Subcutaneous Magazine Issue 1 - Page 63

SubQ Recommends Author and works recommendations The Subcutaneous community is a small, albeit thriving, one with talented writers and artists who share a common love of the horror and sci-fi genres. Those in the SubQ Facebook Group have created a space online to freely express their interests and showcase their talent with one another. Here are a few author and book recommendations by these talented members of the group. To join the community, go to Favorite authors and beloved works (in no particular order): Orson Scott Card (sci-fi) -- "Ender's Game" (now a film adaptation) and its sequel, "Speaker for the Dead" H.P. Lovecraft (horror) -- "The Call of Cthulu," "The Statement of Randolph Carter," "The Shadow Out of Time," "At the Mountains of Madness" Edgar Allan Poe (horror & sci-fi) -- "The Raven," "The Tell-Tale Heart," "The Cask of Amontillado" Neil Gaiman (horror & sci-fi, fantasy) -- "Coraline", "American Gods," "Anansi Boys," "Neverwhere," "The Sandman" comic book series Phillip K. Dick (sci-fi) -- "A Scanner Darkly," "The Man in the High Castle," "Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?" Hugh Howey (sci-fi) -- the series "Silo," sci-fi series "Wool," sci-fi series "Sand" Tony Burgess (horror) -- "Pontypool Changes Everything" (now a film adaptation) and the whole "Pontypool" series Joe Hill (horror & sci-fi) -- son of Stephen King, most notably "Horns" (now a film adaptation) and "Heart-Shaped Box."