Gothic theme

Evernight by Claudia Gray

Mortal Instrument series by Cassandra Clare

Late Victorian Gothic tales edited by Roger Luckhurst
This anthology collects together some of the most famous examples of the Gothic tale in the 1890s, with stories by Arthur Conan Doyle, Vernon Lee, Henry James and Arthur Machen, as well as some lesser known yet superbly chilling tales from the era. The introduction explores the many reasons for the Gothic revival, and how it spoke to the anxieties of the moment.

The Restless Dead: Ten Original Stories of the Supernatural edited by Deborah Noyes
The anthologist of the award-winning Gothic! collects even more hair-raising tales in this companion collection, featuring scary stories by such contemporary masters of horror and suspense as M.T. Anderson, Holly Black, and Chris Wooding.

Gothic! by Deborah Noyes
Enter the gothic world in this celebration of the literary form made famous by such writers as Mary Shelley and Edgar Allan Poe. From a lovesick count and the ghost of his brutalized servant and a serial killer who defies death, to a house with a violent mind of its own and another that holds within its peeling walls a grotesque secret, these ten stories draw on dark fantasy and fairy tale, horror and wild humour, the supernatural and the surreal...

Gothic Short Stories edited by David Blair
This collection contains works by such writers as Poe, Hawthorne, Gaskell, Dickens and M.R. James, alongside that of anonymous authors from Britain to America. It brings together stories from the earliest decades of Gothic writing with later 19th and early 20th century tales.

Gothic tales by Elizabeth Gaskell
The stories in this collection combine realism and fantasy. The themes are familiar from Gaskell's novels, but their treatment is revealingly different, ranging from ghost stories and comic fantasy, to a realistic tale of 17th-century witch trials.

The Oxford Book of Gothic tales edited by Chris Baldick
A fresh contemporary look for the first anthology to trace the strength and diversity of Gothic fiction from its origins in the eighteenth century, with authors as diverse as Edgar Allan Poe, Thomas Hardy, Jorge Luis Borges, and Angela Carter.


Mirrors of darkness and light by Teresa M Blaylock

The grey garden: Collected poems by Brandon Neil Ragan

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