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Maria's Moon

It was supposed to be plainly fettileria.

I bought herbs derived from lust and soft touches of rigid skin. Some fruit extract and maybe some of my blood. 193 more words

Poetry

Review: Catherine Spooner’s ‘Post-Millennial Gothic: Comedy, Romance and the Rise of Happy Gothic’

As with my previous review, I have some feelings to get out first about this book. I liked it a lot and I’m somewhat anxious about reviewing a book written by my potential PhD supervisor. 1,278 more words

Gothic

My Cousin Rachel, by Daphne du Maurier

“No one will ever guess the burden of blame I carry on my shoulders; nor will they know that every day, haunted still by doubt, I ask myself a question which I cannot answer. 404 more words

2017 Reading Challenge

Last Dance

Like soft melodies, his echoes played a beautiful lullaby in her heart.

Eyes closed, arms lifted, in the darkness she danced.

A light moved and turned, its inner music guiding it. 157 more words

Love

ENERGY WEAPONS

WITCHs SHIELD

AN ADVANCED FORM OF MAGICK WHEN YOU NEED TO DO BATTLE

Sometimes we have to reach out and sear any Cabal Warlocks and Witches who would practice their Art against us… 484 more words

WITCHCRAFT

Wave Gotik Treffen Festival Preview

Images courtesy of Rose Noir Photography

In the first weekend of June, Leipzig in Germany plays host to the Wave Gotik Treffen Festival. Occupying the whole city and featuring art, music, performance and fashion, the 20000 attendees will be spoiled by around 200 bands, as well as exhibitions and clubs, all featuring the ‘dark family’ of the Gothic scene and spread across upwards of 50 venues. 216 more words

Music