February’s Finale: Four Female Ghosts and Why They’re Scary
I’m very thankful I could participate in the New England Horror Writers’ Women in Horror Month blog series! “Wandering Women: Four Types of Female Ghosts and Why They’re Scary” examines why creatures like La Llorona, the churel, preta and the noppera-bo send us running for the hills. You can read it here: http://nehw.blogspot.com/2017/03/women-in-horror-month-finale.html
“Wandering Women” is the final installment in the February series. The other six posts are here:
Part 1: Morgan Sylvia examines identity in Go Ahead. Make My Day.
Part 2: E.A. Black tells tales of her experiences with E.A. Poe in Baltimore (can we say “girl after my own heart?”)
Part 3: Elaine Pascale explains How WIHM Saved This Final Girl…
Part 4: Juss Stinson offers advice for fledgling horror writers.
Part 5: April Hawks shares thoughts on Women in Horror month and the horror writing community.
Part 6: Christa Carmen addresses February’s Women in Horror Month as a platform to explore the dreaded question: Do you believe in writer’s block?
Posted on March 3, 2017, in Ghost Stories, News and tagged churel, E.A. Black, hungry ghosts, La Llorona, Morgan Sylvia, New England Horror Writers, onyru, preta, suicide ghost in Lake Placid, Women in Horror Month. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.
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