Werewolves and Wildness: OGOM Publication News

This is the second publication to develop out of our fantastic Company of Wolves conference. There has never been an edition of Gothic Studies on werewolves so this is an absolute first! Thank you to all the contributors for their interesting and inspirational essays. We’ll be in touch!

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Werewolves and Wildness’,  Gothic Studies,  special issue, ed. by Bill Hughes, Sam George and Kaja Franck

Sam George, Bill Hughes, Kaja Franck, Intro, ‘Wild Things’

Curtis Runstedler, ‘The Benevolent Medieval Werewolf in William of Palerne

Michael Brodski, ‘The Cinematic Representation of the Wild Child: Considering Trouffaut’s L’Enfant Sauvage

Simon  Marsden, ‘“One look and you recognize evil”: Lycan Terrorism, Monstrous Otherness and the Banality of Evil in Benjamin Percy’s Red Moon

Lisa Nevárez, ‘Playgrounds in the Zombie Apocalypse: The Feral Child’

Sue Chaplin, ‘“Daddy, I’m falling for a Monster”: Women, Sex and Sacrifice in Contemporary Paranormal Romance’

Tania Evans, ‘Full Moon Masculinities: The Werewolf in Young Adult Fantasy Fiction’

Sam George, ‘Wolves in the Wolds: The Wyrd Case of ‘Old Stinker’, the Hull Werewolf’



About Sam George

Associate Professor of Research, School of Humanities, University of Hertfordshire Co-convenor OGOM Project
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2 Responses to Werewolves and Wildness: OGOM Publication News

  1. Jan Malique says:

    Looks like a fantastic offering. Look forward to buying a copy.

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