Lessons On Camp and Queerness from ‘American Horror Story’
Madison Montgomery never stops performing. She is at once person and persona.
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Michael Colbert is an MFA student at UNC Wilmington, where he’s working on a novel-in-stories about bisexual love, loss, and hauntings. He writes a column on horror films for No Contact, and his writing appears in Electric Literature, Gulf Coast, and Atlas Obscura, among others.
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