• LOHF Monthly Recap
    Monthly Recap

    March 2022: Monthly Recap

    The Ladies of Horror Fiction team celebrated Women in Horror Month in March with an #LOHFReadathon, #LOHFReadalong, and more which you can check out below! News and Announcements March New ReleasesEach month the Ladies of Horror Fiction team posts all of the books we are aware of that will be releasing during that month. April 2022 Readalong SelectionFor the April #LOHFReadalong, the members of the Ladies of Horror Fiction discord group selected The Other Black Girl by Zakiya Dalila Harris. Reviews What We’ve Been Reading #122 What We’ve Been Reading #123 What We’ve Been Reading #124 What We’ve Been Reading #125 What We’ve Been Reading #126 Special Topics YA/MG Horror…

  • Profile: Nicole Willson

    Nicole Willson lives outside of Washington, DC; this does not mean she wants to talk U.S. politics with you. She has been a frequent visitor to small coastal towns located along the Eastern seaboard but has yet to see anything truly alarming emerge from those waters, much to her disappointment. She’s hopeful that her lifelong aversion to eating fish or seafood might earn her a little mercy when the hungry ocean gods finally start coming ashore. Nicole’s debut horror/dark fantasy novel Tidepool will be coming out from Parliament House Press in early 2021. The novel was showcased in Pitch Wars 2017, where Nicole was mentored by Peter McLean. Nicole is…

  • Profile: Laura Lollie

    Laura Lollie is the pseudo name for two Tennessee grandmothers who became friends with what seemed to be parallel lives and many common interests, including writing and a love for psychological thrillers. Laura shared a book idea that she had been pondering over for years and after sharing the never before heard of details, it was on. Our first of a four part series, Personas, has now been published on Amazon. This fiction novel is a thrill ride of terror that is chocked full of true events of well known serial killers as well as our very own character, Ian Trahan, who is sure to become as popular as Hannibal…

  • Profile: Azzurra Nox

    Azzurra Nox was born in Catania, Sicily, and has led a nomadic life since birth. She has lived in various European cities and Cuba and currently resides in the Los Angeles area. She has a B.A. Degree in Letters – Classical Studies and an M. Ed. in Secondary Education. She’s always been an avid reader and writer from a young age, entertaining her friends with ghost stories. She loves horror movies, cats, dancing, and a good rock show. She dislikes Mondays and chick-flicks. Her latest works are “Good Sister, Bad Sister,” appearing in Betty Bites Back: Stories to Scare the Patriarchy and her Women in Horror Anthologies where she served…

  • Profile: Ashley Dioses

    Ashley Dioses is a writer of dark fantasy, horror, and weird poetry from southern California. Her debut collection of dark traditional poetry, Diary of a Sorceress, was released from Hippocampus Press in 2017. Her second collection of early works, The Withering, is forthcoming from Gehenna and Hinnom Books this year. Her poetry has appeared in Weird Fiction Review, Spectral Realms, Weirdbook Magazine, and elsewhere. Her poem “Carathis,” appeared in Ellen Datlow’s full recommended Best Horror of the Year Volume Seven list. She was also a nominee for the 2019 Pushcart Prize. She is currently an Active Member of the HWA and a member of the SFPA. She blogs at fiendlover.blogspot.com. Awards…

  • Profile: Donna J. W. Munro

    Donna J. W. Munro’s pieces are published in Dark Moon Digest #34, Flash Fiction Magazine, Astounding Outpost, Nothing’s Sacred Magazine IV and V, Corvid Queen, Hazard Yet Forward (2012), Enter the Apocalypse (2017), Beautiful Lies, Painful Truths II (2018), Terror Politico (2019), Burning Love, Bleeding Hearts (2020), Borderlands 7 (2020), Gray Sisters Vol 1 (2020), and others. Her upcoming novel, Revelations: Poppet Cycle 1, will be published by Omnium Gatherum in 2020. Contact her at donnajwmunro.com or @DonnaJWMunro on Twitter. Most Recently Published Work (as of September 2020) The title says it all. Who would think love could be so. . . dangerous? A mix of poetry and short fiction—love found, love…

  • Profile: T. C. Parker

    T. C. Parker is speculative horror writer currently based in the UK. Website | Twitter Featured Work A remote island. A group of prisoners. And an evil as old as time. Robin didn’t mean to break the law. Didn’t know at first what law she’d broken. And now she’s on her way to Salt Rock – a new-model prison for a new kind of criminal, way out in the remote Northern Isles of Scotland. On Salt Rock, she’ll meet other prisoners like her – men and women from all over the world, spirited away from the lives they knew for crimes they didn’t know they were committing. She’ll uncover the…

  • The LOHF Directory

    Welcome to the Ladies of Horror Fiction Directory! We can’t promise it’s a comprehensive list (though we do promise we’re trying our hardest to make it so!), but if you are looking to read more female authors in horror fiction and don’t know where to start, this should give you a great jumping-off point. Listed (last, first) alphabetically. Click on the word “Website” to be taken to their personal websites if they have one or their Goodreads author page if they do not. As time goes, we will slowly be adding profiles on the site about each of the women. When that happens, their names will be clickable. This list…