Trigger Warnings and Content Advisories in Literature

Broken, Mirror, shattered, glass, carmilla, voiez, indie beginning, episode, six, trigger, warningShould Trigger warnings and Content Advisories be included in literature? (Click link to listen in the background) Are they helpful for readers or detrimental to authors? Today we discuss this topic while reviewing reviews left for last weeks featured story, Impatient for Death, A Love Story. Our host Marie has a conversation with the story’s author, Carmilla Voiez, on why the author has chosen to include trigger warnings before certain stories. This story and many other tales of the macabre can by found in Carmilla Voiez’s collection Broken Mirror and Other Morbid Tales.
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