• Dracula’s Forgotten Sister: Florence Marryat and The Blood of the Vampire

    Dracula’s Forgotten Sister: Florence Marryat and The Blood of the Vampire0

    Vampire fiction was crystallised in Bram Stoker’s Dracula. Subsequent generations of writers in the genre have had to define their works only in relation to this novel, whether they were adhering to its example or departing from it. But if we go back in time, we see a different story, or rather, different stories. While

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  • A Projection Review: Emotional Story, Confusing Art

    A Projection Review: Emotional Story, Confusing Art0

    A Projection Seekan Hui (Writer and Artist) Avery Hill Publishing July 6, 2018 Cecilia, a young woman in need of some quick money, takes a job as a live-in photographer, and glorified nanny, for an unusual family. The matriarch of the family is simultaneously vivacious and overly strict, while the father is aloof, at best.

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  • 2018 Splatterpunk Awards: Novels

    2018 Splatterpunk Awards: Novels0

    With the short stories, novellas, collections, and anthologies dealt with in the first and second parts of this series, all that is left are the novels. So, join me as I take one last trip through the inaugural Splatterpunk Awards’ list of the most depraved horror fiction of 2017. Editor’s note: Once again, this post bears

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