Technically, I'm a little late with this one - yesterday being Halloween and all - but is there ever really a bad time to discuss horror? Considering that Stephen King's Full Dark, No Stars actually comes out next week, a full 9 days after ye old Feast of Samhain, I'm guessing the answer is a resounding NO. :)
Even if that weren't the case, there is certainly never a bad time to discuss LGBT fiction, and if the genre happens to be horror . . . well, so be it!
On that note, Dark Scribe Magazine has the first part of an interesting discussion on Queer Horror now available on their website. The roundtable discussion includes such eminent horror authors as Robert Dunbar, Chad Helder & Vince A. Liaguno (Unspeakable Horror: From the Shadows of the Closet), Michael Rowe (Queer Fear and Queer Fear 2), and Lee Thomas (The Dust of Wonderland).
Check out the full article here
and be sure to keep an eye out for Part 2.