Musings: Invisible Disabilities in Horror for YA Readers

From ML’s Circulation Desk, By Kirsten Disability is one way that monsters are created in the horror genre. Monstrosity is usually expressed visually, though, especially in the classic texts– think The Phantom of the Opera, the Hunchback of Notre Dame, Mr. Hyde of Jekyll and Hyde fame. Or if we don’t actually see the disfigurement, […]

Musings: 6 YA Horror Series You Could Be Reading

From ML’s Circulation Desk, By Kirsten I was over at Dread Central and they had posted a list of 5 horror series you should be reading, and it’s an interesting list. Inspirational, even. So I’m going to thank them for the idea and offer you a list myself of YA series you should read, if […]