that launched the careers of H.P. Lovecraft, Ray Bradbury and Robert E. Howard is back in circulation. Check out the latest issue!
In part two of our interview (read part one here), Publisher Eric Beebe briefly talks about making films and what it's like to travel to places both known and unknown.
Richard Matheson was as much of a master of short fiction as he was with longer tales. In this story, he details a man's surreal experiences as he tries to stay vigilant against real or imagined hungry blazes.
Elizabeth Massie has expanded her zombie story “When Granny Comes Marchin’ Home Again” into a full-fledged novel.
Kevin Lucia's novella is a tense, methodical tale about a man who can't – who refuses – to remember the truth. It's a ghost story of sorts, and it leads the reader along on a ghastly non-linear journey to discover that truth.