Table of contents for The horror readers' advisory : the librarian's guide to vampires, killer tomatoes, and haunted houses / Becky Siegel Spratford, Tammy Hennigh Clausen.


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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction and Acknowledgements
1. The Evolution of Horror Literature and Film
2. The Readers' Advisory Interview: Matching Horror Novels with Readers
	
Sub-genres
3. The Classics: Time Tested Tales of Terror
4. Ghosts and Haunted Houses: Home Scream Home
5. Mummies, Zombies, and Golems: The Walking Dead Under Wraps
6.Vampires: Dracula Will Never Die
7. Werewolves and Animals of Terror: The Beast Walks Among Us
8. Monsters and Maniacs: The Killer Lurking in the Corner
9. Black Magic, Witches, Warlocks, and the Occult: Double, Double, Toil and Trouble
10. Demonic Possession and Satanism: The Devil Inside
11. Biomedical and Scientific Horror: The Doctor Will See You Now
12. Psychological Horror: Mental Mayhem
13. Splatterpunk or Extreme Horror: Horror's Cutting Edge
14. Horror Resources: How to Hunt for the Haunted
15. Collection Development: Cultivating the Seeds of Fear
16. Marketing Your Horror Collection: Make Them Come Back to Your Lair of Horror
Appendix- The Big Three
Bibliography
Index




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Fiction in libraries United States, Libraries United States Special collections Horror tales, Readers' advisory services United States, Horror tales Bibliography