Where the Wild Words Are: Horror

Artist: Kaaron Warren

Where the Wild Words Are is a series of events designed to inspire writers away from their desks and reveal some of Canberra’s best-kept secret writing spots. In this special edition of Where the Wild Words Are, local horror writer Kaaron Warren, winner of the Shirley Jackson Award for outstanding achievement in the literature of psychological suspense, sheds some mood lighting on her favourite writing prompts and helps you spin some spine-tingling tales. BYO torch.

 

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