Monthly Archives: September 2014

OGOM: ‘Company of Wolves’, conference July 2015

Going to be blogging too about the fabulous ‘Company of Wolves’ event OGOM is  presenting in July of this year. I am holding off posting the full CFP for a few days until I have heard from the wonderful duo … Continue reading

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Young Adult literature and the National Book Award

An interesting article on YA fiction in The Guardian, making points about its seriousness and diversity. I often think that much YA fiction is more challenging than the average Booker nominee–especially in the more fantastic fictions. Hence our celebration here … Continue reading

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Generation Dead: YA Fiction and the Gothic

After much deliberation I’m excited to reveal that my ‘Generation Dead: YA Fiction and the Gothic’ course list is finally complete!! Choosing the final list has been tricky. Phillip Pullman once said ‘There are some themes, some subjects, too large … Continue reading

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Body Gothic: new book from Xavier Aldana Reyes

OGOM contributor, Xavi, has an exciting new book out, Body Gothic: Corporeal Transgression in Contemporary Literature and Horror Film:

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