April Reading Schedule
HOWL Society Press presents the first-ever anthology of medieval horror! Howls from the Dark Ages contains 18 thrilling tales of cursed castles, wild woodlands, haunted hamlets, and mysterious monasteries, with an introduction by Christopher Buelhman, the author who started it all with his novel Between Two Fires. Available in eBook, paperback, and a limited edition… Continue reading Howls from the Dark Ages: The First-Ever Medieval Horror Anthology
To celebrate the audiobook release of Howls From Hell, we will be having a party event on Twitch on Saturday June 26th, 2021, at 2:00 PM EST. We we will have author readings of Howls From Hell stories, games, and giveaways! Attendees will have a chance to win a copy of the Howls From Hell… Continue reading Join Us! HOWLS From Hell Twitch Party on June 26
With the release of HOWL’s debut anthology, Howls From Hell on May 18th, (order now!), HOWL Society would like to showcase the sixteen talented writers featured in Howls From Hell. Each of these writers contributed terrifying tales unique in voice, themes, and idea. No matter the type of horror fan, a reader is sure to… Continue reading Showcasing the Howls From Hell Authors!
by Christopher O’Halloran (@Burgleinfernal) Poll the average HOWLer and you’ll get the same opinion: the world is a dumpster fire. Many find it hard to point at the marvels around us without being overwhelmed by the constant injustices going on every day. Whether that’s the mistreatment of minority populations by both authority figures and fellow… Continue reading Friday Black by Nana Kwame Adjei-Brenyah
by ghazal ghaffari (@ghazal) One of the most important books from Iran, and Hedayat’s magnum opus. This brilliant book is the literary manifestation of a fever dream. Hedayat leads us through the non-linear story of an unnamed narrator, plagued by death and murderous intentions. A wildly unconventional piece of literature, with subtle plays on the… Continue reading Boof-e Koor (The Blind Owl) by Sadegh Hedayat
by Molly Collins (@History Bot) We all know vampires. They hate garlic, they can’t cross moving water, the sun burns them, they’ve got to hang out in their coffins pretty regularly, they suck blood, and they live for a long, long time. This week over at HOWL Society, we read a book that sticks to… Continue reading The Gilda Stories by Jewelle L. Gómez
by Joseph Andre Thomas (@bunttriple) HOWLS exploded in 2021. Like literally exploded. There’s blood everywhere. A bit of liver on the ceiling, half-a-heart sliding down the wall. This past year, HOWLS Discord channel grew to 1500+ users, with around 200 active at any given moment. HOWLS released Howls From Hell, its first anthology, to very… Continue reading The 2021 HOWLS Awards
by P.L. McMillan Welcome back, dearest reader, for the final interview of my Bloodlines series! In this series of interviews, I ask the authors who put together the collection about writing, their inspirations, aspirations, and more. Bloodlines comes out this Tuesday, Jan 11th, so get your pre-order now! And if you haven’t watched them yet,… Continue reading Bloodlines Interview Series #4: Chris O’Halloran
by P.L. McMillan Why howdy! Here I am. Here you are. And here is another interview with another talented author! In case you missed the first two, I am interviewing the four authors responsible for putting together an upcoming anthology on the theme of familial horror. This anthology, Bloodlines, is coming out soon actually! It… Continue reading Bloodlines Interview Series #3: Antony Frost
by @ferris, curator of HOWLS Book Club nominees for May’s “Trans-Scribed Terrors” category This list is intended as a diverse selection of horror stories written by transgender authors. As a trans person and a horror fan I feel there is a lack of mainstream discussion surrounding works by trans and gender non-conforming writers, though thankfully… Continue reading 6 Books by Trans Authors
by @Arboc Rednammoc, curator of HOWLS Book Club nominees for May’s “Parents Just Don’t Understand” category Editor’s note: This introduction contains a fair amount of inside jokes. Members of Howl Society will understand. Outsiders should join the Discord for something in the family of an explanation. Could you recite the first rule of HOWL Society… Continue reading 6 Horror Novels That’ll Have You Feeling Like a Kid Again
by @_ghostgrrrl, curator of HOWLS Book Club nominees for May’s “🌾The Books Are Not What They Seem” Folk horror has always been my favorite subgenre, as an avid fan of folklore around the world. What is Folk Horror? It’s secret cults and strange practices. It’s small towns and the secrets they hide. It’s liminal spaces… Continue reading 6 Shuckingly Good Folk Horrors
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