The Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley Scholarship — Horror Writers Association

When I was in my early teens, probably fifteen or sixteen, I recorded a movie from TV called Gothic (1986), directed by Ken Russell. The film presents a fictionalized account of what may have happened on that fateful weekend during the summer of 1816. Lord Byron (Gabriel Byrne) invited his fellow Romantic poet Percy Shelley (Julian …

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Why The Fetishization of Young Writers Continues

Addition: I was planning to post this a few weeks ago and thought it would be fitting timing to release my write-up now as Chuck Wendig recently posted an article emphasizing that writers can write at any age. As he states, "You gotta do the work. That's true whether you're 16 or 60." Wise words that we …