Sadie Hartmann, otherwise known as Mother Horror on social media, writes horror fiction reviews and other content for Cemetery Dance and SCREAM Magazine as well as Goodreads, Amazon, Instagram and other social media platforms & publications like Tor Nightfire and Lit Reactor. She has also published articles and reviews at FANGORIA, Rue Morgue, Black Static, Splatterpunk Zine and HorrorDNA.
She is an Active, voting member of the Horror Writers Association and the co-owner of a curated, horror fiction, monthly subscription package called Night Worms.
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