Aigner Loren Wilson: Spooky Storytime!

Please join us on Halloween afternoon with local author Aigner Loren Wilson. Aigner will be reading from her collection of haunting short stories and spooky poetryThis is an exciting storytime celebration of all things haunting and spooky. Note: While there is no cursing or swear words in the Aigner's works, these are not necessarily stories for young children! 


The Halloween season is a joy and terror for all no matter size, shape, or color. Horror stories are made to evoke the dark spirits within us and remind us of the monsters lurking next door. The selected stories and poems will feature sarcastic ghosts, murderous sons, haunted houses, possessed children, and more. The published poem ‘christine’ inspired by the real life events of the Hulme-Parker murder case that shook New Zealand in the 50s and shattered the young author Anne Perry’s life. 



Aigner Loren Wilson is a PNW writer originally from the Jersey Shore whose love of speculative fiction propels her through her everyday life. Her poetry, fiction, and nonfiction has appeared or is forthcoming in Arsenika, Mythcreants, Terraform, Nightlight, and more. She is a volunteer associate editor for the award-winning magazine Strange Horizons and horror podcast Nightlight, and is also a member of the Codex Writers Group. Currently, she is working on a novel, the endless submission grind, and becoming a better writer than the day before. To read more of her work, visit her website

Event date: 
Thursday, October 31, 2019 - 4:30pm to 5:30pm
Event address: 
509 E 4th Ave
Olympia, WA 98501
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