Pleasure is one part of the aesthetic experience of fiction; another part is terror. Or at least mild unease. In this workshop, we’ll consider the craft of writing weird fiction: stories that incorporate elements of horror and the supernatural, in order to astonish, delight, and sometimes frighten their readers.
All levels welcome!
SOURCE: Center for Fiction
Location: Center for Fiction, Brooklyn
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