Resources

The Gothic community is tight-knit and wonderful. Here is a list of other blogs and groups that you might find useful. If you would like to be featured, please contact us via facebook or twitter.

Current Research in Speculative Fiction

A postgraduate conference hosted by the University of Liverpool. It discusses research on horror, science-fiction and fantasy pieces of work. Their blog features their keynotes.

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Fantastika Conference

A creative writing conference hosted by Lancaster University. Fantastika includes steampunk, fantasy, horror, science-fiction, Young Adult and other such genres.

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Locating the Gothic

Locating the Gothic is an international conference which runs in October in Limerick, Ireland. It celebrates the Gothic as art, literature, folklore and location. There’s an interesting time to be had if you go.

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The Gothic Imagination

The Gothic Imagination is ran by the University of Stirling. It publishes articles, news stories, reviews and interviews. It’s a fascinating read.

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The International Gothic Association

The International Gothic Association has fought for many years to have Gothic included in education. They publish a prestigious journal, and the most respected of Gothic enthusiasts are all associates here. They’re always worth a read, and feature up-and-comers in the field on their postgraduate blog.

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The Irish Journal of Gothic and Horror Studies

An invaluable resource for peer-reviewed journal articles and reviews!

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The Manchester Centre for Gothic Studies

The Manchester Centre for Gothic Studies runs the Gothic Manchester Festival, as well as postgraduate networking days, a reading group and various classes.

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Twisted Tales

Twisted Tales promotes the best of horror and the Gothic. They do reviews on various texts and interviews with various authors. Their blog is a must-read for any fans of the genre.

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