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An Eerie Virtual Evening with Lindsay Merbaum & Jess Landry
Join us for a special virtual evening with two exciting writers of weird / horror fiction: Lindsay Merbaum, author of The Gold Persimmon (Creature Publishing), and Jess Landry, author of The Mother Wound (Independent Legions Publishing) and co-editor of There is No Death, There are No Dead (Crystal Lake Publishing). They will be joined in conversation by author Joanna Graham.

Lindsay Merbaum is a queer feminist author and high priestess of home mixology. After graduating from Sarah Lawrence College, she earned her MFA in Fiction from Brooklyn College, where she was a recipient of the Himan Brown Award. Her award-nominated short fiction has appeared in PANK, Anomalous Press, The Collagist, Epiphany, Gargoyle, Day One, Harpur Palate, and Hobart, among others. Her essays and interviews can also be found in Electric Literature, Bustle, Bitch Media, The Rumpus, and more. Lindsay lives in Michigan with her partner and cats. The Gold Persimmon is her first novel. Visit her website for more information on her work.

From the day she was born, Bram Stoker Award-winner Jessica Landry has always been attracted to the darker things in life. Since then, Jessica’s fiction has appeared in many anthologies and in her debut collection, The Mother Wound, which includes her Bram Stoker Award-winning short story, “Mutter,” and her Shirley Jackson Award-nominated novelette, “I Will Find You, Even in the Dark.”

Host Joanna Graham is a Winnipeg writer, reader and bookseller. She holds a master's degree in creative writing from the University of East Anglia, and her short fiction has appeared in The Shadow Over Portage & Main, The New Fantasmagoriana and is forthcoming in OnSpec magazine. Outside of her role as manager of community programs at McNally Robinson Booksellers, she reads and writes as much as she can. She is particularly drawn to unique works of horror, speculative fiction and any piece of literature likely to make your skin crawl.

Oct 29, 2021 07:00 PM in Winnipeg

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