Magazines & Blogs
Grim Magazine is the first publishing project by Anatomy of a Scream. Grim is a digital and print magazine that aims to showcase the voices of women and LGBTQ+ writers and creators. Every issue features essays, reviews, analyses, interviews, and short fiction contributed by a variety of talented and enthusiastic writers.
Stories for Ghosts is a blog created by avid horror lover Susannah. The aim of her blog is to acknowledge and appreciate what horror does best - which is to provide a powerful storytelling tool that allows us to reach a whole other level other genres find hard to achieve. Her blog posts educate and inform people of some of the best the horror genre has to offer in all mediums.
IG and Twitter: storiesforghost
Welcome to Anatomy of a Scream!
They are a female-run, queer-positive horror entertainment and lifestyle site offering news, reviews, analyses, and humor with a feminist perspective.
ENCAPSULATING MULTITUDES OF THE MACABRE AND HORRORS OF THE HUMAN PSYCHE, SUSPIRA DISSECTS SINISTER SUBJECTS THROUGH A FEMININE LENS. EACH THEMED ISSUE EXPLORES AN ARCHETYPE OF FEAR AND FASCINATION.
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House of Leaves Publishing presents a collection of writings exploring the cultural history of religion in horror cinema: Scared Sacred: Idolatry, Religion and Worship in the Horror Film. Bringing together leading film critics, historians, and writers, the book includes an introduction by author and theologian Professor Douglas E. Cowan, and foreword from actor and author Doug Bradley. Scared Sacred is due for release in February 2020 and this first edition run can be pre-ordered via our shop.
Seventh Row was founded in 2013 by Alex Heeney, our current Editor-in-Chief and President, as a place to house her writing on film and theatre with a focus on under-the-radar gems and in-depth analysis. In just six years, we’ve expanded to a staff of editors and writers from around the world, welcoming many new female voices. We’ve started to publish eBooks, which take what made Seventh Row special and turn it up to 11: deep dives into films and filmmakers in which the pieces, the film, and the filmmakers are in conversation with each other.