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The Monster She Wrote Podcast

Jun 30, 2020

Emily Carroll’s stories have the feel of tales told for centuries around campfires. She’s a horror storyteller who is ranked among Neil Gaiman and Stephen King, with artwork reminiscent of Edward Gorey. Her style is playful, bone-chillingly creepy, and above all, a lot of fun. 

Recommended reading: Alma...

Jun 16, 2020

In our discussion, we are joined by a special guest. Shari Holt is an English professor who teaches courses in British Literature and cinema studies at the University of Mississippi. She’s the co-author of Ouida the Phenomenon, a study of the Victorian sensation novelist, and she writes about Charles Dickens, Gothic...

Jun 9, 2020

A list of black-owned independent bookstores: 

An archive of black women in horror: 

The black horror documentary on Shudder called Horror Noire:

Jun 2, 2020

Today we have a special guest joining us. Jill E. Anderson is a professor of English in Nashville, TN. She's currently at work on her book about domestic horror narratives from the Atomic Age, and, like us, she’s a big fan of Shirley Jackson’s work, especially her 1958 book The Sundial, which will be the topic of...