Gothic Day of Creation – 27th February

This Saturday, we have a full day of free events dedicated to Gothic creation. Be it crafts, film, writing or any of a myriad of types of Gothic creation, we like to celebrate it here at Romancing the Gothic by showcasing amazing work, running workshops and enjoying creativity together. Timetable for the Day You’re veryContinue reading “Gothic Day of Creation – 27th February”

‘My Poor Devil’: Georgette Heyer’s The Black Moth at 100

Conference to be held 20th November 2021 1921 saw the publication of a 19-year-old Georgette Heyer’s first novel The Black Moth. This tale of romantic highwayman, demonic rakes, abduction, ravishing beauties, betrayal and deceit set in the 18th century began a career which spanned over 50 years. Heyer published over 50 novels in a numberContinue reading “‘My Poor Devil’: Georgette Heyer’s The Black Moth at 100”

Weekend Classes – 20th and 21st February

This weekend we have two fantastic classes on two different media of the Gothic! You can sign up here for either class Bronte Schiltz will be talking us through “Ghosts In The Living Room: the British Televisual Gothic”. This class explores British ghost stories that are not just broadcast on, but centrally concerned with, televisionContinue reading “Weekend Classes – 20th and 21st February”

Saturday and Sunday Classes – 6th and 7th February

We have some fantastic talks this weekend so brace yourselves! Sign up here Our Saturday speaker is Jon Greenaway (known to many as @thelitcritguy) and he’ll be talking to us about “We’re In Hell: Alan Moore, Jack the Ripper and the Political Theology of Capitalism”  This session serves as an introduction to the work ofContinue reading “Saturday and Sunday Classes – 6th and 7th February”

Saturday and Sunday Classes 23rd/24th January 2021

This weekend we’re heading back in time and into the realms of myth, legend and folklore! You can sign up here On Saturday, Romancing the Gothic favourite Icy Sedgwick is joining us to talk  ‘Vampires, Barghests, Red Caps, and More: A Compendium of Northern Folklore’ Forget what you think you know about the industrial north.Continue reading “Saturday and Sunday Classes 23rd/24th January 2021”

Saturday and Sunday Classes 16/17th January 2021

Welcome to the second set of classes of 2021! This week we’re spanning the centuries, looking at film up to the modern day and then going back in time to the early 19th century. If you’re interested in either class, just fill in our sign up sheet here On Saturday, we’re joined by Maisha WesterContinue reading “Saturday and Sunday Classes 16/17th January 2021”

Saturday and Sunday Classes – 9th and 10th January

New year, new classes! This year, where I have them, I’ll be posting a short summary of what the weekend’s classes will be looking at (just to tempt you even more!) Our Saturday class this week is with Lori A. Paige, author of The Gothic Romance Wave. Her talk will be on THE GOTHIC WAVE:Continue reading “Saturday and Sunday Classes – 9th and 10th January”