horror fiction

Matt Serafini's Under The Blade Brings Slasher Mayhem to the Literary World

The slasher subgenre may be on theatrical sabbatical, but that's not stopping author Matt Serafini (Feral) from keeping masked madmen alive and dangerous. Horror fans looking for a little stalk and slash this summer will want to get their hands on Under the Blade, which is out now!

CONTEST CLOSED! A Feral Contest to Drive You Wild!

Dread readers probably know that my debut novel, Feral, has been available for a few months now. Response to my furry sex-and-death soirée has been better than imagined, but I'm always trying to get the word out. Today that means it's time for a giveaway, so come on in and enter to win!

Stephen King and Joe Hill Collaborating on a Story for Esquire Magazine's Fiction for Men

We're not entirely sure what Esquire has in mind for its new ebook series "Fiction for Men", but as part of the launch they will be publishing a new story collaboration by father and son team Stephen King and Joe Hill entitled "In the Tall Grass". Hopefully women will be allowed to read it, too!

Die, You Bastard! Die! (Book)

Written by Jan Kozlowski Published by Ravenous Shadows

Devoted, The (Book)

Written by Eric Shapiro Published by Ravenous Shadows

Ranting & Slashing: If You’re Not Reading F. Paul Wilson, You Should Be

At first glance, I’m hard-pressed to pick a favorite when considering the list of amazing horror authors out there. There are plenty of writers in the fray whose work I’ll anxiously devour whenever a new book hits the shelves: Stephen King, Clive Barker, Bentley Little, Jack Ketchum, Skipp & Spector, Brian Keene, Edward Lee – the list is seriously endless.