Laura Ingalls Wilder’s Magical Objects: On The pleasure and longing associated with storied possessions
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† Meet the Woman Teaching ‘Financial Domination’ to the Masses
† Excerpts from Lana Del Rey’s Upcoming Book of Spells
† Sleep paralysis: How a deep-sleep glitch can conjure the boogeyman
† Christina Mrozik: Metamorphosis, Quietus, and In-betweens
† Beam me up, Gucci! New campaign inspired by vintage sci-fi
† 12 eerily beautiful photos from Kat Von D’s all-black flower garden
† Why Story Matters in Video Games
† Junji Ito’s Horror Manga is Getting an Anime
† How To Decorate Your Apartment Like A David Lynch Project
† In Defense of Imaginary Friends
† The American Eclipse of 1878 and the Scientists Who Raced West to See It
† Night-Time At The Roadhouse, An Ever-Growing Playlist With A Twin Peaks Vibe
† What If Disney Princesses Wore Comme des Garçons?
† Self-Care Tips From Yoko Ono
† David Lynch’s Heroines Like You’ve Never Seen Them Before
† Emily Dickinson’s Herbarium: Forgotten Treasure at the Intersection of Science and Poetry
† A Horror Buff’s Great American Roadtrip
† Making Perfume From the Rain
† 11 of the Most Disastrous Vacations in Literature
† The Devil’s Farmhouse: A Maltese Ruin Steeped in Myth
† Some video games are not about narrative or conflict, but a solitary space for players.
† Going Home to Twin Peaks
† DONUT DISTURB: Get the donut-defended privacy you so rightly deserve
† The Forgotten Language That Only Women Once Knew
† Savoring the celluloid hues of colorpalette.cinema on Instagram
† How to Become a Deadly Misandrist Fairy Vampire
† Sleep Is the New Status Symbol
† Romania’s Problem with Dracula
† Ask Baba Yaga: Folkloric Advice From Taisia Kitaiskaia
† A Compendium of Shakespeare’s Plants, from Juliet’s Rose to Ophelia’s Bouquet
† Field Guide to Dumb Birds of North America
† The Peril of Being Disbelieved: Horror and the Intuition of Women
† The Mushroom Hunters: Neil Gaiman’s Feminist Poem About Science
† WitchEmoji, an iMessage sticker pack for all of your witchy needs
† Shadows From The Walls Of Death
† Today’s Feminist Horror Owes A Lot To Overlooked 20th-Century Artist Carol Rama
† Debunking the Myth of 19th-Century ‘Tear Catchers’
† This Is What Victorian Ladies Smelled Like
† Horrors Beyond Belief! Should You Be Reading Emily Carroll’s Horror Comics?
† Wildly Inaccurate Myths About Spiders (Plus the Truth)
† Dystopian dreams: how feminist science fiction predicted the future
† In the Land of Giants: Communing with some of the biggest trees on Earth.
† On The Heartbreaking Difficulty Of Getting Rid Of Books
† Seven ‘wyrd’ TV programmes from 1977 – a golden harvest of folk horror
† Your Favorite All-Female Super Teams!
† Felter Skelter: Weird & Wonderful Artists Who Work With Felt
† Men Grin and Women Scream: A New Analysis of Gendered Words in Fiction
† Scary Stories Tribute Art Exhibit Is Beautifully Terrifying
† Bad Books For Bad People Episode 8: Prince Lestat in the Realms of Atlantis
† Fleeting Beauties Of Spring
† What’s That Smell? Rare Books and Artifacts From a 1906 Library
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Mothertonguetied: The Fantasy of Belonging. Sonya Vatomsky on memory and language and losing parts of yourself and being seen for what you’ve become. There’s probably a Russian word for all of those things; Sonya might whisper it to us and seal it with a black-lipped kiss.
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