Steph Grossman’s fiction has appeared in Hobart and Joyland, and her narrative nonfiction has appeared in The Masters Review and Paste Magazine. Recently an excerpt of her novel was shortlisted for The Masters Review’s 2020 Flash Fiction contest. She’s worked in publishing at Simon & Schuster, Penguin Random House, and JSTOR, and currently lives in the Austin area, where she’s pursuing an MFA at Texas State University. She’s also the co-host of the Basement Girls Horror and Whatnot podcast and is the Public Relations Manager for Porter House Review. Follow Steph on Twitter and Instagram at @stephygrossman.
Content by Steph Grossman
The Future of Dark Fiction is Bright: On “Monster, She Wrote” by Lisa Kröger and Melanie R. Anderson
BY Steph Grossman
Lisa Kröger and Melanie R. Anderson’s Monster, She Wrote is an enchanting and necessary exploration of how horror has evolved since the seventeenth century—a genre that has made a fierce, subversive comeback in today’s publishing landscape. And women are at the center of it all.