Women in Horror by Selah Janel

It’s become a fact of life that fear follows you as a woman. Fear of safety, fear of getting something wrong, fear of misinterpretation, fear of being labeled, fear of failure (because it can follow, because it could feasibly affect everything else you do forever), just plain fear. I grew up well aware of my place […]

Open Call: Black Magic Women Anthology

The first of the new year brings us the beginning of something great. Mocha Memoirs Press and horror author, Sumiko Saulson, have come together to celebrate African American women’s contribution to horror as well as Women in Horror Month. We’re looking for 20 short horror stories between 3,500 and 5,500 words in length, by black […]