A Ghost Read of The Haunting of Hill House

Thanks to spooky writer and all around creepy person, Jennifer Itell, for letting me share. Classic ghost stories make the best horror.

http://lighthouseblog.org/2014/11/06/lit-matters-tips-for-reading-shirley-jacksons-the-haunting-of-hill-house/

 

Jennifer Itell teaches creative writing at University of Denver and periodically facilitates writing workshops at Lighthouse Writers Workshop in Denver. Her fiction and creative nonfiction have appeared in 5280: Denver’s Mile-High Magazine, Redbook Magazine, StoryQuarterly, South Dakota Review, Cimarron Review and Women’s Studies Quarterly.  She’s currently at work on a series of short stories about motherhood.  She works on these stories when she’s not chasing after her son Alex, who’s nearly two and recently decided that he no longer needs to nap.  – See more at: http://www.literarymama.com/contributor/jennifer-itell#sthash.LbH3mBVa.dpuf


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A Ghost Read of The Haunting of Hill House — 1 Comment

  1. Jim, I just followed your “pingback” and saw this! I didn’t know what a pingback was. How cool! You are of course one of the people I was talking about, saying, What??? You haven’t read Hill House yet. I feel honored to be called a creepy person by one of the best. : )

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