Karina Halle: Read Experiment in Terror, a great classic X-Files-esque horror series with distinctive characters. And a lot of sex.
Brian Harmon: Read Rushed and the Temple of the Blind series for some fantastic dreamlike, psychosexual, delving-into-the-subconscious adventure tales.
Jack Connor: Read Nightmare City and his other steampunk stuff. Wonderful. Two words: Clockwork zombies!
Dylan J. Morgan: Read pretty much anything! The Dead Lands is great sci-fi/horror and his vampire/werewolf stuff it spectacularly brutal.
Kenneth W. Harmon: Read his real-life experience uncovering the mystery of a ghost that haunted his family. I have only been able to read excerpts so far, but I love it! An ex-cop, his writing is hard-boiled and straightforward.
This time of year always makes me contemplate our fascination with darkness. Does it make us feel braver to face horrors? Luckier than the poor victims who meet such cruel ends? Is it cathartic to flirt with the darkness within? Wickedly satisfied to indulge a fantasy of violence and power? Perhaps all of these things. Whatever, the reasons, I'm not arguing. I love it all. Happy Halloween!