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Reading dark and scary books can help children develop the coping skills they'll need when scary situations arise in their lives.
Genre-savvy protagonists in horror fiction wield their knowledge of tropes like a weapon. Is that a good or a bad thing?
V.C. Andrews' controversial 40-year-old books can still hold young readers in their thrall. Let's have a look at why her work endures.
From classics to new and inventive publications, delight in the discovery of dark fiction with these horror literary magazines.
Grab some hot cocoa and blankets, and get ready to get cozy with these 10 great winter thrillers to delight and frighten you!
Verse novels combine a compelling story with stark and intricately spun poetry. There’s one for you in this list of dark novels in verse.
The best bookish gear for your literary lifestyle—the goth edition!—from stickers and tees to candles and prints.
If you loved the fun and feel of R.L. Stine's books as a kid, you'll love these books like Goosebumps for adults.
Halloween may be in the rearview, but we're still lurking in the dark corners of the book world. Join us for Dark Reads Day!
"The Girl With The Green Ribbon" gave you nightmares in elementary school, and it's a story with a long history and promising future.