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Out in the Dark: Interviews with Gay Horror Filmmakers, Actors and Authors Paperback – November 9, 2013
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"... writer-director-sassy bon vivant Sean Abley handles the whole queer horror loving vibe ... with his essential new book Out in the Dark: Interviews with Gay Horror Filmmakers, Actors and Authors... Above all, the passion and strength of all these creative individuals shines through, a testament to their own inner drive and Abley's fun, incisive questions." - Brian Kirst, Big Gay Horror Fan
Sean Abley's Out in the Dark: Interviews with Gay Horror Filmmakers, Actors and Authors is a complete education. It's both for those who know a bit about queer horror and those looking to get informed. Talking to Hollywood queer genre royalty and underrated fringe contributors alike, Fangoria's Abley (of the newly resuscitated "Gay Of The Dead"!) manages to pack dollups of camp - and much research! - into this new, delightful resource. -Ross Tipograph, Campblood.org
About the Author
Sean Abley is a playwright, screenwriter and columnist. His writing has appeared in The Advocate, Unzipped, and Fangoria. He lives in Los Angeles with his husband, Matt, and their two cats.
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It is Gay of the Dead that led to Sean compiling the interviews for Out in the Dark. Through Sean’s discussions with many different talented men, this book has something for everyone: gay horror fans, gay horror artists, and those looking to break into acting, filmmaking, or writing. It's also a great resource for lovers of indie horror and b-movies and those wondering where all the gay characters are in horror fiction.