Thrillers aren't just for Halloween. Body horror, cults, hauntings and family secrets abound in these 12 YA thrillers for any time of year, including Plain Bad Heroines by Emily M. Danforth!
Stay up all night with these perfectly chilling supernatural books for Halloween full of witches, ghosts, vampires, and hauntings.
Hang these cosmic horror art pieces on your walls for your scary, existential horror aesthetic needs all year long.
You may want to keep the lights on for these, dear readers. We've rounded up some truly frightful reads just in time for Halloween, like The Troop by Nick Cutter.
If thriller vs horror distinctions have you bamboozled, you're in the right place. Let's zombiewalk into a breakdown of these categories.
Kick off spooky reading season early with these diverse YA horror books full of supernatural baddies and things that go bump in the night.
The power of the original FRANKENSTEIN leads to incredible recontextualizations even today, including works like Destroyer by Victor LaValle.
An undead reading list for adults, from creature horror fiction to nonfiction on the history of zombies in pop culture.
These three new horror books like Mexican Gothic by Silvia Moreno-Garcia subvert classic tropes of the genre and ask readers to examine who the monsters really area—and why.
THE BLOODY CHAMBER is worth deep analysis. Despite their fantasy elements, Angela Carter’s erotic feminist fairy tales are far from escapist.
Trom the spine-tingling to the rib-tickling, these are some of the best fiction podcasts you should get in your ears right now.
In ghost stories to graphic novels, we head west to Oakland, California. A city in the middle of a reinvention, it has a ton of history, a lot of it spooky.
One reader's journey to find queer characters in horror, taking a look at the dearth of queer representation in horror lit, its rare finds, and its evolution.
Why you should pick up a book or two from author Seanan McGuire.
A reader shares her personal experiences with enjoying horror in children's literature, and writes about why the genre may be helpful to some kids.