Horror Addicts Guide to Life 2 is Here!

Sumiko Saulson

Calling All Horror Fans!
HorrorAddicts.net Press Presents: 

Do you love the horror genre? Do you look at horror as a lifestyle? Do the “norms” not understand your love of the macabre? Despair no longer, my friend, for within your grasp is a book written by those who look at horror as a way of life, just like you. This is your guide to living a horror addict’s life.

Our month-by-month almanac with important dates, movie lists, puzzles, crafts, articles, and recipes will guarantee your whole year is occupied with delightful horror activities. Don’t miss our monster guide with articles about vampires, zombies, ghosts, and some creatures that just can’t be categorized. Enjoy interviews with creators of horror content and hear perspectives from different cultures and backgrounds. Read stories of real hauntings, nightmares, and vile vacations.

Allow us to curate your horror lifestyle.

With articles by: A. Craig Newman, A.D. Vick…

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My essay is in “It Came From The Closet: Queer Reflections on Horror,” edited by Joe Vallese

Sumiko Saulson

Remember last year when a bunch of us went to see Nia Da Costa’s Candyman? I’m really happy to say that my essay about the movie (which includes talking about that particular group outing) is one of those included in It Came From The Closet: Queer Reflections on Horror, edited by Joe Vallese. It is an honor to be include amongst such greats as Carmen Maria Machado. This wonderful cover artwork is by Braulio Amada.

I am happy to announce that my essay “Centered and Seen,” a reflection on the 2021 Nia Dia Costa film Candyman (based on the short story “The Forbidden” by Clive Barker) and the intersection of Blackness and Queerness, is one of those included in It Came From The Closet: Queer Reflections on Horror, edited by Joe Vallese. Available for pre-release purchase, it is to be released on October 3, 2022 on Feminist Press.

Through the…

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