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Logan Noble

A Slice for Delilah

Published Nov 22, 2020 · 2,062 words (8 minutes) · 69 views

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Happy Thanksgiving! As you dig into dessert, how about a cake filled-horror story? Delilah hates her birthday, so she will be spending it alone in a beautiful suite. But there is something out there that won’t let that happen...

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Ashley E Deng

Body Horror and the Other

Published Nov 5, 2020 · 1,464 words (6 minutes) · 74 views

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A conversation about body horror and othered bodies.

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Ashley E Deng

Environment, Atmosphere, and Autonomy

Published Oct 19, 2020 · 1,892 words (7 minutes) · 83 views

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If you're a big fan of horror movies and video games, you might find that exploring horror in fiction is... weirdly slow. Why does horror change so drastically across mediums?

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Ashley E Deng

Horror, Aesthetics, and the Abject

Published Oct 12, 2020 · 1,578 words (6 minutes) · 94 views

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Horror's aesthetic is iconic, bleeding into not just the visual aspects of the genre but the way that stories are approached. So what makes it so effective?

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Ashley E Deng

An Introduction: The Dance of Fear and Empathy

Published Sep 21, 2020 · 1,440 words (6 minutes) · 86 views

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The introduction to my series of essays - Horror, Revisited - which examines the ways in which horror functions on the level of mechanics, themes, and the visceral.

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Holly Lyn Walrath

Darkness & Light

Published Jul 2, 2019 · 922 words (4 minutes) · 2 likes · 2 views

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This is a repost of a guest blog I wrote for the Horror Writer's Assocation. We don’t set out to write a “dark” poem. I think we purveyors of darkness simply see the world around us with a bit more clarity. We see the dark side of reality and unreality for what it is. We are looking for the abyss because we want to look into its body and find the truths that are hidden there...

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