The History, Present, and Future of Cosmic Horror
Mary SanGiovanni offers a comprehensive talk on cosmic horror—what it is, how it's evolved over the last century, what seminal works should be read, and where it's likely to go in the future.
Date: June 24th, 2023
Time: 1:00 PM Eastern
Skill Level: All
Length: 90 minutes
Expectations: Audio required. Video is preferred, but not necessary.
After the workshop is completed, you will be provided a digital packet containing lecture materials and any pertinent resource links should the instructor provide them.
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Instructor Bio: Mary SanGiovanni is an award-winning American horror and thriller writer of over a dozen novels, most recently Alien: Enemy of My Enemy, Things Left Behind (co-written with Brian Keene), The Everywhere House, and others, as well as numerous novellas, short stories, comics, and non-fiction. Her work as been translated internationally. She has a Masters degree in Writing Popular Fiction from Seton Hill University, Pittsburgh, and is currently a member of The Authors Guild, The International Thriller Writers, and Penn Writers. She was a co-host on the popular podcast The Horror Show with Brian Keene and her own podcast-turned-blog on cosmic horror, Cosmic Shenanigans, and is currently a co-host of The Ghost Writers Podcast. She has the distinction of being one of the first women to speak about writing at the CIA Headquarters in Langley, VA, and offers talks and workshops on writing around the country. Born and raised in New Jersey, she currently resides in Pennsylvania, with her husband, Brian Keene, and their cats.
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