This special issue on horror literature ranges from the exploration of queer sexuality in a late nineteenth-century horror novella to explorations of creativity, ecological crisis, sexual taboo, trauma and grief in twenty-first-century horror fiction. The incredible span and diversity of the fiction taken up by the essays here – and the importance and complexity of the questions asked by that fiction – make it clear that horror literature may well be one of the most important of literary genres. And we may well be living through another boom, another golden era, of horror production.
We have essays by: Elizabeth Erwin, Dawn Keetley, Gavin F. Hurley, Steffen Hantke, Kat Albrecht, David Edwards, Marco Malvestio, Irene Pagano, Alissa Burger, Emma Hallock, Amira Shokr, Carina Stopenski, Jacob Babb, and Isaiah Frost Rivera.
Cover art by Andrew Foley
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