Tag Archives: Internet

International Gothic Association: website changes

The International Gothic Association (IGA) is redesigning its website and Kathleen Hudson, the site’s designer, has circulated this invitation to contribute: Hello everyone! We are in the process of building a new website for the International Gothic Association, and hope … Continue reading

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Digital Horror, an edited collection from Xavier Aldana-Reyes and Linnie Blake

In 2002, I decided to go and watch the re-make of The Ring at my local cinema. The next day I was ill from school and decided to watch a movie to pass the time. This was the time of VCRs and … Continue reading

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Lauren Chochinov, ‘Carmilla Rising: Adapting Le Fanu’s Novella In the Age of Social Media’

A very interesting review by Lauren Chochinov on the recent (2014) web-based adaptation of Le Fanu’s Carmilla by Jordan Hall and Ellen Simpson. I’ve only had glimpses of this series, but Chochinov’s article here has certainly whet my appetite for … Continue reading

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CFP: E-Gothic: Assemblage and Anxiety in the Networked World

A CFP for an edited collection,  E-Gothic: Assemblage and Anxiety in the Networked World, which will ‘explore and interrogate the Internet as a new, crucial medium for the culture of terror. The  ‘web’ is an anarchic zone in which new … Continue reading

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Some interesting YA and the Gothic texts …

Apologies for the least inspired title for a post ever hopefully the ellipsis adds a sense of anticipation. (I fear it doesn’t). During my trawls of the internet, in which I use Twitter and Google Alerts like a whale uses … Continue reading

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