Happy World Goth Day, fellow creatures of the night!
Last year on this day, I shared my own unofficial guide to goth. This year, I’m just going to showcase some of my favourite gothic songs, stories, and films, for your listening, reading, and viewing pleasure.
I love excess in fiction.
It’s been a weird few weeks, to be honest.
I’m fascinated by transformations.
Not just the dramatic spectacle of a man turning into a werewolf under the full moon, or a human hand mutating into a weapon in a Cronenberg flick (although I love those, too). What I’m talking about today, though, are the subtler changes that are no less profound.
In today’s blog, I talk about dreams and whether or not they are of any use.
Hello, readers! Welcome to my first blog entry of 2020.
Happy New Year, dear readers!
Happy Halloween, friends and fiends!
It is finally October, and I couldn’t be happier.
I mean, with all the scary stories I write and horror movies I consume year-round, I guess one could argue that I rarely wait ’til the leaves turn to celebrate Halloween. But I always try to amp things up when October rolls around.
I’ve got a few tricks and treats to share today: a new story that you can read for free, if the mood strikes you; an announcement or two; ominous warnings; and some social media self-promotion (the scariest thing of all!).
Read on, children of the night:
Greetings all, and happy birthday Canada!
Read on for a wicked CanCon playlist, a snapshot of how Ottawa residents are celebrating Canada Day, and a brand-new (and very Canadian) poem:
I hope everyone is having a perfectly gloomy World Goth Day!
Greetings, friends, and happy holidays!