The Thing with Horns – Bibliography

The following bibliography was provided by Anna Milon in relation to her talk on ‘The Thing with Horns: The Insidious Presence of the Horned God in Modern Supernatural Horror’

Open Resources

Fessenden, Larry. “The Shape of the Wendigo.” YouTube, 2015.…

Lenhardt, Corinna. “Wendigos, Eye Killers, Skinwalkers: The Myth of the American Indian Vampire and American Indian “Vampire” Myths.” Text Matters: A Journal of Literature, Theory and Culture, (6), 2016, pp. 195-212.… or…

Windling, Terry. “The Windigo.” Myth and Moor, 2015.…

McCauley, Elizabeth. “The Mythology and Misrepresentation of the Wendigo.” Backstory Radio, 2016.… 2.

Other Sources (most of these are available either through a library or a reputable bookshop)

Horns of Power, ed. by Sorita d’Este. Avalonia, 2008.

Rethinking the Environment for the Anthropocene, ed. by Manuel Arias-Maldonado and Zev Trachtenberg. Routledge, 2019.

Atwood, Margaret. Strange Things: The Malevolent North in Canadian Literature. Clarendon Press, 1995.

Ahmad, Aayla. “Blood in the Bush Garden: Indigenization, Gender, and Unsettling Horror” in The Canadian Horror Film: The Terror of the Soul, ed. by Gina Freitag, André Loiselle, University of Toronto Press, 2015,…

Hutton, Ronald. Triumph of the Moon. Oxford University Press, 1999.

Johnston, Basil. The Manitous: The Supernatural World of the Ojibway. Harper Perennial, 1995.

Murray, Margaret. The God of the Witches. Faber and Faber, 1931.

Mankey, Jason. The Horned God of the Witches. Llewellyn, 2021.

Norman, Howard. Where the Chill Came From: Cree Windigo Tales and Journeys. North Point Press, 1982.

Smallman, Shawn. Dangerous Spirits: The Windigo in Myth and History. Heritage House Publishing, 2014.

Wall Kimmerer, Robin. Braiding Sweetgrass: Indigenous Wisdom, Scientific Knowledge and the Teachings of Plants. Penguin, 2013.

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