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Responsibility and Triggers
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Responsibility and Triggers

By Mary SanGiovanni Writers are often posed the question of responsibility in their writing, particularly if they are writers of horror.  Where are the lines in fiction which should not be crossed? When does fiction devolve into degeneracy? Do creatives have a responsibility for monitoring what they write and how they write it, and if...

15 Must-Read Black Fantasy Authors
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15 Must-Read Black Fantasy Authors

by Margaret Kingsbury While admittedly Black History Month might not be the best time to discuss works of fantasy, many, if not all, of the novels by these fifteen black fantasy authors are steeped in black history, whether they be alternate histories of the Civil War or infused with the Carribean and/or African folklore and...

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The Psychology of Cult Classics

By E.E.C. Christman Since its release 40 years ago, The Rocky Horror Picture Show has gone from flop, to cult classic, and finally, to cultural staple. As the undisputed queen of the midnight movie, theaters across the globe play it to houses packed with costumed superfans. The weeks leading up to Halloween are Rocky primetime....

Review: Follow Me to Ground by Sue Rainsford
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Review: Follow Me to Ground by Sue Rainsford

Reviewed by Ivonne Spinoza This is an unusual book.  It’s unsettling, it’s dark, it’s sometimes even gory, but it’s definitely not your average garden variety horror. I’m not even sure if I’d classify it as horror despite the dark themes and the tone. It has horror aspects, but that doesn’t come close to doing it...

Review: Loveboat, Taipei by Abigail Hing Wen
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Review: Loveboat, Taipei by Abigail Hing Wen

Reviewed by Vanessa Rodriguez College-bound Ever Wong has grown up to fulfill the future her parents have planned for her—become a doctor. It’s expected when her parents immigrated to America and sacrificed so much for their children’s success, something Ever’s mother constantly reminds her. If only she could summon the courage to tell her parents...