Gateway Scares: Writing the YA Horror Novel
There are a lot of misconceptions about what young adult horror novels can and should achieve. In this OnDemand Virtual Conference session, Adam Cesare discusses structure, language, character, pace, craft, and how to tie all these elements together with themes and motifs that will speak to teens.
Adam Cesare is a New Yorker who lives in Philadelphia. His books include Clown in a Cornfield, Video Night, The Summer Job, and Zero Lives Remaining. He’s an avid fan of horror cinema and runs Project: Black T-Shirt, a YouTube review show where he takes horror films and pairs them with reading suggestions.