StokerCon 2022 Session of Horror University


The HWA and StokerCon are pleased to release our StokerCon 2022 Horror University schedule.


REGISTRATION IS OPEN NOW!


Taking place on May 12-14, during StokerCon 2022, at The Curtis Hotel in Denver, Horror University presents nine workshops for horror writers interested in refining their writing, learning new skills and techniques, or exploring new markets. Full descriptions, instructor information, and registration links are available on the StokerCon 2022 website (https://www.stokercon.com/horror-university) and in the Horror University School on Teachable: https://horror-university.teachable.com/courses/category/stokercon-2022. These in-person workshops offer unique opportunities for intensive, interactive sessions with publishing professionals and some of the most interesting voices in horror. Registration is $50 per workshop, with discounts available for four-workshop and nine-workshop bundles. Look for the discount codes on the Horror University page of the StokerCon 2022 website. The StokerCon 2022 Session includes:


AFRO-SURREALISM IN HORROR, with Instructor JOHN EDWARD LAWSON

Thursday, May 12, 4 p.m. MDT


WRITING AND STORYBOARDING FOR HORROR COMICS, with Instructor SUMIKO SAULSON

Friday, May 13, 9 a.m. MDT


NO ONE WANTS TO READ YOUR SCRIPT, with Instructor BRAD C. HODSON

Friday, May 13, 11 a.m. MDT


YOUR BOOK IS YOUR BUSINESS, with Instructor ELIZABETH COPPS

Friday, May 13, 1 p.m. MDT


CHARACTERIZATION THROUGH DIALOGUE, with Instructor MAURICE BROADDUS

Friday, May 13, 3 p.m. MDT

ENGAGING AUTHOR READINGS: HOW TO SELECT AND PRESENT YOUR WORDS TO AN AUDIENCE, with Instructors TEEL JAMES GLENN and CAROL GYZANDER

Saturday, May 14, 9 a.m. MDT


KIDLIT 101: UNDERSTANDING THE CHILDREN'S FICTION MARKET, with Instructor FLEUR BRADLEY

Saturday, May 14, 11 a.m. MDT


YOUR CORNER OF THE CRYPT: FINDING YOUR NICHE IN HORROR, with Instructor TIM WAGGONER

Saturday, May 14, 1 p.m. MDT


THE MASTER PLOTTING CRASH COURSE with Instructor JOHN SKIPP

Saturday, May 14, 3 p.m. MDT

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