The Terror of Knowing
What This World Is About
Thanks to Nightworms for letting me say a few words about Let Me Out I’ve Had Enough, my first published collection of shorts. Most of these stories are published here for the first time. The few which have been published before have been given some nips and tucks and a bit more shine.
Inside you’ll find dark works with speculative elements. A couple of stories could be labeled sci-fi, most that would be labeled horror. Despite their differences,...
I received “The Hobgoblin of Little Minds” free from the author. Thank you! I gave this book 5 stars. Let’s discuss why.
What if mental illness was not a disadvantage, but rather a sign of superiority?
This is the main question posed in Mark Matthews’ new book, “The Hobgoblin of Little Minds”. This story is a departure...
I’m happy to announce that the release date of The Hobgoblin of Little Minds has been moved up. Rather than February, it is now Thursday, January 28th, 2021
This is the first full moon of the year, also known as the Wolf Moon—the night when villagers can hear wolves in the distance howling the loudest, aching with hunger, hunting for prey during the coldest of nights.
*Ahh-Whooo! The Werewolves are...
Night Worm Reviewer, Beth Griffith interviewed Mark Matthews for Night Worms
Are you a fan of Mark Matthews? Well, I am! I am much too antisocial to make an actual fan club, but I put aside my crippling anxiety and epic awkwardness to interview him and find out the juicy details on all the topics tumbling around in the back of my mind. Mark took my fan-girling in stride and sent back some truly insightful replies to my questions. (Please note: This interview has been edited for length.)
The Tao of Horror
By Mark Matthews
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Thanks to Nightworms for letting me blab for a bit about horror on their blog.
And I’m gonna blab about the Nightworms catchphrase: “where horror is our happy place.”
How the hell can horror be a happy place? Because in a sense, I hate horror—the trauma, the unjust suffering,...