Long story short – go read all of Tremblay’s books.
Han Kang’s novel is a devastatingly quiet dive into power, abuse and a mind unravelling.
Hendrix gives us a brilliant, smart ode to the ’80s, a tender coming-of-age story drenched in horror, with brilliant moments of comedy.
Iglesias’ brutal, beautiful Coyote Songs pulls no punches in a powerful look at life on the border.
A horrific, brutal, beautiful book, sure to hit the 2020 horror best-of lists.
Hagemann’s novel is shocking, challenging and fascinating. A book that brilliantly blurs the lines between documentary and fiction.
A neat nugget of psychological horror, laced with a sense of loneliness and sadness at its core.
As February comes to an end, in honour of Women of Horror month, here’s the second instalment of my list of fierce and ferocious female horror authors. Read them at your peril.
Celebrating Women in Horror month, this is part two of my favourite female horror characters from the world of film and tv.