Here you will find coverage of the horror genre.
Scary Words and Phrases Horror Prompt
Creepy Poems - a collection of famous creepy poems
Horror Writing Resources
Steve Hockensmith Talks Zombie Research (2010-04-20): Time has an interview here with Steve Hockensmith, who wrote Pride and Prejudice and Zombies: Dawn of the Dreadfuls, the prequel to Pride and Prejudice and Zombies.
Dacre Stoker Writing Dracula Sequel (2008-10-06): Bram Stoker's great grand nephew is bringing Dracula back to life in a new book.
The Horrifying World of Darren O'Shaughnessy (2007-08-30): Darren O'Shaughnessy has a new 10 volume series called Demonata and he is surprised that is not more parental outrage.
Mick Garris Talks Horror (2006-10-30): Monsters and Critics talked with Mick Garris, executive producer and creator of the popular Showtime series Masters of Horror.
Elizabeth Kostova and The Historian (2005-06-16): Associated Press journalist Sarah Karush provides an
interesting interview with Elizabeth Kostova, author of The Historian (Little, Brown).
A Conversation With Barry Hoffman (2000-12-01): Award-winning novelist, teacher and publisher Barry Hoffman
was born January 30, 1947 in New York
Taking Horror With Ellen Datlow (1999-10-01): If you like to read horror, fantasy or science fiction stories,
the chances are good
that you have read something that Ellen Datlow has edited.
A Conversation With John Saul (1999-09-01): If there's one quality that New York Times bestselling author
John Saul has in abundance (other than talent, of course) it's
A Conversation With Mort Castle (1998-11-01): Horror author Mort Castle has more than
350 short stories and a dozen books to his
credit, including Cursed Be the Child (Leisure Books, 1994) and