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Women In Horror!

What would we story-lovers do without the likes of Stephen King, Dean Koontz, John Saul … Masterton, Bradner, Clegg or Keene? Shudder the thought, but at least there are many more beloved authors out there, and they’re not all men. … Continue reading

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Rob’s Critical Review: “Home,” by Carson Buckingham

With “Home,” Buckingham’s put out a work of dark fantasy of the kind to make Caitlín R. Kiernan smile, and yet the work’s not derivative or copy-cattish, not of Kiernan’s work, or that of anyone else.  Instead, the tale is … Continue reading

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