November Sign Ups - Romancing the Gothic Classes
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Which of these Saturday classes would you be interested in? All times are GMT
6th November - 7pm - Joseph Crawford - 'Gothic Visual Novels'
13th November - 10 am and 7 pm - Roxanne Douglas - Arabic Feminist Gothic
27th November - 10 am and 7pm - Hayley Smith - Murder, Madness and Demonic Possession in Thomas Anstey Guthrie's 'The Statement of Stella Maberly'
Which of these Sunday classes would you be interested in? All times are GMT.
14th November - 10 am and 7pm GMT - Jill Goad - 'You Carry [the] Corpse on your Back': Contemporary Southern Gothic Aesthetic of Randall Kenan and Natasha Trethewey
21st November - 10 am and 7pm - Vivian Asimos - Digital Monsters and the Online Wilderness
28th November - 12.30 pm and 7pm - Kristy Strange - Cli-Fi and the Gothic in Contemporary Literature
Would you be interested in joining our book group? This month we are reading 'Rituals in the Dark' (a visual novel), 'Silence is a Sense' by Layla AlAmmar, 'The Black Moth' by Georgette Heyer, some Sheridan Le Fanu short stories and we're watching 'What we do in the Shadows'
Which of the following author visits would you be interested in?
2nd November - @ebihimes creator of 'Rituals in the Dark'
9th November - Layla AlAmmar author of 'Silence is a Sense'
This month is our first conference. 'My Poor Devil' explores the work of Georgette Heyer, representations of the 18th century, colonial history, queer rewritings and much more. You can sign up here -
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We are looking for new speakers for next year's programme. Find out more information here - Could it be you!?
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