Amy Bride, Byronic Bateman: the Commodity Vampire, Surplus Value, and the Hyper-Gothic in American Psycho (1991)
Michael Cop and Joseph Young, The Adolescence of Blogs, ‘The LiveJournal of Zachary Marsh’, and H. P. Lovecraft: Cultural Attitudes versus Social Behaviour
Carol Margaret Davison, Trafficking in Death and (Un)dead Bodies: Necro-Politics and Poetics in the Works of Ann Radcliffe
Laura Habbe, The Horrors of Scientific Investigation: Parasitic Mesmerism in Arthur Conan Doyle’s The Parasite
Miles Link, ‘A Very Primitive Matter’: John Wyndham on Catastrophe and Survival
Elena Emma Sottilotta, Diabolical Crossings: Generic Transitions Between the Gothic and the Sensational in Dacre and Alcott
Kristy Butler, The American Imperial Gothic: Popular Culture, Empire, Violence, by Johan Hӧglund; Kevin Corstorphine, The Rural Gothic in American Popular Culture: Backwoods Horror and Terror in the Wilderness, by Bernice M. Murphy; Sarah Cullen, Economics of the Undead: Zombies, Vampires and the Dismal Science, edited by Glen Whitman and James Dow; Laura Habbe, Gothic: Second Edition, by Fred Botting; Murray Leeder, Sexuality and the Gothic Magic Lantern: Desire, Eroticism and Literary Visibilities from Byron to Bram Stoker, by David J. Jones; Cristina Perez, A Companion to American Gothic, edited by Charles L. Crow; Anthony Roche, After Dracula: The 1930s Horror Film, by Alison Peirse; Antonio Sanna, Life Lessons from Slasher Films, by Jessica Robinson; Richard Gough Thomas, Graveyard Poetry: Religion, Aesthetics and the Mid-Eighteenth-Century Poetic Condition, by Eric Parisot.
Sarah Cleary, Wyrmwood: Road of the Dead; Aoife M. Dempsey, The Babadook; Loretta Goff, Leprechaun: Origins; Bernice M. Murphy, It Follows; Edward O’Hare, The Haunted Palace & The Complete Dr. Phibes — The Abominable Dr. Phibes / Dr. Phibes Rises Again; Gavin Wilkinson, Tusk.
Sarah Cullen, Wayward Pines; Dara Downey, The Originals; Jenny McDonnell, Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell; Norman Osborn, American Horror Story: Freak Show.