L. J. Zapico reviews Un Refugio para los Condenados, the Spanish translation of Shelter for the Damned
“The story, in its last third, plunges into dark depths, with touches of cosmic horror and weird , finishing off its construction of adolescent obsessions, parent-child relationships and youth psychology.”
Audio adaptation of “Exhumation” released on Unwanted Things podcast
“Today’s story is about a man who returns home for a funeral, and after being faced with a repressed memory, things get a little… Tricky.”
3Q’s Special – Mike Thorn shares his superpower!
Mike Thorn answers author Steve Stred’s questions.
Walden Pond Books includes Shelter for the Damned and Darkest Hours on list, “Truly Terrifying Horror Books You Should Know About”
Peel Back and See reviewed on Final Women: Horror from a Woman’s Perspective
“While his first collection was great fun, this one shows his growth as a writer, and I feel like a lot of these stories are going to stick with me for a long time. If you haven’t read Thorn’s work this is the perfect place to jump on. I can’t wait to read what he writes next.”
Read the full review on Final Women: Horror from a Woman’s Perspective.