Tag Archives: horror

Are Horror Writers Psychopaths? Test Yourself

People often assume horror writers must be psychopaths that keep bodies in the basement. The truth is, horror writers are too busy writing to worry about real bodies. Case in point—what books have you read by Norman Bates and Dexter … Continue reading

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Back from StokerCon 2016

How can I possibly express what it was like to be at StokerCon 2016? The best of the horror community walked the halls, mingling with the up-and-comers. It was a blur of friends, new and old. There were workshops teeming with more … Continue reading

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HWA Partners with Authors for Libraries

A message from author JG Faherty on the Horror Writer Association’s Facebook page Sept. 21: The Horror Writers Association is proud to announce we have entered into a partnership with the United for Libraries’ (part of the American Library Association) as … Continue reading

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The Braid: Now Available for Pre-Order!

The Braid, put on hold due to an upcoming competition, is back on the publishing queue and available now on Amazon for pre-order. After I studied the judge for the competition I decided something less spooky might be appreciated and … Continue reading

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Why HWA?

A quick note for those who like their writing and reading dark: now is the perfect time to join the Horror Writer’s Association! Because of the pro-rated dues schedule, membership just prices dropped—$37 as an Active/Affiliate/Academic/Associate member or $27 as a … Continue reading

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StokerCon Registration Begins!

UPDATE: StokerCon tickets are now for sale and the official website is LIVE! Tickets are just $99 until June 5th. I predict StokerCon will sell out. Details at StokerCon2016.org! Remember when I talked about the stunning news of the first … Continue reading

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