The Nature of Bees

This month marks the 9th annual Women in Horror Month and to celebrate we’re publishing a story and an interview with Priya Sharma. “The Nature of Bees” appears in Sharma’s forthcoming collection from Undertow Press, All the Fabulous Beasts. Vivien Avery came into her summer late. She blossomed at the age of thirty-eight, a time when most women […]

Weird Beauty: The Weird Fiction of Tanith Lee

While Tanith Lee (1947−2015) is mostly known as a fantasy writer, much of her short fiction existed in that interstitial region between genres. Not quite horror, or fantasy, her work in this mode would most comfortably fit in the weird tale category. Lee’s ‘weird’ fiction had a distinct gothic tone, and was often underscored by her eccentric […]

Women in Horror Month

February 2017 marks the 8th annual Women in Horror Month. Over the years, Weird Fiction Review has supported countless women writers in the weird fiction community by publishing fiction and nonfiction pieces by and about women authors. To celebrate the 8th annual WiHM, we’ve compiled a list of some of our favorite horror short stories we’ve […]

Women of the Weird

Some of you may be familiar with my Women to Read: Where to Start series over at SF Signal. Basically, I point out women whose work you should be reading, and recommend a starting place for their work. I was delighted when Weird Fiction Review invited me to contribute a special edition of my column to their site, focusing […]