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Monster, She Wrote: The Women Who Pioneered Horror and Speculative Fiction Read & download ↠ 8 ñ [KINDLE] ✽ Monster, She Wrote: The Women Who Pioneered Horror and Speculative Fiction By Lisa Kroger – Goproled.co.uk Frankenstein was just the beginning horror stories and othTheir mysterious and spooky novels novellas and stories Frankenstein was just the beginning horror stories and other weird fiction wouldn't exist without the women who created it From Gothic ghost stories to psychological horror to science fiction women have been primary architects of speculative literature of all sorts And their own life stories are as intriguing as their fiction Everyone knows about Mary Shelley creator of Frankenstein who was rud to keep her late husband's heart in her desk drawer But have you heard of Margaret Mad Madge Cavendish who wrote a science fiction epic years earlier and liked to wear topless gowns to the theater If you know the astounding work of Shirley Jackson whose novel The Haunting of Hill House was reinvented as a Netflix series then try the psychological hauntings of Violet Paget who was openly involved in long term romantic relationships with women in the Victorian era You'll meet celebrated icons Ann Radcliffe V C Andrews forgotten wordsmiths Eli Coltor Ruby Jean Jensen and today's vanguard Helen Oyeyemi Curated reading lists point you to their most spine chilling talesPart biography part reader's guide the engaging write ups and detailed reading lists will introduce you to than a hundred authors and over two hundred of their mysterious and spooky novels novellas and stori. Very interesting with many facts I was not aware of Easy to dip into

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Monster She Wrote The Women Who Pioneered Horror and Speculative FictionYou tothan a hundred authors and over two hundred of their mysterious and spooky novels novellas and stories Frankenstein was just the beginning horror stories and other weird fiction wouldn't exist without the women who created it From Gothic ghost stories to psychological horror to science fiction women have been primary architects of speculative literature of all sorts And their own life stories are as intriguing as their fiction Everyone knows about Mary Shelley creator of Frankenstein who was rud to keep her late husband's heart in her desk drawer But have you heard of Margaret Mad Madge Cavendish who wrote a science fiction epic years earlier and liked to wear topless gowns to the theater If you know the astounding work of Shirley Jackson whose novel The Haunting of Hill House was reinvented as a Netflix series then try the psychological hauntings of Violet Paget who was openly involved in long term romantic relationships with women in the Victorian era You'll meet celebrated icons Ann Radcliffe V C Andrews forgotten wordsmiths Eli Coltor Ruby Jean Jensen and today's vanguard Helen Oyeyemi Curated reading lists point you to their most spine chilling talesPart biography part reader's guide the engaging write ups and detailed reading lists will introduce you to than a hundred authors and over two hundred of. This was a great read covering many years and many styles of horror and speculative fiction Each section covers a variety of authors gives a biography and a run down of their writing It also includes suggestions for must reads and where to get them I found myself with open on my phone looking up titles and sticking them in my basket as I read Some were out of print and others were being offered by 2nd hand sellers for stupid prices £122 Still I managed to add 9 books to my reading list which should keep me occupied for a couple of weeks I highly recommend this book it was a fascinating read with lots to offer