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Salem Horror Fest Will Be Online This Year And They Want You To Pitch Your Ideas


(Featured Image: Salem Horror Fest / David Dembowski)

As reportd by Bloody Disgusting, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this year’s Salem Horror Fest will be a virtual event, and they are asking for the help of horror fans to do it! This year’s event will be crowdsourced, so they are asking for excited horror fans to pitch their creative works!

Set for this October, they let it be known to share your ideas, whatever form they may take. They want you to pitch your articles, films, panels, podcasts, and more!

The event has this amazing piece of art done by Salem Horror Fest artist David Dembowski.

Salem Horror Fest is just the latest event that has had to move online because of COVID-19 concerns. They have made it known that to keep the spirit of the Halloween season alive and to create a unique festival, the event will be focused on the community this year. A powerful sentiment given the state of the world.

Head over to Salem Horror Fest’s official site to submit your pitch. Stay tuned this October for when the event goes live!


(Source: Bloody Disgusting)

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