Isabella Hunter & The Book of Demons

Isabella Hunter talks to us about her story 'Behind the Mask' in The Book of Demons, the new short story collection curated by A J Dalton. Miss Hunter is a queer Gothic author whose work appears in numerous anthologies from Iron Faerie, Kristell Ink, and others. Be sure to follow her on Twitter for more... Continue Reading →

Introducing… The Book of Demons

The Book of Demons “Dedicated to every woman, person or animal who has suffered persecution or demonization for who they are.”A group of researchers from Middlesex University, working with prize-winning creative writers from the UK, the USA and Canada, have produced this exciting new book that explores the history of demonology, and what it is... Continue Reading →

Flash Fiction: ‘Food Supply’ by Michael Conroy

Don't be a fool for the Devil, darling.Anne Rice Food Supply by Michael Conroy Delilah watched Peter Valensky from a rooftop in the Meatpacking District. No binoculars. No need. She let her hair down and tied the ribbon around her neck. Gift-wrapped. Valensky hurried along, although the street was entirely deserted. He kept glancing over... Continue Reading →

The Genesis of ‘Frankenstein’

In the summer of 1816, a group of young intellectuals, all fleeing debt and scandal, gathered together at a villa on the shores of Lake Geneva. Mary Godwin (daughter of William Godwin and radical feminist Mary Wollstonecraft) had already eloped with her future husband Percy Bysshe Shelley once before, who, in turn, had abandoned his... Continue Reading →

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