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Here, you'll find links to talks and interviews.
Crime Writers Week - Author Talk with Mary Kay McBrayer
ProWritingAid hosts Crime Writers' Week, 2022. Below, you can find some important information and special offers: Join our exclusive Crime writers' Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/prowritingaidcrimewriters Get 30% off ProWritingAid yearly or lifetime: https://bit.ly/CWWOffer Find slides, links and replays on the Crime Writers' Week Hub: https://prowritingaid.com/crime-week/hub Learn more about Mary Kay McBrayer: https://www.marykaymcbrayer.com/
Author Talk for Dunedin Public Library True Crime Book Club, with Mary Kay McBrayer
Talk and Q&A for Dunedin Public Library's True Crime Book Club with Mary Kay McBrayer, author of AMERICA'S FIRST FEMALE SERIAL KILLER: JANE TOPPAN AND THE MAKING OF A MONSTER Book for sale at these retailers: IndieBound: https://bit.ly/30ohtHI Barnes and Noble: https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/americas-first-female-serial-killer-mary-kay-mcbrayer/1133216565 Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Americas-First-Female-Serial-Killer/dp/1642502073
Mary Kay McBrayer / Inversions of Horror Tropes in Robert Eggers' Film The Witch
In this short presentation at DePaul University's Pop Culture Convention: A Celebration of Slashers, Mary Kay McBrayer talks about how Robert Eggers' film, The Witch, evokes much of its horror through inverting traditional slasher film tropes. Some of them that she talks about are... 1. The Final Girl (obviously) 2. The Man's Existential Crisis (of the occult film) 3. The Terrible Place 4. Twins
ENGL 1101 student led discussion demonstration
My ENGL 1101 students have an upcoming project in which they lead a discussion over a film in a small group. They chose this film (their primary text) over which they will write their final research essay from a list I provided. One objective of facilitating the discussion is to crowd- source for ideas to use in their essays, so in this demonstration, I isolated three different essay topics. Using the three topics shows how they can move among the topics while facilitating in a group. This assignment both prepares them to write their individual essays and satisfies the oral presentation component of ENGL 1101.
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