Sunday, January 27, 2019

LOHF Weekly News For January Week 3

LOHF NewsWe have a new feature here at the LOHF.  Every Sunday the LOHF will be posting a roundup of any news that comes across our feeds that is relevant to the LOHF and the Women’s Horror Community.  If you have a news item that you would like to be featured in the round up please email

LOHF Organization News

January 8th The Ladies of Horror Fiction opened the submission process for the LOHF Awards. Here is the link for more information:

February is Women in Horror Month so you know that the LOHF is going to be working on a few projects for Feb. The first if the #lohfreadathon being hosted by Emily over at Book.happy and Alex over at Hey Little Thrifter. As Alex hosts a you tube channel she has put together a video about the readathon as well as some some suggestions.

If you aren’t following Alex you are totally missing out!! Make sure you give her a follow at @heylilthrifter. Make sure that you participate in the #lohfreadathon it is going to be amazing.

The Next Ladies of Horror Fiction Read-along starts on Sunday, February 3rd. The book that we are going to be reading is The Between by Tananarive Due. Here is the link to the reading schedule.

Community Wide Readalong: The Between

We are also going to be hosting another instagram challenge for Women in Horror Month. Here are the prompts that we are going to be using:


If you would like to participate just take a picture of a Horror Book written by women that you believe encompasses the prompt of the day. Uploaded it to Instagram or twitter and use the #ladiesofhorrorfiction hashtag.  We love seeing all the photos of the books!!

LOHF Community News

One of our favorite reads of 2018 has been released in Spanish. Which means even more people get to read Gwendolyn Kiste’s beautiful words.

If you are interested in diving into Horror Movies that are directed by Women but don’t know where to start have a look at this:

Now you have no reason not to watch horror movies directed by women!!

If you have a love of Victorian Ghost stories written by women Melissa Makala has put together a really great list of Victorian Ghost stories so Head over to Sublime Horror and have a look.

Ghost stories by Victorian women, a reading list chosen by Melissa Edmundson

This is all the news for this week!! If there is anything that we missed please let us know.




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