Monthly Archives: April 2014

Ragbone, by James Hogg

Ragbone is a poem written by James Hogg, a graduate of the University of Sunderland. He has remained actively involved in the Spectral Visions community I pull my cart through the streets unnoticed by those who pass by as I … Continue reading

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An Interview with Dr Alison Younger

Stephanie Gallon interviewed Dr Alison Younger. Dr Younger is a literature lecturer at the University of Sunderland. Her specialties are in the Medieval, Gothic, monstrosity and the discourse of the gentleman in the 19th century. In that past year, she … Continue reading

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Project Shadow Case File: Patient 17, by Kieran Stott

Project Shadow Case File: Patient 17 is a short story written by Kieran Stott, a second year English and Creative Writing student. It was written especially for the blog. ‘Identify the colour of this block.’ ‘Green’ ‘Patient 17, can you … Continue reading

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Disturbance, by Nicola Rooks

Disturbance is a poem written especially for this blog by Nicola Rooks, a second year English and Creative Writing student at the University of Sunderland. My death was disturbed,Loneliness into light.My darkness was disturbedby his delightful bite. My death was … Continue reading

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