Women in Horror – Celebration across the Internet

February 28, 2014 at 2:34 am (horror, Links, writing) (, , , , )

With only a couple of days left for WiHM, I thought I would share some links to great sites also celebrating wicked women writers out there. Here is a small list I’ve compiled:

http://www.examiner.com/article/february-is-women-horror-month-92-horror-authors-you-need-to-read-right-now – this has been edited to 93 since posting. I was fortunate to have been included on the list.

http://www.graveyardshiftsisters.com/2014/02/its-black-history-women-in-horror-month_24.html – this is a great site that celebrates black women in horror and their fans. Sumiko Saulson offers a sizable list of women of colour involved in the genre and is planning an anthology that explores their work http://sumikosaulson.com/2014/02/19/nineteen-more-black-women-in-horror-writing-list-3/

Annie Neugebauer’s post really impressed me, with her powerful voice and message –http://annieneugebauer.com/2014/02/17/why-women-in-horror-month-is-important/

Rob McBlaze does a great job of showcasing female horror writers on his blog (he was kind enough to include me last February) – http://www.blazemcrob.com/ as does the Jezri’s Nightmares blog, starting February 1st with Lindsay Goddard – http://www.lisamccourthollar.com/2014/02/women-in-horror-lindsey-goddard.html

And of course, I can’t forget the official WiHM site at http://womeninhorrormonth.com/

There are plenty more out there, too many to list here, but if the topic interests you try browsing around a bit. It’s uplifting to see so many sites applauding female contributions to the horror genre.

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