Monthly Archives: November 2014

Miss Jamie Spears at the International Gothic Association Blog

Miss Jamie Spears is a final-year PhD student at the University of Sunderland. Her dissertation ‘A Séance Room of One’s Own: Spiritualism, Spectrality and the New Woman in Late-Victorian Supernatural Fiction‘ is an interesting insight in to the sensational and … Continue reading

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A Clown with a Twist

As part of our Contemporary Media and the Gothic series, Jenah Colledge has done a character review of Twisty the clown, from the hit US show American Horror Story: Freakshow. Jenah is third year English and Creative Writing student. The … Continue reading

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Tate Langdon – The Loveable Murdering Rapist

As part of our Contemporary Media and the Gothic series, Holly Youell has done a character review of  Tate Langdon, from the hit US show American Horror Story. Holly is first year English and Creative Writing student. Things to look … Continue reading

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Call for Submissions!

We are looking for original Gothic pieces of fiction to publish in our new anthology, Spectral Visions: Grim Fairy Tales. Our previous anthology is on sale on Amazon right now. The theme is Gothic fairy tales. They can be horrifying, … Continue reading

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