Brenda S. Tolian is a Southwestern Gothic Horror writer from Southern Colorado. She is an active member of the Denver Horror Collective, Horror Writers Association, and the Horror Writers Guild. Her work has appeared in Haunted Mtl the Anthology 101 Proof Horror, Consumed Tales Inspired by the Wendigo, and Twisted Pulp Magazine. She also writes and is published academically on subjects ranging from postmodernism to Nabokov. She has presented Southwestern gothic short stories and creepy academic topics at the Southwestern Popular/American Culture Association Conference. Additionally, Brenda will deliver academic work at Stoker Con within the Ann Radcliffe Convention this May. Her thesis Blood Mountain is currently under committee review at Regis University—a collection based within the hauntingly beautiful San Luis Valley she calls home.
A listing of all workshops taught by Brenda S Tolian: