In this episode, we will delve into the horror genre and discuss what it means to be a horror author. Horror has been a popular genre for centuries, and it continues to captivate readers and viewers around the world. Today, we will explore the characteristics that define horror literature and what sets it apart from other genres.
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About This Podcast:
From the Office of Demonology & Regina's Haunted Library, Book Worms Horror Zine editors Regina Saint Claire and James Ippoliti offer tips on writing for the horror genre in order to help authors get published in the Book Worms Horror Zine.
A great zine needs great fiction and since we are seeking great horror fiction for Book Worms, we created this podcast to give authors advice for writing and submitting.
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