Tag: Horror

Interview With Elizabeth Massie

Elizabeth Massie is a two-time Bram Stoker Award-winning and Scribe Award-winning author of novels, short fiction, media-tie ins, and nonfiction. Her novels and collections include Sineater, Hell Gate, Desper Hollow, Wire Mesh Mothers, Homeplace, Afraid, Naked on the Edge, Dark Shadows: Dreams of the Dark (co-authored with Mark Rainey), Versailles, The Tudors: King Takes Queen,…

Black Wings

I just finished reading Black Wings by Megan Hart, and I have to say it was a damned good read.  The premise is one I’ve seen before; genius kid turns evil and cooks up a wicked scheme of some sort or other.  However, while the overall theme might not be original, I thought Hart did…

“For Emmy”: A Beautifully Written Lovecraftian Horror Tale

Several weeks ago, while checking out the Project Entertainment website’s list of podcasts, I came across Cosmic Shenanigans, hosted by Mary SanGiovanni, and quickly subscribed to it.  The podcast promised to be an exploration of the cosmic horror sub-genre.  Between then and now, I’ve listened to several of the archived episodes.  One of those episodes…