These classic and more contemporary books of gothic horror, gothic fantasy, and a blend of the two are perfect for an Autumn evening read.
Are we in the midst of a Gothic literature boom? A reader dives into a recent boom in the subgenre and explores some of its trademark tropes.
The "horrid novels" were especially fortunate to have Jane Austen cast a spotlight upon them. So what are they? And why these titles?
Are you enamored by crumbling castles with curses and ghosts? These 13 gothic romances are perfect for you, including Haunted Serenade by Anna M. Taylor.
Whether you seek for nightmares, thrills, love, laughs, whatever, we've got some atmospheric gothic novels for every mood, like Bunny by Mona Awad.
Can't get enough of those gothic vibes? Try this mix of new and classic reads once you've finished Daphne du Maurier's Rebecca, including The Graveyard Apartment by Mariko Koike.
If you dream about ghosts wandering corridors and foggy landscapes, take this gothic book quiz and design the haunted house of your dreams.
With spooky season here, many are craving dark and creepy reads. Enter the excellent subgenre: gothic fantasy. Here's our guide to the genre, including books like The Year of the Witching by Alexis Henderson.
Saddle up, partners, and let's explore Western Gothic books, a genre you have definitely heard of but maybe never had a definition for.
When you want to get into the spirit of autumn, but aren't too keen on scary horror novels, check out these excellent gothic books, like Mexican Gothic by Silvia Moreno-Garcia.