Truth is Darker than Fiction: An Introduction to GARDEN OF FIENDS

This is a guest post by Mark Matthews, editor and publisher of Garden of Fiends, a collection of addiction-themed horror stories. The intoxication from a pint of vodka, the electric buzz from snorting cocaine, the warm embrace from shooting heroin—drinking and drugging provide the height of human experience. It’s the promise of heaven on earth, […]

Nightmares by Subscription – A Review of Nightmare Magazine Issue 44

Nightmare Magazine is one of the better things you can infect your Kindle with every month. This month was no exception. In the current issue of Nightmare Magazine, there are four stories; two reprints and two originals. The originals are The Old Horror Writer by Adam-Troy Castro and Sawing by Lisa Goldstein. The reprints are […]

Ellen Datlow Interview

I had a few words with Ellen Datlow over email earlier this year, and interviewed her for Bookriot in conjunction with Women in Horror Month and the release of Lovecraft’s Monsters. Here is that interview now, for your reading pleasure. February was Women in Horror Month, and the first person I thought of when I […]

A Peek Inside My Kindle

Here’s what’s at the the top of my Kindle right now; the stuff I most recently added or read. It’s interesting to see that of the fifteen items on there, only two are novels. These are Colin F. Barnes‘ gritty Artificial Evil and Barry Napier‘s Broken Skies, his latest book for Severed Press (that’s the […]