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Horror Stories

  • Nashville Public Library 615 Church Street Nashville, TN, 37219 United States (map)

Hook hands, moonlight, and rumblings from the deep. Who doesn’t love a scary story? In this workshop, we’ll learn about the building blocks of horror narrative and try different techniques for upping a story’s fear factor. Then we’ll mine the dark corners of our imaginations and have fun trying to scare each other.

This is a free writing workshop intended for high school students. Students of all backgrounds and skill levels are welcome. Registration is open. Sign up here:

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/horror-stories-tickets-43964296394

Joe Kane is the Program Director of SLANT. Before moving to Nashville, Joe taught creative writing in Detroit Public Schools as a writer-in-residence of the Inside Out Literary Arts Project. His poems and stories have found homes in a number of magazines, including  RHINO ,  Elimae ,  theEEEL ,  Clapboard House ,  The Splinter Generation ,  Cricket Online Review ,  Central Review , Psychic Meatloaf ,  Temenos ,  Right Hand Pointing , and  Admit2 .

Joe Kane is the Program Director of SLANT. Before moving to Nashville, Joe taught creative writing in Detroit Public Schools as a writer-in-residence of the Inside Out Literary Arts Project. His poems and stories have found homes in a number of magazines, including RHINOElimaetheEEELClapboard HouseThe Splinter GenerationCricket Online ReviewCentral Review,Psychic MeatloafTemenosRight Hand Pointing, and Admit2.

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