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H.P. Lovecraft

H.P. Lovecraft: Analyzing a Writer

The fears of H.P. Lovecraft spawned concepts of cosmic horror, centering around the idea that humanity’s place in the universe means nothing in the face of forces beyond our control.

Dan Simmons

Dan Simmons The Terror (2007): A Review

In the year 1845, the British Naval ships HMS Erebus and HMS Terror set out under the command of Captain Sir John Franklin to discover the Northwest Passage in the Arctic. The two ships never returned from the voyage.


Banned Books of Horror

Horror touches the most intimate parts of humanity, exposing their weaknesses and leaving them simultaneously vulnerable and empowered.