News Horror Gothic Lifestyle Fiction Movies Books and Literature Dark TV VIP Horror Professionals Professional Writing Tips Links Gothic Forum
Home » brian hodge You are browsing entries tagged with “brian hodge”

Stoker Awards Nominees

stoker awards

The Stokers have announced the nominees. There are a lot of really excellent dark writers nominated. would like to especially wish luck to Brian Hodge, Caitlin R. Kiernan, Ellen Datlow, G. O. Clark, J. G. Faherty, Lisa Morton, Marge Simon, Maria Alexander, and Thomas Roche tomorrow night. No matter who wins, the real winners […]

| | Read More » Panel of Experts: BDSM in Horror

panel of experts bdsm in horror

Question: Does a storyline seem more or less frightening to you, when BDSM themes are included, such as those in Hellraiser or Ichi the Killer? Some of us find BDSM imagery aesthetically pleasing or erotic and some of us find it unappealing or dull. However, we nearly universally feel that, no matter what the elements […]

| | Read More » Panel of Experts: First Fright Panel of Experts First Fright Horror Fear

Question: What was the first movie or book or television show that scared you? We are a motley bunch with both some pretty disparate and even shocking influences and some very real commonalities. Some of the answers here are eye-openingly unique and some are horror classics. Given that the question is about the first media […]

| | Read More »

Unitasking – Pro Writing Tip from Brian Hodge

How often do you write and how do you find the discipline and time to write? Tips? I’m working on something every day, just about, but that’s often nonfiction, as well. You have to set up block time and make it a priority, treat it as sacrosanct. Guard it, if necessary. For most people it’s […]

| | Read More »

Brian Hodge

Brian Hodge

Bootlegger. International assassin. Rakish pilot of vintage British fighter planes. Explorer of far Eastern lands and opener of a new spice route to the West. None of these terms has ever been applied to Brian Hodge, an oversight he deeply resents. He is, however, content to be known as a pretty good raconteur. raconteur, n. […]

| | Read More »