As adults, most of us revisit these movies no longer as part of the horror genre, but instead as a nostalgic indulgence; as the last group of teenagers who came of age by VHS, the ‘90s teen horror cycle resurrected by Scream symbolizes our collective coming-of-age experience.
JoinedJune 22, 2020
Erica Hoffmeister is originally from Southern California, but now lives in Denver where she teaches college writing and media literacy. She is the author of two poetry collections: Lived in Bars (Stubborn Mule Press, 2019), and the prize-winning chapbook, Roots Grew Wild (Kingdoms in the Wild Press, 2019), but considers herself a cross-genre writer. She has had a variety of short fiction, creative nonfiction, poetry and articles published in various journals and magazines such as Drunk Monkeys, Motherly, Suspect Press, Crab Fat Magazine, and Flash Fiction Magazine. She is obsessed with pop culture, cross country road trips, and her two daughters, Scout and Lux.