Book Review

#AmReading ~ Woe To Those Who Dwell On Earth by John Lynch

3.5 stars rounded to 4 stars - this was a mixed bag for me as it was my first ever foray into Extreme Horror/military splatterpunk and I think the stories that weren't for me will definitely be up other peoples' alleys! Read it if: You like military fiction, specifically Marine Corps context, culture and characters,… Continue reading #AmReading ~ Woe To Those Who Dwell On Earth by John Lynch

amwriting, TV/Film Review

Gothic/Horror Families

While I'm writing THE DAY WE ATE GRANDAD, I'm also having fun with re-watching/re-reading Horror and Gothic families (blood family + found family!) I'm a big Rob Zombie fan so a lot of them are from his films, but I love the moments of banter and bits where we get to see the relationship dynamics… Continue reading Gothic/Horror Families

Monstrous May

#MonstrousMay Day 4: Centaurs & Satyrs

Created by Johannes T. Evans I've popped these recs over on Ko-Fi as well, please do check the TWs on them. Recs for satyr horror (TW for rape):  THE VILLAGE IN THE WOODS (film 2019, dir. Raine McCormack) I would personally give this... I don't know. 5 or 6 out of 10. It was ok. Things… Continue reading #MonstrousMay Day 4: Centaurs & Satyrs

Author Interview, Longread, Podcast

The Uncanny and the Dead Anthology ~ Author Panel Interview

The Anthology ~ ed. Ezra Arndt listen to the interview buy the EBOOK Buy The Paperback Interview CMR: hello, and welcome back to a very special episode of Eldritch Girl where we've got a number of interviewees today and they're all authors from The Uncanny and The Dead anthology which is edited by Ezra Arndt… Continue reading The Uncanny and the Dead Anthology ~ Author Panel Interview

Author Interview, Gothic Fiction, Longread, Podcast

Author Interview ~ Mason Hawthorne

Author Bio Mason Hawthorne Mason Hawthorne writes horror, dark and urban fantasy, and studied writing and English literatures at the University of Wollongong. Most of his work is in speculative fiction, usually dark or horror themed. His stories often feature body horror, transformation, hunger, and anxiety. Queer thematic elements are always right below the surface,… Continue reading Author Interview ~ Mason Hawthorne