August Classes - Romancing the Gothic
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Which of these Saturday Classes would you be interested in? (If you cannot come to either time, we can send you a video of the talk but not discussion)
7th August - 4pm and 9pm BST - Maria De Blassie - The Legacy of the Occult Detective
14th August - 10am and 7 pm BST - Sam Hirst - 'Women Writers in the Long Eighteenth Century'
21st August - 4pm and 9pm BST - Mitra - 'Genetics in Horror'
28th August - Half Day - Day of Creation (Various different writing and craft workshops - you can attend individual workshops or the whole day)
Which of these classes would you be interested in? (If you cannot come, you can be sent a video of the talk)
1st August - 10am or 7pm - Kate Harvey - 'La Fée Verte: Absinthe and the Green Fairy myth in 21st Century Gothic'
8th August - 4pm and 9pm - Christin Liberty - 'The [Haunted] House of Atreus'
15th August - 10 am - Rishiraj Pal - 'The Spectral as the Political: Dystopia, Myth, and Horror in Patrick Graham’s Ghoul (2018)'
22nd August - 10 am and 7pm - Helen Oliver - 'Every Brutal Choice Has Elegance, Grace: Decoding Dress in NBC’s Hannibal'
29th August - 10 am and 7 pm - Lindsay Williams - 'An Excursion Guide to the Geological Gothic'
Would you be interested in coming to a book group at 11.30 pm and 7 pm on Thursdays? You can come weekly or one off. This month we're reading Meredith Katz, Adam Wing, Martha Wells (murderbot) and a selection from Uncanny Magazine. For more information -
How can we best contact you? Email or twitter? Please leave details here. If you use twitter, please add @RomGothSam so I can send you the link.
Have you checked out our website and youtube channel? You can find previous classes, informative blog posts, details of upcoming events etc.
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