Letting the Horror Creep In

Seminal New Yorker, Ira Levin, gets the reprint treatment from e-publisher Open Road Media. Books like Rosemary's Baby, which takes place in the Dakota building on Central Park West - a Gothic edifice, horrifying in its own right - altered the landscape of literary horror. "Rather than everyday life stopping and being taken over by horror, it's more like horror creeping into people's lives and into the world" says Jared Levin of his father's work.