Jul 22, 2022 | 3:30 pm

BCAF Ethnogothic Panel at San Diego Comic-Con


BCAF to Host The Ethnogothic: Horror and Conjure in Storytelling panel at San Diego Comic-Con.

The rise of ethnogothic literature has served as fertile ground for increasingly popular, literary works, feature films and drama series. The co-creators of the term, Stanford Carpenter (Black & Brown Comix Arts Festival; the University of Chicago Oriental Institute) and two-time Eisner winner, John Jennings (Abrams Megascope), will be in conversation with an all-star panel, including Tananarive Due (UCLA; Horror Noire; The Keeper, Megascope), Steven Barnes (UCLA; The Keeper, Megascope), and Lea Anderson (Fangoria), in discussing the history and the emergence of Black horror as a genre, its impact on popular culture, and the way in which Black horror is used as a speculative space for thinking and imagining the future.


Room 26AB, San Diego Convention Center, 111 W Harbor Dr, San Diego, CA 92101

paid ticket required

registration required

Tickets available on Comic-Con.org