The May 2016 issue of Gothic Studies is now out.
Playing the Man: Manliness and Mesmerism in Richard Marsh's The Beetle
'Your Girls That You All Love Are Mine Already': Criminal Female Sexuality in Bram Stoker's Dracula
'Mensonge': The Rejection of Enlightenment in the Unreliable 'Souvenirs' of Charles Nodier
The Mirror and the Window: The Seduction of Innocence and Gothic Coming of Age in Låt Den Rätte Komma In/Let The Right One In
Labyrinths of Conjecture: The Gothic Elsewhere in Jane Austen's Emma
Gothic Stagings: Surfaces and Subtexts in the Popular Modernism of Agatha Christie's Hercule Poirot Series
Roger Luckhurst, Zombies: A Cultural History (London, 2015)
Deborah G. Christie
Minna Vuohelainen, Richard Marsh (Cardiff, 2015); Stephan Karshay, Degeneration, Normativity and the Gothic at the Fin de Siècle (Basingstoke, 2015)
Wickham Clayton (ed.), Style and Form in the Hollywood Slasher Film (London, 2015)
Lorna Piatti-Farnell and Maria Beville (eds), The Gothic and the Everyday: Living Gothic (London, 2015)
Cristina Artenie, Dracula Invades England: the Text, the Context and the Readers (Montreal, 2015)
For more information, or to subscribe to the journal, please visit the Manchester University Press website. As part of their Halloween special offer, online access to this issue of Gothic Studies is free throughout October.