BALTICON TODAY: ASIAN HORROR AND OTHERNESS

Several of the Black Cranes gather to discuss promoting diverse voices, and how cultural backgrounds affect our fiction. Sign up for the entire convention is FREE… details here. Come check out all the great events. I’ll try to come back and update this with a summary after the event, so check back.

Friday, May 28 at 10 pm EST: “Otherness” through the Lens of Asian Horror
Lee Murray (moderator)Geneve FlynnAngela Yuriko SmithRena Mason
Bram Stoker Award® winner Black Cranes, Tales of Unquiet Women is a recent anthology featuring horror fiction by female writers of Southeast Asian descent, exploring the cultural and familial tensions of the authors’ unique backgrounds. Contributors to this anthology will discuss the horror genre’s role in opening dialogue and promoting diverse voices. (in schedule)

About Angela Yuriko Smith

Angela Yuriko Smith is an American poet, author, and publisher with over 20 years of experience in newspaper journalism. She is a Bram Stoker Awards® Finalist and HWA Mentor of the Year for 2020. She co-publishes Space and Time, a publication dedicated to fantasy, horror and science fiction since 1966. Join the community at spaceandtime.net
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1 Response to BALTICON TODAY: ASIAN HORROR AND OTHERNESS

  1. Marge Simon says:

    Drat! I missed y’all panel discussion! I missed getting schedule ahead of time. I am a failure!!

    I hope you had a large audience — I’m sure it was a super panel, Angela!

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