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Links to writing, both fiction and non-fiction, on Folk Horror and its related areas.

  • A New Title from Wyrd Harvest Press – Fleet by Jane Burn - New from Wyrd Harvest Press ~ Fleet by Jane Burn “Fleet is a ‘weltersong’ of desire and otherness. An epic saga of shapeshifting enchantment and an all too familiar drama of longing, banishment, abuse, survival and love. Jane Burn brings her unique vision, wild wordplay and stunning image-making to the evocation of the folklore of […]
  • The Dark Masters Trilogy, A Review - The Dark Masters Trilogy comprise of a trio of novellas from acclaimed horror writer Stephen Volk, a member of the select group of Welsh writers alongside Arthur Machen, whose work is held in the highest esteem within horror circles. Volk is most famous for his scriptwriting work on Ken Russell’s Gothic, and above all else […]
  • The ancient streets too dead for dreaming….. (a book review) - The ancient streets too dead for dreaming – interview and review by Jim Peters `It was the morning a scarecrow ran across the field and got tangled up in the fence that I realised the game was really up.’ Any book of tales that includes one that starts with these opening lines and claims to […]
  • Recording our own ghosts; a review of ‘A Year In The Country – Wandering Through Spectral Fields, Journeys in Otherly Pastoralism, the Further Reaches of Folk and the Parallel Worlds of Hauntology’ - Grey Malkin For nearly five years the A Year In The Country project has been diligently producing field reports from the more haunted and folk horror inclined borderlands and wyrder areas of popular culture. Transmitting via their regularly updated webpage and issuing audio relics in the medium of themed compilation CD/ downloads featuring such artists […]
  • Witch Cults T-Shirt Now Available to Preorder. - The news that our rather wonderful new Folk Horror Revival – Witch Cults shirt is now available to order has been received with great delight here at FHR towers. The admins are frothing at the mouth over the beautiful new design created especially for the event by Andy Paciorek and Cobweb Mehers, in conjunction with […]
  • Folk Horror Revival – Witch Cults Announcement. - After much anticipation we have arrived at our fouth announcement. We have two very exciting additions to our lineup for Witch Cults that will thrill and excite you all.   First up, I’m sure you will join us in providing a warm welcome to the lineup for one of the world’s most celebrated experts on […]
  • Book review: Some Dark Holler by Luke Bauserman - Ephraim Cutler is a 16 year boy, living in the backwoods of Appalachia in the aftermath of the American Civil War. His mother hasn’t been right since his father was killed in the war, killed by a Union bullet. She blackmails him into taking revenge by killing an innocent Yankee, so Ephraim, forced to choose […]
  • Folk Horror Revival Presents Winter Ghosts, Whitby December 2017 - (Folk Horror Revival Presents Winter Ghosts 2017) Folk Horror Revival Presents Winter Ghosts 2017 Folk Horror Revival presents Winter Ghosts Where better to spend an engaging winter’s evening in the compan… Where better to spend an engaging winter’s evening in the company of the Folk Horror Revival group, than in the beautiful coastal town of […]
  • Two Occult Biographies - A review of Austin Osman Spare: The Life and Legend of London’s Lost Artist (Phil Baker, Strange Attractor Press, 2012) and Madeline Montalban: The Magus of St Giles (Julia Phillips, Neptune Press, 2015) The chances are, you are more likely to have heard of Austin Spare than you have of Madeline Montalban. Saying you’re into […]
  • Strange Lands: A Field Guide to the Celtic Otherworld - Strange Lands: A Field Guide to the Celtic Otherworld by Andy Paciorek~ Strange Lands is a deeply researched and richly illustrated information guide to the entities and beasts of Celtic myth & legend and to the many strange beings that have entered the lore of the land through the influence of other cultures and technological […]
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