This is one of the courses that makes me love teaching as much as writing. My students routinely go on to publish stories workshopped here, which makes me happy.Magic realism, Gothic weird, bizarro, slipstream… let’s face it, what fiction, at its heart, isn’t weird AF? Here is a peak into what I mean. Plus, you’ll be supporting LitReactor, a family of writers that’s been the backbone of our community for more years than I can remember. Places filling fast.
My article dropped at LitReactor. This was fun to write. In his introduction to Best American Sci-fi and Fantasy, Joe Hill writes: My awe, though, was not merely a reaction to Bradbury’s thrilling ideas. It was just as much a response to the shock of his sentences, the way he could fold a few words…
Looking forward to this live workshop. Sydney’s f/sf writers: I know you’re there. Come hang out. Be with your people a couple hours a week for six weeks. It’ll be the making of you, promise. Do you harbor a love of the fantastic, whether science fiction, horror, weird crime, urban fantasy, steampunk, magic realism and…
April 4. Always a good time mixing things up at LitReactor.
Weird horror instilsl a kind of terror in the reader, but the kind of terror where the fever dream is not so much to defeat It, as to see It, touch It. Make It stick. Because without It, what are we?
Still some places left, but it sold out last time, so jump in while you can. Can’t wait to meet the whole class, read everyone’s work, and get into some writing.
Over half full. Getting pumped for this. Looking forward to meeting my students.