The Vampire & Homoeroticism In 19th Century Gothic Literature (Part 1)

“But to die as lovers may – to die together, so that they may live together.” ― Sheridan Le Fanu, Carmilla Note: I’ve added images of reference texts that delve into the topics of vampires, sexuality, queerness, and 19th-century literature within their pages. These are but a few, though ones I’ve very much enjoyed. THE […]

BOOK REVIEW: UPON THE PALE ISLE OF GLOAM: A GOTHIC HORROR NOVELLA BY MARK GULINO

“This place is damned.” – Mark Gulino, Upon the Pale Isle of Gloam: A Gothic Horror Novella    A DARK, atmospheric, often pensive narrative, Upon The Pale Isle Of Gloam: A Gothic Horror Novella by Mark Gulino, presents a moral tale about choices, accountability, and the possibility for redemption, but at what cost? The author delves into the […]