This event takes place at our Brooklyn location.
We celebrate the creepy spirit of the season with a cast of friends including Ryan Britt, Tobias Carroll, Laird Barron (The Beautiful Thing That Awaits Us All), John Langan, and Livia Llewellyn!
Ryan Britt will discuss a creepy selection from the New York Review of Books; Tobias Carroll will read and discuss work by Thomas Ligotti; Laird Barron reads from The Case Against Satan; John Langan reads a new work inspired by Ligotti; and Livia Llewellyn reads original weird fiction.
RSVP encouraged, but not required.
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"I want to be like John Langan when I grow up, okay? He blends meticulously crafted traditional narratives with joyous genre-bending and narrative rule-breaking. His stories are fiercely smart, timely, timeless, heartbreaking, and of course, flat-out scary.