We will be presenting this event virtually, using Zoom. RSVP here.
Join us for a special virtual event spotlighting three writers as they discuss the process of writing their impressive debut horror novels, their respective paths to writing, and their future writing plans.
The conversation will be moderated by Danielle Trussoni, who reviewed these authors's titles in the Summer Reading issue of the New York Times Book Review. (Read the reviews here.)
Rachel Harrison was born and raised in the weird state of New Jersey. She received her bachelor's in Writing for Film & Television from Emerson College. After graduating, she worked on TV game shows, in publishing, and for a big bank. She lives in Rochester, NY with her husband and their cat/overlord. This is her first novel.
Molly Pohlig graduated from James Madison University with a BA in English, and from University College Dublin with an MA in Film Studies. She is the associate editor for Vogue Knitting magazine, and has written humorous pieces and personal essays for Slate, The Toast, Racked, and The Hairpin. Originally from Virginia, she currently lives in Brooklyn.
Elisabeth Thomas grew up in Brooklyn, New York, where she still lives and now writes. She graduated from Yale University and currently works as an archivist for a modern art museum. This is her first novel.