Book Reviews & Author Interviews

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Author Interviews

Werewolf Talk Series

Author Interviews on werewolves in the Paranormal and Horror genres!

#1: Werewolves in the Paghamverse
#2: Interview with Richard Brown
#3: Interview with Kara Jorgensen
#4: Interview with Tom & Nimue Brown
#5: Interview with Becca Lyn Mathis
#6: Interview with Mari Hamill

Book Reviews

Welsh Gothic Review Series

This is the chapter-by-chapter breakdown of Jane Aaron’s Welsh Gothic (2013), with added historical context and, where possible, links to the texts cited/reviews and other related articles.

#1: Welsh Gothic by Jane Aaron: The Introduction
#2: Cambria Gothica (1780s-1820s): Chapter 1 and Texts
#3: Cambria Gothica (1780s-1820s): A Selection of Welsh Ghost Stories and Folklore pre-1830
#4: Welsh Gothic Fiction (1830s-1900s): Chapter 2: Historical Context
#5: Welsh Gothic Fiction (1830s-1900s): Chapter 2: An Underworld of One’s Own
#6: Haunted Communities (1900s-1940s): Chapter 3: Gothic Dissent
#7: Haunted Communities (1900s-1940s): Chapter 3: Industrial Gothic
#8: Wales, Land of the Living Dead (1940s-1997): Chapter 4: Context and Poetry
#9: Wales, Land of the Living Dead (1940s-1997): Chapter 4: Zombies and Zombification
#10: Wales, Land of the Living Dead (1940s-1997): Chapter 4: Vampire Lore and Vampire Lit
#11: Post-Devolution Welsh Gothic (1997-2013): Epilogue
#12: Welsh Gothic Tropes: Death Omens
#13: Welsh Gothic Tropes: The Witch
#14: Welsh Gothic Tropes: The Druid
#15: Welsh Gothic Tropes: The Cwn Annwn
#16: Welsh Gothic Tropes: The Sin Eater

Gothic Studies

Body Gothic by Xavier Aldana Reyes

Pulp Gothic Fiction Reviews

Echo in a Dark Wind by Julia Withers

Fantasy/Paranormal Gothic

The Pendragon Legend by Antal Szerb
Stoker’s Wilde by Steven Hopstaken and Melissa Prusi
The Truth in Lies by Gemma Cartmell
Spectred Isle by K. J. Charles

Weird/New Weird Fiction

Cold Hand in Mine by Robert Aickman
The Divinity Student by Michael Cisco
From the Dust Returned by Ray Bradbury
Widdershins by Jordan L. Hawk

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