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How the HWA Helped My Career: Jonathan Maberry

My name is Jonathan and I write horror. I know, it sounds like the kind of thing you’d admit to at a meeting. Or maybe after taking an oath in court. Or, maybe something you’d tell a priest as part of your dying...
2015 Scholarships for Members

The Horror Writers Association (HWA) is pleased to announce two annual scholarships – the Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley Scholarship; and The Horror Writers Association Scholarship, each worth $2500. Submissions for 2015...



Bram Stoker Award® Updates
Dark Regions Press Sponsors Bram Stoker Awards® Banquet 2015

The Horror Writers Association (HWA) is pleased to announce Dark Regions Press as Supporting Sponsor for the Bram Stoker Awards® Banquet, which is part of the Bram Stoker Awards Weekend and 25th Anniversary World...
Video Interview with Don D’Auria

The HWA interviews Bram Stoker Award nominee Don D’Auria of Samhain Publishing. Don D’Auria has worked in publishing for twenty-five years, most recently as executive editor at Leisure Books, where for fifteen...



roundtable
Horror Roundtable 16: Horror History 101

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Horror Roundtable 15 – Sexism in Horror

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Poetry
In September: “A Spotlight on Sandy DeLuca”

☢ Continuing to look closer at the poets nominated for the 2014 Bram Stoker Award, this month’s Poetry Page shines a spotlight on Sandy DeLuca, who was nominated along with poet Marge Simon for Dangerous Dreams, from...
In August: “Bruce Boston’s Dark Roads”

☢ This month’s Poetry Page shines a spotlight on Bruce Boston. His collection, Dark Roads, was nominated for the Stoker this year. Bruce’s poetry and fiction have appeared in hundreds of publications, including...



organization news
Self-Published Works Accepted for Membership Qualification

The HWA’s referendum on including self-published work in membership qualification for our Active and Affiliate levels closed on July 23. The referendum passed by a significant margin. The changes apply from July...
Brad C. Hodson Promoted to Full-Time Admin

The Horror Writers Association is pleased to announce we have appointed our first full-time employee! Brad C. Hodson, currently our part-time Administrator, will commence full-time in the role on August 1. In addition...



blog
Halloween Haunts: Sweets in the Darkness by James Chambers

Around this time of year, an image of Halloween comes to my mind. It’s a Halloween that never quite occurred and likely never will. It lives in my imagination, defined by oblong shadows stretching beneath Bradburyesque...
How the HWA Helped My Career: Jonathan Maberry

My name is Jonathan and I write horror. I know, it sounds like the kind of thing you’d admit to at a meeting. Or maybe after taking an oath in court. Or, maybe something you’d tell a priest as part of your dying...

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Self-Published Works Accepted for Membership Qualification



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