Delirium Corridor Event

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DELIRIUM CORRIDOR is an anthology of fifteen stories of psychological suspense, altered states, noir crime, and the surreal. Brought to you by curator Max Talley and Santa Barbara Literary Journal’sBorda Books, Delirium Corridor features local authors as well as workshop leaders and attendees of the Santa Barbara Writer’s Conference. Beginning with that first step down the Delirium Corridor, many twists and turns await.
 
THE READERS -
 
MAX TALLEY

Max Talley’s fiction and essays have appeared in Santa Fe Literary Review, Fiction Southeast, Vol.1 Brooklyn, Gravel, Atticus Review, Litro, and Entropy. His near-future novel, Yesterday We Forget Tomorrow, was published in 2014, and he teaches a writing workshop at the Santa Barbara Writers Conference and Santa Fe Workshops. www.maxdevoetalley. Com

M. M. DE VOE

M. M. De Voe writes interstitial fiction and poetry. Her work is included in the 2019 anthology The Twisted Book of Shadows, which won a Shirley Jackson award. She has won top prizes in fiction, and co-wrote a sci-fi musical produced in NYC. Founder of the literary nonprofit Pen Parentis, she lives in Manhattan. www.mmdevoe.com

 

FRED WILLIAMS

Fred Williams is a retired natural bodybuilder. An awarded poet, his short story was published in the Santa Barbara Literary Journal, and his novel Scramble is now available. FredCreates.com

 

TREY DOWELL

Trey Dowell’s acclaimed novel The Protectors was published by Simon & Schuster, and his short stories have appeared in a number of places, including Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine. His Santa Barbara Writers Conference workshop on crafting a strong query letter has become immensely popular. www.treydowell.com

Event date: 
Wednesday, January 13, 2021 - 6:00pm to 7:00pm
Event address: 
Virtual Event
Santa Barbara, CA 93105
Delirium Corridor: A Dark Anthology Cover Image
$17.59
ISBN: 9798682336654
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Published: Independently Published - November 25th, 2020