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.
FEARnet is proud to reprint this rare interview, originally printed in the 2013 World Horror Convention Souvenir Program Book.
If you think the premise of Nate Southard’s novel "Lights Out" is little more than an excuse to stage a giant, bloody brawl, it’s a forgivable assumption. Fortunately, Southard had a little more on his mind.
Stephen King introduces one of his most enduring villains in this early poem, now published in a limited edition by Cemetery Dance.
Life-long Stephen King fan Gillian James has mapped out every event, location and character in the author's collected works on a huge, elaborate flowchart. Take a closer look!
At first, Kelly's take on "Joyland" seems unsure. Then, something astounding happens: he hits dialogue, and everything ramps up. Voices, it seems, help Michael Kelly find his voice.