Here is where we'll feature essays, reviews, critique, theory, and more from women in horror. If you're interested in submitting, read our guidelines here.

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Essays

Emily Verona, "The First Horror Story I Ever Wrote."

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V. Castro, "Kings in Genre Fiction."

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Amy Grech, "Candy Corn Memories

 

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Regina Mitchell Garza, "Changing the Narrative"

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"In 1987, my grandmother made Christmas ornaments from dried apricots and sugar cookies that she baked with her own hands, a creation upon a creation. They were all tiny women, and she gave them dark hair like us, which felt like a gift to me."

my mother's circus/hand-sewn carnival by Monique Quintana

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Nico Bell, "Body Positivity During A Pandemic"

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Megan Arcuri, "A Woman's

Role"

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A Xicana Watches Slasher Films and Ponders Divination by Monique Quintana

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Interviews

 

Roller Skates and Horror: Interview with Jessica Guess by Gwendolyn Kiste

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Shining Legacy: Interview with V. Castro by Gwendolyn Kiste

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Poetry of the Night: Interview with Cina Pelayo by Gwendolyn Kiste

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Ask the Author: A Q&A with Mary Kay McBrayer

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Ask the Author: A Q&A with Montiese McKenzie

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Ask th Author: Q&A with

Nico Bell

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Ask the Author: Q&A with Nicole Givens Kurtz

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All about Shiver

with Nico Bell

Ask the Editor: Q&A with Nico Bell

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Ask the Author: A Q&A with Dr. Chesya Burke

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Ask the Author: A Q&A with Eve Harms

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Ask the Author: A Q&A with Stephanie Evelyn

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Unwelcome Survivors: Rooting for Monsters

E.F. Schraeder

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Ask the Editor: A Q&A with Evelyn Duffy

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Reviews

If you'd like to pitch and/or submit a piece for consideration, please contact V. Castro (vvcastro100 (at) gmail) and Sonora Taylor (sonorataylor (at) gmail).

Guidelines

  • Max word count: 2000

  • Minimum word count: 500

  • Topics can range, but must be about horror

  • We'll only accept pitches/submissions from women/woman-identifying authors. However, your subject can be about all genders.