Book To Film: What Makes A Story Cinematic? By Lee Murray

When the author of the bestselling Arcadian series, Greig Beck, described my most recent book as “cinematic and evocative” I might have done a little happy dance. It was Greig Beck and cinematic is good, right? But what exactly do we mean when we say a story is cinematic? I ask Kathryn Burnett, screenwriter, teacher, … Continue reading Book To Film: What Makes A Story Cinematic? By Lee Murray

Q&A About Body Horror With Kirsten Imani Kasai

Interview for The Body Horror Book Q1. What does body horror mean to you? I believe that people have a latent, subconscious horror of being imprisoned in their own bodies. Depending on your metaphysical philosophy, if you believe that we are all elemental conglomerations of energy and spirit put on this planet to experience earthly … Continue reading Q&A About Body Horror With Kirsten Imani Kasai

Beverley Allitt: Serial Murderer and Evil Woman In Pop Culture

By Wendy Howard Evil is not a religious thing. It is a real thing, a part of us as humans in my opinion. In fact, I'm a believer in Carl Jung's scientific and metaphysical perspective on evil. Somewhere along the line, some of us fall off balance in regards to good and evil. Serial murders … Continue reading Beverley Allitt: Serial Murderer and Evil Woman In Pop Culture

Scary Confessions With Claire L. Fishback & James P. McDonald

Claire L. Fishback   Claire L. Fishback lives in Morrison, Colorado with her loving husband, Tim, and their pit bull mix, Belle. Writing has been her passion since age six. When she isn’t writing, she enjoys mountain biking, hiking, running, baking, and adding to her bone collection, though she would rather be stretched out on … Continue reading Scary Confessions With Claire L. Fishback & James P. McDonald

Interview With Suzie Lockhart

By Rebecca Fraser http://www.rebeccafraser.wordpress.com Suzie Lockhart has an innate ability to appreciate, understand, and tell chilling tales. Together with her son, Bruce, she has published close to fifty short stories in various anthologies and eZines. After building a solid reputation for quality horror, the team were asked by a UK publisher to edit their acclaimed … Continue reading Interview With Suzie Lockhart

Women In Horror…In The Words Of Lee Murray

What first piqued your interest in horror, and why do you enjoy writing in the genre? A child born in the 60s, I was raised on Pinocchio, Grimm’s Tales and libraries of other allegoric tales meant to keep children on the straight and narrow, so perhaps there was an inevitability about my recent progression down … Continue reading Women In Horror…In The Words Of Lee Murray