The Guardian has collected some responses Haruki Murakami gave to reader questions at the Edinburgh International Book Festival. “I don’t have any idea at all, when I start writing, of what is to come. For instance, for The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle, the first thing I had was the […]
Sumiko Saulson shares a list of twenty Black women in horror writing. “February is Black History Month here in the United States. It is also Women in Horror Month (WiHM). As an Ambassador for WiHM, and as a woman of color (I am Black and Jewish) who is […]
Jonathan Roberts mapped Westeros for The Land of Ice And Fire, see his fantasy maps and read an interview with him via The AV Club.
Spectacular Optical has an overview of British folklore in horror film and television. (Thanks, Colin!)
Writer Iain Banks has died. The Guardian has an obituary. Neil Gaiman remembers Banks and the BBC gathers remembrances. Here, Banks talks with University Lecturer in Creative Writing Derek Neale.
Monster Island Resort Podcast used all the powers of kaiju and Kilaakian technology combined to invide Edinburgh’s Fringe Fest and London’s Fright Fest. And there’s video documentation!
John Hodgman telepathically communicates the meaning of, “Auld Lang Syne.”