Body horror and glamour intersect to form a monstrous and bloodthirsty being that is both threatening and elegant.
Salma Elhandaoui was born in Morocco with a desire to achieve her dreams despite any obstacles that she may face. As she discovered the world of literature and art and became more globally conscious, she immersed herself in investigative journalism, contemporary literature and climate change activism. Now, she’s managing her own climate change campaign, as well as Dynarrative, an online literary magazine and community where writers have the creative freedom to explore their passions in multiple genres.
Favorite Authors & Artists
Adele, Harper Lee, Lorraine Hansberry
I’m a young female with the desire to achieve my dreams despite any obstacles coming my way. As I discovered the world of literature and art and became more globally conscious, I immersed myself in investigative journalism, contemporary literature, climate change activism, and neuroscience. Since long ago, I’ve been exploring the intersectionality of horror and science-fiction by writing mind boggling stories, poems, and plays to create an everlasting impression on the readers.
In the first episode of Eternal Discourse, a podcast centered on complex social issues, Salma and Ashley cover the Stanford Prison Experiment, the unethical psychological demonstration conducted by professor Philip Zimbardo in 1971.
A human female refugee records her perceptions of a universe controlled by unethical robots while anticipating an attack from blood-thirsty vampires that want to destroy humankind and AI beings alike.