You can’t really move a story like this; it just won’t sell. The writer writing about writing is a no-go. It’s cliched, done to death, and never worth the editor’s trouble to slog through to the end. Still, every writer has one in him and needs to let it out. This is mine. Happy Holidays.
Few films have ever moved me to tears, but this is one of them. (CONTAINS SPOILERS)
Last year I allowed my subscription to the Horror Writers’ Association slip into abeyance. Here’s why.
As Stephen King’s IT continues to break records, another horror film rises to the #1 slot this weekend.
My latest short story is harsh. I mean, it’s brutal. No feelings were spared when I wrote it, and I used it to take genre fiction to task.
Creating Context for Horror:
An Informal History of the Genre Culminating
in Tremblay’s A Head Full of Ghosts