Halloween celebrations

Posted by Bethan Hirst - Friday, 30 Oct 2020


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”

Listen to @saraWasson_1 ‘s captivating reading of the Afterword from new book Transplantation Gothic, Tissue transfer in #literature, #film, and #medicine


Nordic Gothic

Johan Hõglund shares his recommendations for the perfect #nordicgothic #halloween in our latest author video, and explains why Nordic gothic is an important but often forgotten genre.

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

Free ebooks

To celebrate Halloween, we’re giving away two a FREE ebooks, 
Register here to receive your FREE ebook, ow.ly/ivtT50C6T60

Gothic Incest

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 Irelandc. 1760–1829 by @drtinamorin on #ManchesterOpenHive




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