Free ebooks, author video’s, podcasts, open content… Here’s a brief look back at our Halloween celebrations in 2020.
“Some wounds do not close”
EcoGothic gardens in the long nineteenth century
As winter arrives in our parks and gardens, take a moment to engage with key ecocritical and environmental debates in Sue Edney’s new podcast.
EcoGothic gardens in the long nineteenth century, #Phantoms, #fantasy and uncanny flowers will be on sale from next month
Why are mother-son incestuous relationships so rare in Gothic narratives, but there’s an overabundance of cousin marriages?
@Gothic_Desires delves into a range of Gothic texts to answer these, and many more questions in Gothic Incest, FREE on #manchesteropenhive
The Gothic novel in Ireland, c. 1760-1829
Despite being a bestselling #gothic #novelist in her lifetime, Regina Maria Roche struggled with poverty, prejudice and sexism throughout her career. Read a compelling account of her life and work from The gothic novel in Ireland, c. 1760–1829 by @drtinamorin on #ManchesterOpenHive