"Queer horror—the hottest new trend in publishing and also its longest overdue. Queer people have been weaving themselves into the threadwork of the horror genre for as long as it has existed. And though some of its lifeblood has trickled through in the shape of Clive Barker and the forgotten-by-time Carmilla, queer horror today takes ferocious, magnanimous form thanks to indie/small press publishers and the deliciously morose writers crafting through them. Who knows? Perhaps this trend will lead us to seeing horror books as Pulitzer prize winners or horror film performances finally awarded at the Oscars. Either way, bite into these books and bite hard for they are the heralding voices of the horrorocalypse that is, thankfully, coming for us all." — Bookseller Stacy Wayne D.
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