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Delve Readers Seminar: “Real Women Have Bodies”: the grotesque in women writers’ short stories
January 25 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm$160
Genre-defying writers Carmen Maria Machado, Sayaka Murata and Bora Chung incorporate elements from fairy tales, horror and science fiction to give us lopsided but chillingly familiar scenes from our society. Whether in Machado’s rewriting of folklore in “The Husband Stitch”, Murata’s imaginings of a world where we eat dead people in “Life Ceremony”, or Chung’s nightmarish rendering of a body made of a woman’s excrement in “The Head”, these stories don’t shy away from body horror, rather choosing to dive right into the messy as well as the sometimes disgusting realities of being a human, and woman, in our world.
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Hannah Kim is currently earning her masters degree in Korean Studies from Yonsei University in Seoul, Korea. Her research interests include gender, romantic love, literature and translation. She is also a writer and musician.