Kathe Koja on Godmothers of Horror: Emily Brontë & Mary Shelley

Kathe Koja on Godmothers of Horror: Emily Brontë & Mary Shelley

Interview by Leza Cantoral
Leza Cantoral and Kathe Koja discuss the importance and influence of two titans of horror.

Heathcliff From "Wuthering Heights" Isn’t A Romantic Anti-Hero, He’s A F*cking Monster

Column by Christopher Shultz
The ultimate literary bad boy is just that...bad. Very, very bad.

LURID: Branwell Brontë—Wastrel or Romantic Hero?

Column by Karina Wilson September 23, 2016
Why is Branwell Brontë such a hero to so many? Lurid takes a look at his wasted life, and how his perpetual failure became an integral part of the Brontë mythos.

Vampires in Wuthering Heights

Column by Annie Neugebauer August 15, 2016
Within Wuthering Heights there’s evidence to interpret this plot: Cathy becomes a vampire, haunting Heathcliff for years before turning him into one so they can roam the moors together eternally.