Horror and Dark Fantasy, by Women and in Translation

Two very useful reading lists here.

The first, Women of Horror, Dark Fantasy, and the Weird: A Recommended Reading List, lists tales, novels, and even poetry from those genres and looks intriguingly non-mainstream.

Then, a list of Horror in Translation from Rachel Cordasco, which again promises some unusual reading in translation from German, Dutch, Japanese, Spanish, Italian, and Swedish. Rachel Cordasco also has a website which specialises in Speculative Fiction in translation (I’ve added this link to the Related Links column on the right-hand side).

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Cat lover. 18C scholar on the dialogue and novel. Co-convenor OGOM Project
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