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Brian Keene ‘Castaways’ Review

Written by: Matthew J. Barbour

Have you ever watched Survivor and thought to yourself it would be a hell of lot more fun if the contestants were torn apart by savage beasts? 448 more words

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80,000 Word Weekend

I recently read this blog post by Brian Keene about writing 80,000 words in one weekend (Thursday evening – Sunday evening). All he did for the entire weekend was write, eat, sleep, write, repeat. 222 more words

Writing

Thanks, Brian Keene, for unordinary reasons

Chuck Sambuchino, an editor and published author with Writer’s Digest, kindly posted on his blog a column I wrote chronicling my path (which I’ve yet to complete) to publication. 558 more words

Urban Gothic by Brian Keene

An engine failure leaves a group of white middle class youths stranded in the worst part of Philadelphia. As a black gang approaches their vehicle, the youths panic and run head over heels into an abandoned building. 259 more words

Book Reviews

Brian Keene ‘Urban Gothic’ Review

Written by: Matthew J. Barbour

Along with Robert Kirkman, Max Brooks, and others, Brian Keene is often credited with reinventing and revitalizing zombie horror in pop culture. 454 more words

Review

The Top 10 Most Violent Horror Books

Written by: Erin Shaw

Sometimes it seems that good, drippy violence is hard to come by. Many writers are afraid of excess and shy away from the jaw-droppingly gruesome. 703 more words

Featured Articles

A Rising Interest in the Undead

If someone told me even 10 years ago that zombies, or the undead if you want to be politically correct, would become a mainstream horror entity I would never have believed them. 1,136 more words

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