Fairy Resources: bibliographies and links to folklore, myth, and romance writing sources

We’ve set up a new page of Resources following the ‘Ill met by moonlight’ conference. It will be a useful page for material on the conference theme of Gothic fairies and will be continually updated. It holds a partial bibliography of our own research path; in addition, some delegates generously made bibliographies for the following papers available:

Dr Bryan Brown (University of Exeter), ‘Russian Gothic faeries as harbingers of twenty-first-century ecognosis’

Morgan Daimler (Independent Researcher), ‘Unseely to antihero: Dangerous fairies in folklore and fiction’

Catherine Greenwood (University of Sheffield), ‘The Ballad of Isabel Gunn as The Daemon Lover: The economic migrant and enchantment as a recruitment strategy’

Dr Michaela Hausmann (Leipzig University), ‘An arboreal femme fatale: George MacDonald’s Maid of the Alder-tree and her literary and folkloric roots’

We’ve also added new links to some brilliant resources covering some very diverse topics related to OGOM’s research into narratives of Gothic and fabulous fiction. These can be found in the right-hand sidebar on the Blog and main Resources pages under the heading ‘Related Links’ but are listed below to show what is now available:

The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction
A classic refernce for SF and related genres now on line

Folklore and Mythology – Electronic Texts
Rich collection of sources

Open Folklore
Lists open access folkore journals, books, and other useful material

mabinogion pathfinder
Many links to resources for the medieval Welsh collection of romances, The Mabinogion

African Religions
With the Yoruba Religion Reader and similar resources

Romance Scholarship DB
Very full bibliography of secondary reading on romantic fiction

Black Romance Timeline
History of Black authors of romantic fiction

About William the Bloody

Cat lover. 18C scholar on the dialogue and novel. Co-convenor OGOM Project
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