It’s time for another installment of our recommended horror reads. We’ve been keeping our curators busier than elves near Christmas, combing through all the new horror releases. Here’s the horror new releases that received a majority recommendation by our curation staff.
Valancourt Books is an independent small press specializing in the rediscovery of rare, neglected, and out-of-print fiction. Despite the valiant efforts of a few small presses and the availability of new technology that can make books available to readers all over the world, far too many great books remain out-of-print and inaccessible; we founded Valancourt Books in 2005 to restore many of these works to new generations of readers.
As editor Christopher Philippo clearly proves in his interesting introduction, the concept that telling ghost stories at Christmas gathered around a fireplace or collecting ghostly tales in the Christmas issue of a magazine were exclusively a British habit not shared by Americans is absolutely wrong. Hence, anthologies assembling stories written and/or published in America during […]
Grady Hendrix is the horror gods’ gift to us all. His coffee table tome, ‘Paperbacks From Hell’ tread where few dare, and gives us the lowdown on literally hundreds of the pulp horror books of the 70s and 80s. Lurid, gory, and mostly terrible, Hendrix read them all and, thanks to his partnership with Valancourt […]