The Hags’ Tapers

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Feature Image: The Silent Voice (1898), by Gerald Moira There once was a village so small that the tall conifers that surrounded it kept it hidden...

Poetry In The Graveyard

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It is a privilege to be the keeper of a historic, quaint cemetery in my small Maine town—a magical place hidden within the forest,...

Gothic Fairy Tales

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Feature Image: Illustration by Joseph Urban and H. Lefler for Märchen-Kalendar (1905) A young girl lies in a glass coffin, alone in the woods, her black...

Eight Ways to Tell You’ve Been a Gothic Heroine

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Featured Image: The Nightmare (1790−1791) by Henry Fuseli ––– • You appreciate the beauty in time’s passing, whether it shows in a bare winter branch, a...

All Saints House

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Imagine living in a Gothic church turned home! When we read about a family—Anastasiia, Gunther, and their three children—in Maryland doing just that, our...

Bringing the Macabre Into Your Fiction

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Be it tales of wicked fairies, necromancers in their bone palaces, or demons waiting by the roadside to bargain for souls, the macabre has...
Models: Jo Maldonado and her service dog Baruh

The Woman Who Could Talk To Bees

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Feature Image: Models: Jo Maldonado and her service dog Baruh There once was a small village tucked deep within a forest that seemed made for the...
The Witch of Endor Raising the Spirit of Samuel (1783), by William Blake

A Love Letter to Ladies Accused of Witchcraft | Pt. 2

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Feature Image: The Witch of Endor Raising the Spirit of Samuel (1783), by William Blake Photo ©Ken Welsh. All rights reserved 2022 / Bridgeman Images Read...
Anne Boleyn in the Tower of London (1835), by Édouard Cibot

A Love Letter to Ladies Accused of Witchcraft | Pt. 1

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Feature Image: Anne Boleyn in the Tower of London (1835), by Édouard Cibot Bridgeman Images When I was in high school, I had pointy features and big...
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Seductive Subversive Saucery

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For the Victorians, witchcraft was a thing of both fantasy and all too real fact. As late as 1895, there was the terrifying case...