Let's start with the blog, BIBLIOMANCY. This is Rolfe's forum to discuss the books and author that he cares about. Many horror blogs have large sections on movies, but as the name suggests, BIBLIOMANCY, is mostly focused on the written world of horror.
Here are some examples of things he has written about that are worth your time:
- An annotated list of his 10 most "interesting" reads of 2012
- An essay deconstructing Edgar Allan Poe's "Fall of the House of Usher" that includes a works cited! [Be still my beating librarian heart]
- An interview with the head of independent publisher Tartarus Press
Rolfe does not post frequently on his blog, but that is because he is the Associate Editor of the online magazine Horror Bound, a literary magazine primarily for horror fiction, but they also feature dark fantasy, noir, thriller, and speculative fiction. They include short stories, poetry, art, book reviews and interviews with top talent in the field.
They are not kidding about the top talent interviews. Currently, Horror Bound is featuring interviews with Joe R. Lansdale, Ramsey Campbell, and Gary Braunbeck!
So take a few moments to look through all that Jason Rolfe has to offer horror fiction readers and the librarians who assist them.
For past entries in this series click here for the Features Archive.