INSIDE: Teen Wolf, The Darkness In Our Souls, The Monster Squad, Sleepy Hollow, King Kong, Angel & Buffy, Loki, Frankenstein, Rumpelstiltskin, Morgana Pendragon, The Burbs, Dracula, The Wolfman.
Recently, I eagerly delved into a collection of Victorian vampire stories. From the mystical to the mysterious, poetic and somber, in that sordid little collection of ghostly tales, vampires walked abroad, seduced the living, and spun haunting tales. Many were by English writers but some were translated from foreign languages, and revealed the vampire lore within those societies…
Read it online or download it.
CURRENTLY TAKING REQUESTS for next year’s themes.
If you have an idea, send it to me or drop it off here. Most voted for idea and/or best idea wins!
IF YOU ENJOY FEMNISTA, PLEASE HELP US PROMOTE IT.
Thanks, and enjoy this creepy, crawly, snarly issue!
It might be entertaining to have a “Why I Hate” issue. Not sure if it’s something you would want to try, but I think it would be hilarious.
Great issue, by the way! Love the design layout and all the photos you found, excellent articles as always. 🙂
I’ve thought about that. I’ve also thought about making it HARDER by asking people to pick something they hate and write something nice about it. But I have a feeling most of my writers would refuse. Too great of a challenge?
Thank you. I’m glad you liked it. 🙂
Hmm, is there something nice about a Stephen King story? Or I could always do the lego movie. It would be a challenge because I really didn’t like it. It’s something to think about.
I’m sure there is something nice about every movie. Even just that it ENDS. 😀
When you’re right, you’re right. 🙂 I’ll have to ponder some other topic ideas, look back through what we’ve already done.
Exciting! Eager to see what comes of 2015. 🙂
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Special issue from Femnista – Halloween, 2014 with my essay “Love never dies”.
Great issue! Thank you. Very Halloween one))