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August in Review

Q&A Authors Books We Read Beach House by R.L. StineTell Me I'm Worthless by Alison RumfittThe Hacienda by Isabelle CañasSpider the Artist by Nnedi OkoraforA Cosmology of Monsters by Shaun HamillThe Rust Maidens by Gwendolyn KisteArt by Maia Weir (shop her merch!) Stories published By HOWLers Tales from Between featuring Ai Jiang, Christi Nogle, Patrick… Continue reading August in Review

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Fun in the Sun with 5 Sandy Books

by @WakefulNight, curator of HOWLS Book Club nominees for August's "Horror at the Beach" category The Forgotten Island by David Sodergren When Ana Logan agrees to go on holiday to Thailand with her estranged sister Rachel, she hopes it will be a way for them to reconnect after years of drifting apart. But now, stranded… Continue reading Fun in the Sun with 5 Sandy Books

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6 Comics Worth More Than a Thousand Horrific Words

by @SemaphoreRaven, curator of HOWLS Book Club nominees for July's "Contains “Graphic” Imagery" category One of my early formative experiences was puttering around my grade school library and happening upon a copy of *Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark.* Being the poor naïve soul that I was, I opened it and promptly had the… Continue reading 6 Comics Worth More Than a Thousand Horrific Words

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Corkscrew Into These 6 Globetrotting New Weird Tales 

by Leviathan15, curator of HOWLS Book Club nominees for July's "New Weird Heard Round The World" category Back in 2003, M. John Harrison kicked off a discussion* on his online message board with the following question: “The New Weird. Who does it? What is it? Is it even anything?... Should we just call it Pick’n’Mix… Continue reading Corkscrew Into These 6 Globetrotting New Weird Tales 

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6 Exhilarating Tales of Excursions Gone Wrong

by Solomon Forse, curator of HOWLS Book Club nominees for July's "Provisions, Parkas, and Penguins" category As an avid outdoorsman living in the Rocky Mountains, there is nothing more thrilling to me than stuffing my pack with several days of supplies and adventuring into the great unknown. While I enjoy the sweeping landscapes and sublime… Continue reading 6 Exhilarating Tales of Excursions Gone Wrong

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5 Dives Into Murky Depths

by @L. (she/her/hers/ella), curator of HOWLS Book Club nominees for June's "Water, Water Everywhere" category Seventy-one percent of the Earth’s surface is covered by water…but who truly knows what lurks in the depths? Oceans, seas, rivers, streams, lakes, lagoons, and the water in our own bodies all, to some extent, hold secrets. Dive in and… Continue reading 5 Dives Into Murky Depths

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6 Terrifying Treks BACK into the Cosmos

by Emily Hughes, curator of HOWLS Book Club nominees for June's "Space: The Mind-Fuck Frontier" category Regardless of what you might have heard on Twitter, space horror is alive, well, and very real.After all, what’s more horrifying than space? It’s an endless silent void at the razor-thin edge of what a human body can survive,… Continue reading 6 Terrifying Treks BACK into the Cosmos

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Cock Your Head at these 5 Weird Horror Books

by @Nicholas Zielinski, curator of HOWLS Book Club nominees for June's "Weird Postmodernism" category Weird fiction is hard to define, but I’m going to do it anyway, with help from weird fiction’s most problematic grandpa: H.P. Lovecraft.In a landmark essay on the subject, he claims that all weird tales must contain “outer, unknown forces… and… Continue reading Cock Your Head at these 5 Weird Horror Books

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6 Mangas That’ll Have Your Brain in a Spiral

by @Miskatonika, curator of HOWLS Book Club nominees for June's "👹 Picturing the Unimaginable: Horror Manga" category Manga is often imagined as just for kids, but there are a handful of artists working in Japan who have mastered the art of portraying horror. They offer a variety of scares—from gross out body horror to existential… Continue reading 6 Mangas That’ll Have Your Brain in a Spiral