Queer Horror Panel: Ever Dundas, Bibi June and Jonny Sims

Sunday 25th September
1 - 2 pm BST

King's College Conference Centre
, University of Aberdeen King's Campus 

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What makes for queer horror? Join award-winning creators Jonathan Sims, writer and narrator of horror fiction podcast The Magnus Archives, Bibi June, co-creator of queer horror podcast Folxlore, and horror and sci-fi novelist, Ever Dundas, author of Goblin, as we discuss what makes queer horror what it is.

Jonathan Sims is a writer, performer and games designer whose work primarily focuses on the macabre, the grotesque, and the gentle touch of creeping dread. He is the mind and the voice behind the multi-award-winning Horror fiction podcast The Magnus Archives. His first book, Thirteen Storeys, a novel of social terror in the heart of London, is out now from Gollancz, with his second due to be released in October.

 

Bibi June is a poet and performance maker whose work focuses on queerness, climate justice, and post-apocalyptic stories. They work as a producer on spoken word and immersive performances, and their creative works span from poetry to games to theatre. They are co-creator of award-winning queer horror podcast Folxlore.

 

Ever Dundas is a queer crip writer who lives in Edinburgh. Her novel Goblin, about the pet massacre and an outcast girl growing up in WWII London, won the Saltire First Book of the Year Award 2017. Ever’s second novel, HellSans, a sci-fi thriller featuring queer women anti-heroes, has disability as a central theme and will be published 11 Oct 2022 by Angry Robot.