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Friday, October 18 • 7:00pm - 7:50pm
The Horrible Renaissance

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Between new Netflix shows and the popularity of filmmakers like Jordan Peele, how is the horror landscape changing? Are we seeing any change or revitalization in novels and short fiction? How are new voices shaping and reinvigorating the genre?

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DongWon Song

Literary Agent, Howard Morhaim Literary Agency
DongWon Song is an agent at Howard Morhaim Literary Agency representing science fiction and fantasy for adults, young adult, and middle grade readers as well as select non-fiction. He was formerly an editor at Orbit, a product manager for an ebook startup, and has taught as an adjunct... Read More →
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Regina Hansen

Regina Hansen is Master Lecturer at Boston University's College of General Studies. She publishes and presents on horror, religion and film, Neo-Victorianism and rhetoric. Her publications include Supernatural, Humanity and the Soul (with Susan George), Roman Catholicism and Fantastic... Read More →
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Christian Baines

Christian Baines has written on travel, theatre, film, television, and various aspects of gay life, factual_x000D_ and fictional. Some of his stranger thoughts have spawned novels, including queer urban fantasy series_x000D_ The Arcadia Trust, the horror novella Skin, and Puppet Boy... Read More →
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David Demchuk

David Demchuk has been writing for print, stage, digital and other media for nearly 40 years. His debut horror novel The Bone Mother won the 2018 Sunburst Award in the Adult Fiction category, and was nominated for the Scotiabank Giller Prize, the Amazon First Novel Award, the Toronto... Read More →


Friday October 18, 2019 7:00pm - 7:50pm EDT
Salon D - 20 seats