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Introduction to Latinx Heritage in Horror 2022

Introduction to Latinx Heritage in Horror 2022

Intro to Latinx Heritage in Horror by Rosemary Thorne

Things are looking great for the Latinx Horror community in 2022, and here is some proof of it. Apart from being nominated Bram Stoker Award for “Best Horror Novel for the second time,” Cina Pelayo delivered a great edition of the “2022 Souvenir anthology,” and will be Guest of Honor at StokerCon Pittsburgh 2023. Concurrently, Gabino Iglesias’ last novel has made it to The New York Times, confirming Spanglish is trendy and “barrio noir” a valid subgenre.

Many other Latinx authors are paving the road and accomplishing goals in the States …

Congratulations 2022 Scholarship from Hell winner Tracy Cross and Virtual Winner Rosemary Thorne!

Congratulations 2022 Scholarship from Hell winner Tracy Cross and Virtual Winner Rosemary Thorne!

The Horror Writers Association is pleased to announce its 2022 Scholarship from Hell winner, Tracy Cross!

Tracy Cross’s work has been featured in several podcasts, including ‘Nighty Night with Rabia Chaudry (advocate and author of the New York Times bestselling book “Adnan’s Story”). She also has had several stories published in mass-market anthologies. She is hoping to publish her first book, Rootwork, a folk horror homage to her late grandmother, in 2022. She describes her writing as “exciting stories with breadcrumbs” that lead the reader to an unexpected and rewarding ending. She lives in Washington, DC, is a …

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