As a horror writer, I know of the hesitancy of many people to pick up any book with the “horror” label attached to it. While legitimate reasons exist that keep many people at bay, the genre suffers from a lot of misconceptions. Some even perpetuated by some fans and practitioners of the genre. Right now, we live in a time where horror elements are being used everywhere, yet unabashed horror stories still have a hard time expanding outward from its dedicated fan base.

The aim is to create a space where horror is accessible, discussed, and studied so that anyone who visits either learns something new, or finds inspiration to try something they haven’t before. Fiction critiques and essays are the core of the content delving into the many leagues of the horror genre, with occasional guest posts and interviews to bring new viewpoints and topics to add to the conversation.