Tag Archives: terror
Calls for papers for two exciting conferences. First, following the fabulous IGA 2018 in Manchester, the IGA 2019 conference, Gothic Terror, Gothic Horror is being held on 30 July to 2 August 2019, at Lewis University, Romeoville, Illinois, United States. Deadline: … Continue reading
An opportunity for up-and-coming film makers to submit entries to this festival and perhaps win an award. This site also features a review by Charlotte Haley of Robert Eggars’s current film The Witch: A New England Folk-Tale; Charlotte draws briefly … Continue reading
The following CFA has been released for a collection on MTV’s Teen Wolf to be published by McFarland Press. ‘Looking for papers for an essay collection on the MTV television show Teen Wolf, with an emphasis on the most recent seasons. This … Continue reading
Starting on 28th January, Sky Arts are screening adaptations of four H. G. Wells novels. Though there isn’t a huge amount of information about the productions yet, the trailer looks wonderful and certainly whet my appetite.
I’ve been a bit lax on posting to the blog; I’ve found lots of interesting and useful material lately but haven’t had time to blog them–they’re usually on our Facebook group, though, and Kaja has been reposting some of these … Continue reading
An excellent and illuminating piece by Dr Dale Townshend, Senior Lecturer in Gothic and Romantic Literature at the University of Stirling, on the work of Ann Radcliffe, one of the pioneers of the Gothic novel.