State College of Florida
Venice Campus | SELBY ROOM Building 800
8000 S. Tamiami Tr., Venice, FL 34293
Thursday, November 5th, 2015 | 12:30pm
State College of Florida – Venice Campus will host horror author Michael Arnzen’s public talk on subversive reading, called “Story Shadows.” The event is free and open to the public on Thursday, Nov. 5th at 12:30 in the Selby Room, Building 800, on the SCF-Venice campus.
Alligators optional, manatees mandatory.
This event is part of a larger “Arts and Letters Day” hosted on the SCF campus. Celebrating reading the gnostic past, the bittersweet birth of the blues and sensual delights of contemporary horror fiction, the event is sponsored by the SCF Venice departments of Language and Literature and Art, Design and Humanities, along with the Swamp Scribes. The theme of this year’s event is subversion, or questioning the dominant order. Read the SCF press release for more details.
For more upcoming Arnzen appearances, visit the main event listing at gorelets.com