The Language of Fear: a Women in Horror Guest Post with Harli V. Park

My very first guest blog guys. I’m so excited, it looks so good. ;w;

JULIE HUTCHINGS

TODAY’S BREW: Mocha something from Target

(this part) by Julie 

A self-described squid, this talent-tentacled force somehow manages to cohesively put her work into the world through so many ways, I don’t even know how I can give her justice. Harli’s blog (click here) gives you plenty to dive into, but follow her on Instagram and where I found her, Twitter because she is a veritable whirlwind of art and subconscious brilliance come to life.

The Language of Fear 

By 

Harli V. Park 

 

The entirety of fiction is based around the Known.  

I’m sure its expected that as a horror writer, you think I meant the unknown and that’s just a type. Nope. The known and how we compartmentalize it is something that has and always will be staple in how we as writers create. The best part of being a writer is translating the known with our…

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