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Think you can't read horror? I thought so too. Here are some tips and tricks for reading horror for all my fellow scaredy cats.
A look at the recent rise of middle grade and YA horror novels and how the centering of Black narratives is woven with social commentary.
It turns out ghosts like their books just as much as the living! Learn all about the most haunted bookstores and libraries in the US and abroad... if you dare.
Are we in the midst of a Gothic literature boom? A reader dives into a recent boom in the subgenre and explores some of its trademark tropes.
In these books, some of the hauntings are literal, some less so. But whatever the haunting, rest assured they are very, entirely queer.
What is it about Stephen King that young readers love so much? A longtime lover of King's work reflects on his particular appeal.
A lot of readers avoid horror thinking it's not for them. But horror comes in all shapes, sizes, and subgenres—you might just be missing out.
Can't get enough scary books and movies? Here are 12 great books that pair well with horror films!
Feel-good horror books are scary yet fun to read! Here's a list of 8 feel-good horror books to read with the lights on and some popcorn.
Whether you want full-on spine-tingling reads, a touch of hair-raising horror, or are a spooky season novice, join us for Haunted Riot!