Tag: women in horror

Kindle Kult: Women in Horror, Volume II

This is the second Kindle Kult post devoted exclusively to WiHM. Do your part to support these authors by following a link, reading, and most importantly, discussing their work with other readers (one easy way to do the latter is taking a second to leave them a review on Amazon–every review helps more than you’d

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Kindle Kult: Women in Horror, Volume I

To properly kick off the eleventh WiHM, we’re dedicating the next few Kindle Kult posts exclusively to female authors. Do your part to support these authors by following a link, reading, and most importantly, discussing their work with other readers (one easy way to do the latter is taking a second to leave them a

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10 Female Writers Who Could Teach Male Authors a Thing or Two

By Bob Freville 1. Kathe Koja Long before modern readers embraced the brutal, gut-churning minimalism of Chuck Palahniuk, Kathe Koja introduced a clipped literary style to speculative fiction that was brusque, brave and fringe before fringe was really a thing. A prominent figure during the 90s genre paperback boom, Koja made a name for herself

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Return of the BOOBS & BLOOD Festival!!!

For Immediate Release: September 14th, 2018 The BOOBS & BLOOD Festival is back – With All-Women Judges, WOMEN IN HORROR Panel & Fundraising for Breast Cancer Charity Opening Night launches the 1st Annual SCREAM QUEEN-ATHON and B&B’s new quarterly magazine Scream Queens, Body Painting Burlesque, the Final Destination franchise and Japanese Gonzo Ghosts take over

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