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The Advocate Mag Dives into the Talent Behind Episodes “Bag Man” and “Elliot” of Two Sentence Horror Stories

January 12, 2021

“In this conversation, Goldman and Joynt are joined by queer executive producer Liz Levine; queer Latinx writer Stephanie Adams-Santos; and the series creator Vera Miao, the queer Asian-American powerhouse behind the entire show. They talk about the language of monsters, the metaphors between horror and queerness, filming in Canada during a pandemic, and what it means to pair a real-life trope (like racism and homophobia) with a horror tradition (like demonic possession and ghost stories) and why that’s necessary in 2021.”

Two Sentence Horror Stories, a series inspired by viral fan fiction, is an award-winning, original scripted horror anthology series. Each standalone story taps into the expansive world of the horror genre, pressing universal primal fears filtered through the anxieties of the most connected and racially diverse generation.

Season 2 premieres January 12th on The CW and will be streaming the episodes for a limited time on CW.TV. Explore more about the series on our page!

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