What turns a good scare into a good story? Join this introduction to horror and explore how the landscape of fear can heighten the emotional impact of writing. Through activities and discussion we will examine suspense, tension, fear, and other genre elements that keep readers (and editors) engaged.
Ethicist, poet, and speculative fiction writer E. F. Schraeder is the author of two poetry chapbooks, most recently Chapter Eleven (Partisan Press). Schraeder’s work has appeared in Birthing Monsters, Terror Politico, Mobius: The Journal of Social Change, Mystery Weekly Magazine, The Feminist Wire, and other journals and anthologies.