Episode 182: How to Write Folk Horror

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This week, Angeline looks at the growing popularity of the folk horror genre, and discusses all the elements required to write a great folk horror story.

She talks about the importance of setting, the necessary plot elements, as well as the main characters required, and what happens in the end.

This is the perfect episode for anyone wanting to know more about this flourishing subgenre of horror.

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