Voice to Books
An monthly column dedicated to marginalized voices. In this inaugural post, five books by Black authors are reviewed by five women of color.
Writing True Horror
Six Tips and Tricks
This article focuses tips and tricks for writing true supernatural encounters.
True paranormal experience
High school friends battle a deranged entity bent on destroying relationships and possessing its target.
With Abby Geni
An interview with award-winning author Abby Geni, focusing on her third novel, The Wildlands.
CV Storyteller Project
Love and Heartbreak
My story of "love and heartbreak" centered on a special childhood pet.
A story of an obsessed murderous clown and the woman who don't love him.
5 Horror Films that
Took the Source Material to Another Level
I examine five horror films based on novels or short fiction that elevated the source material to a place of cult notoriety.
Camila is fed up with her neighbor Abigail. But anger and magic never mix.
The White Card
A conversational review
A conversational review with A.M. Larks on poet and playwright Claudia Rankine's play The White Card.
With James Comtois
This interview with playwright James Comtois delves into his experience writing the acclaimed vampire play, The Little One.
Blunt Force Magic
A review of Lawrence Davis' debut novel, Blunt Force Magic.
Stephen Graham Jones
Interview with Kelp Journal
An interview with award-winning horror author, Stephen Graham Jones, discussing his critically-acclaimed novel, The Only Good Indians.
This short fiction explores issues of shame and fear when dealing with an unknown pain in a private area.
Spotlight on Tananarive Due
This article spotlights award-winning horror and fantasy author Tananarive Due and her novel The Good House.
With Keithan Jones and Amber Tillman
An interview with comic artist Keithan Jones (owner and founder of Kid Comics) and comic author Amber Tillman (creator of Medicine Cabinet), co-written with A.M. Larks.
Homo Dues: A Brief History of Tomorrow
An exploration of Yuval Noah Harai's Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow.