KAREN THOMPSON WALKER
Midway through Karen Thompson Walker’s The Dreamers, a novel about a contagion that spreads throughout a California college town, she describes a lesson discovered at an inopportune moment: “…how disease sometimes exposes what is otherwise hidden. How carelessly it reveals a person’s private self.”
Reading this, I found myself thinking of how horror—good horror, anyway—can operate in fiction ...
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