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CFP: The Popular and the Weird: H.P. Lovecraft and 21st Century Media Cultures — special issue

Call for Articles for a special issue of Studies in Gothic Fiction on H. P. Lovecraft, edited by Chloé Germaine Buckley (Manchester Metropolitan University) and Kerry Dodd (Lancaster University). In his seminal essay on the Gothic, titled “Supernatural Horror in … Continue reading

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Nineteenth-Century Women and Speculative Fiction

This is a fascinating and scholarly essay, ‘Cavendish’s Daughters: Speculative Fiction and Women’s History‘ by Jonathan Kearnes which traces fantastic fictions by women from Margaret Cavendish’s Blazing New World in the seventeenth century, through Frankenstein, then focusing on some little-known … Continue reading

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