Articles, book reviews, and links with information and writings about your favorite horror authors. WL is the abbreviation for Web Link for authors to be grouped together. Book reviews will have 1 sta
Author - King, Stephen [offsite link]
Find out whatīs new in Stephen Kingīs world.
Author - Koontz, Dean [offsite link]
With over a dozen books to make it on the bestsellerīs list, Dean Koontz is a top name in contemporary horror literature. This link is to his website.
Author - Masterton, Graham [offsite link]
This links to Graham Mastertonīs website. He has written more than a hundred novels and has a long list of achievements such as a Special Edgar, the Prix Julia Verlanger, Bram Stoker Award, World Fantasy Award nominee.
Author - Masterton, Graham (unofficial) [offsite link]
Hereīs a decent site which gives more information on a favourite author, Graham Masterton. It includes a horror fiction guide, an interview with the author and a bibliography.
Author - Rice, Anne [offsite link]
Find out whatīs new in Anne Riceīs world of the supernatural.
Author - Smith, Guy N. [offsite link]
A link to a favorite author from the 80īs.
Mary Shelly penned the novel Frankenstein when she was nineteen in a time when men supposedly ruled the literary roost of interesting and intelligent literature. Since then, the tale, often credited with launching the science fiction genre, has become a horror literature classic.
The Macabre Mind of Charles Dickens
Charles Dickens is arguably one of the best novelists of our time. His stories have maintained a prominent place in our literary history for over 150 years. A Christmas Carol may be one of his most remembered novels, but the macabre mind of Charles Dickens goes much deeper.
Who is H. P. Lovecraft?
H.P. Lovecraft is one of horror writer's greats, yet many people don't know who he is. Whether you know of him and enjoy his writings or not, a horror literature site would not be complete without a study of his writing.
Women in Horror Literature The Classics
Horror stories have been around since the early days of men but until recent times women authors who dabbled in the genre were few and far between. The three historical favorites include Shelley, Gilman, and Jackson.
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