Romancing the Gothic - April Classes
Hello! Welcome to Romancing the Gothic's April programme! As usual, everything is free to access but we do suggest donating to individual participants if you can (£1 - £10) or to the project overall (money goes to support me, other speakers and admin costs). You can support the project here (one off or monthly) -
- or here (monthly) -
. You can support us from £2/$3 a month! Regular supporters also get access to some extra materials!
Which of these sessions are you interested in? Please note the date and time slots!
3rd April - 4pm and 9pm - 'We're all Goblins Here!: a casual jaunt through contemporary gothic art and dark surrealism' - 'trie blasingame
10th April - 10 am and 7 pm - Towards a (Partial) History of a Working Class Gothic - Sam Hirst
17th April - 10 am and 7 pm - And the World was Changed: The Nephilim and the Crises of Civilisation - Jonathon O'Donnell
24th April - Day of Creation (a day of creative and writing workshops, author showcases and all sorts of exciting creative stuff! You can come for as much or as little as you like)
Which of the following sessions would you like to come to? (Remember to check times!)
4th April - 4pm and 9 pm - Infectious Diseases in Horror Fiction - Mitra Elgrail
11th April - 4pm and 9pm - Treating the Socially Grotesque Man: Experimental Medicine and the Gothic - Kathleen Shaughnessy
18th April - 10 am and 7pm - Everywhere you turn is heartache: Aristocracy, Religion and Sex in the work of Madonna - Dan Pietersen
25th April - 4pm and 9pm - The Thing! - Bridget Keown
Would you like to come to our book group? You can find the list here
We have author visits from the authors of 'Unbound' and Kalynn Bayron
Did you know that we're running our first conference and the call for papers is still open? Check it out here -
How do you prefer to be contacted?
What are your relevant contact details so I can send the links? If twitter, please follow @romgothsam so that I can send links (or leave DMs open)
We're looking for new speakers for the second half of the year (July - December). Could it be you!? Would you be interested in giving a talk, writing workshop, creative workshop or running a class?
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