Whether it's about dealing with metaphorical or literal monsters, the heart of horror stories lies in the sense of dreaded anticipation. How does one heighten this sense of dread with the mere use of words?
How to Write Horror is a six-hour crash course in the genre. You'll learn how to make horror vivid in the reader's imagination all throughout the process of conceptualization, planning, and execution. The course includes discussions on how fear works in different levels, how to develop the horror atmosphere, and how to keep your reader engaged.
Minimum age for this workshop: 15 years old
Live (face-to-face) class duration: 6 hoursOnline class duration: 7 days
How to Write Horror is taught by Dr. Joem Antonio, an eight-time winner of the Don Carlos Palanca Memorial Awards. He has a Ph.D. in Creative Writing from UP Diliman and is currently the Program Director of the MA Humanities program at the University of Asia and the Pacific.
We conduct our online classes using Google Classroom, Docs, and Meet. All coursework (text lectures and writing exercises) are available at the start of class and are meant to be accomplished at the student's own pace within the class duration. The class includes one call with a personal writing coach and a Q&A video chat with Dr. Joem, but availing of these is optional. Those who submit all required writing exercises will receive a digital certificate. Students aged 8-12 are required to have a parent or guardian to assist going through coursework. More info >>
October 31-November 6, 2020 (Saturday-Friday)
₱3,400 (₱2,400 if paid on or before Oct. 30)*
Live (face-to-face) Classes
Note: Live class schedules are subject to government regulations. Should these schedules not push through, paid registrants will be automatically transferred to the corresponding online class.
- No live class schedules for this course -
*Minors, full-time students, employed or licensed teachers, homeschooling parents, persons with disabilities, and senior citizens are automatically given a 20% scholarship after presenting documents as proof.