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
by @Ri3Ri3, curator of HOWLS book club nominees for May’s “Asian and Pacific Islander Week!” category In honor of Asian and Pacific Islander month, it was important for me to broaden my horizons and create a list of picks to represent different cultures. She Said Destroy by Nadia Bulkin A dictator craves love–and horrifying sacrifice–from… Continue reading 6 Books by Asian and Pacific Islander Authors
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