Sunday night round up: 5 Scary Things on Wall Street Journal Speakeasy and Stephen King on Salon.com

Nothing is scarier than a Sunday night, of course. But Michael Calia over the WSJ Speakeasy asked me for a list of 5 Scary Things about Pop Culture. I have opinions.

5 Scary Things About Pop Culture, According to a Horror Novelist

At Salon.com I was asked for my reaction to Stephen King being awarded the National Medal of Arts.

“Stephen King’s influence on horror/weird fiction, heck, all fiction, is immeasurable,” says horror and fantasy writer Paul Tremblay. “The scope of his vision and the humanity of his wonderfully flawed and complex characters resonates and will always resonate with readers. He truly is an American Charles Dickens.”

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