This week we take a look at the HORROR genre.
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Season 2, Episode 5: The Horror Genre and Coraline
We continue our exploration of genre with a little help from Neil Gaiman. Because who else can we turn to when we need a horror story for kids? Nora and Sue dive into what makes something a horror story by taking a look at Neil Gaiman’s “Coraline.” Horror for kids! What fun!
Things we mention that you should check out:
- Our mailing list! Sign up today and you’ll get cool subscriber only perks like bonus material and artwork, including an advance copy of my forthcoming novel, The Cat, the Cash, the Leap and the List.
- Shawn Coyne and the Story Grid. There’s a whole story grid universe: website, book and two podcasts: The Story Grid and the Story Grid Editors Roundtable.
- The five leaf Genre Clover, or as Nora likes to call it, the Genre Flower.
- Coraline by Neil Gaiman.
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