MonsterClass LIVE Horror Author Roundtable Events: April 29-May 1

April 25, 2021

Weird Little Worlds Press is excited to announce MonsterClass, an after-hours LIVE author event featuring the illustrious authors from “Humans are the Problem: A Monster’s Anthology” beginning Thursday, April 29 through Saturday, May 1. This series of after-hours conversations comprise a mini-conference about the state of horror, how it has influenced some of the most talented horror authors today, and where horror fiction is going.

THURSDAY, APRIL 29TH (10PM ET) – THE LONG AND SHORT OF HORROR FICTION

Featuring: Michaelbrent Collings, T.J. Tranchell, and L.H. Moore
Join horror masters Michaelbrent Collings, TJ Tranchell, and LH Moore as they talk about how horror is infiltrating both small and big screens, the difference in creating long and short-form horror fiction, and their dark influences.

FRIDAY, APRIL 30TH (11PM ET) – DREAD, SUSPENSE, AND THE FANTASTIC FEAR OF THE UNKNOWN

Featuring: J.H. Moncrieff, John Langan, and Lisa Morton
Award-winning horror and suspense authors J.H. Moncrieff, John Langan, and Lisa Morton talk about why psychological horror, spiritualism fiction, and suspense still give us the creeps.

SATURDAY, MAY 1 (10PM ET) – MONSTERS, MONSTERS, EVERYWHERE

Featuring: Gabino Iglesias, Sarah Read, Philip Fracassi, and Gemma Files
The hottest names in horror fiction dish all about why we’re still afraid of monsters—both human and inhuman—and how monsters in fiction are changing. Also, they answer that age-old question: are vampires sexy, scary, or both?
See you there! 

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