Tag Archives: writing horror

Where I’ll Be: DragonCon 2023

Active Diversity: Making Your Story Matter to More People *Extra Fee Workshop* Description: Diversity in writing (and reading) matters, but why, and how does an author achieve it? What is a sensitivity reader, when might you need one, and how … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Mike Baron on Horror Comics

Literature is the best medium for horror, and comics are the worst. Literature succeeds because of the power of words to suggest, to take you ninety percent there, and leave that final ten percent up to you. The horror we … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Catherine Lundoff Talks About Gothic Horror And Me

This Sunday, Catherine Lundoff will be teaching a class that’s particularly apropos for this Halloween-laden month, on one of my favorite flavors of horror: gothic fiction. She talks about some of the influences that have brought her to gothic fiction, … Continue reading

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