Events & Appearances
Sley House Presents
Trevor sits down to talk to Emily Ruth Verona, the author of Midnight on Beacon Street, a novel now available from Harper Perennial. Emily shares about her experience with anxiety and OCD and how that experience reflects on the characters in the book, as well as what compels her about character-driven fiction. Trevor and Emily both talk a bit about the babysitter subgenre of thrillers and horror, and about how her novel approached telling a story with heart and authenticity.
Ghoulish Podcast Network
Our Stories / Our Shelves: Creative Writing Workshop
6:30 PM EST on August 16, 2024
Emily will be doing a workshop on Mental Health and Genre Fiction at the Bloomfield Public Library in Bloomfield, NJ. She will discuss her own relationship with mental health as well as representation, lead a writing exercise, and talk about her upcoming novel Midnight on Beacon Street.
June 15-18, 2023
Emily will be appearing on two panels at Stokercon in Pittsburgh, PA this year! You can hear her talk at"Self Care for Horror Writers" on Thursday and "Horror Westerns" on Saturday. She will also be doing a reading on Thursday from her winter 2024 novel Midnight on Beacon Street.
JEWISH HORROR 101: Virtual Celebration of THE JEWISH BOOK OF HORROR
8 PM EST on Sunday, November 28, 2021
Emily is one of the contributors who will be speaking during this free event celebrating the release of The Denver Horror Collective's new anthology The Jewish Book of Horror. She'll talk about Purim, Jewish demons and her featured story, "A Purim Story".