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Horror Convention: Reanimation

The concept of the dead returning to life is ancient, leading all the way back to the cave. Of course this was in a supernatural sense – the revenant, the zombie, the vampire, creatures caught between this world and the next. 380 more words

From the Desk of Bailey Poland: On Writing as Women

The following contribution comes from Bailey Poland, author of Haters: Harassment, Abuse, and Violence Online (Potomac Books, 2016). Bailey Poland is a writer, feminist, and activist, as well as the creator of the literary journal… 877 more words


Review: Heartless by Leah Rhyne

Publication: May 10th 2016
Publisher: Polis Books
Pages:  320 pages
Source: Bookmobile
Genre: Fiction, Young Adult, Contemporary, Mystery, Horror, Retelling, Science Fiction
My Rating: ⛤⛤⛤ 739 more words

It's "Doctor" Frankenstein, Okay?

By Troi Watts

Frankenstein. We hear the name and what do we think of? The monster: a thing constructed from the bodies of various corpses and brought to life by a mad scientist. 1,067 more words


Almost Invincible featured on The Book Podcast

The Book Podcast with Rosemary Puddy features Australian Women Writers of fiction and non-fiction and is inspired by the The Stella Prize which is a major literary award that celebrates Australian women’s writing and an organisation that champions cultural change. 18 more words

Mary Shelley

Shelley Sunday: Shelley & Mary's '6 Weeks Tour' Journal

“[A]bout a mile and half we found our voiturier at the door of a wretched inn having taken the mule from the voiture and obstinately determined to remain for the night at this miserable village of Mort. 428 more words


Do you share my madness?

The spark that lit the imagination of an eighteen-year-old girl during a bleak summer on Lake Geneva gave life to the Gothic novel. 827 more words