The Gothic Library is a collection of those dark shadows that represent the highest achievement in the Gothic arts.

The Gothic Library is a collection of those dark shadows that represent the highest achievement in the Gothic arts. Is this somewhat subjective? Why of course. Our Gothic world is seeped in the themes, atmosphere, and conflicted emotions made famous by Shelley, Byron, Poe, Lovecraft, Hawthorne, the Brontë sisters, and many more. Capes swirl, the mist curls around an ankle, and fear clenches the heart. Voices whisper from the darkness, and phantoms haunt the shadowy night. If this is your world, “Enter freely. Go safely, and leave something of the happiness you bring!” ~Dracula, chapter two

Superior Achievement in the Gothic Arts: Sarawen Perfume Art

Posted on Sep 6, 2013

Superior Achievement in the Gothic Arts: Sarawen Perfume Art

About Sarawen: Sara Tan is the proprietor, scent designer, and artist of the company. She creates unique, romantic, and uncommon perfume blends with fantastical themes you won’t find just anywhere! VEGAN & CRUELTY-FREE All of the perfumes and products will -always- be vegan and forever cruelty-free. Scent notes of honey, leather, or musk are synthetic and are not derived from animals.     These scents are divine! Find them at Sarawen Perfume...

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Superior Achievement in Dark Fiction: The Wildman by Rick Hautala

Posted on Sep 5, 2013

Superior Achievement in Dark Fiction: The Wildman by Rick Hautala

From New York Times bestselling author, Rick Hautala, comes a taut suspense thriller set in the dark woods of Maine. Jeff Cameron is going back to Camp Tapiola on Lake Onwego to meet several old friends and reminisce about their childhood experiences at camp. But not all of their childhood memories are good. For thirty-five years lingering images of their friend Jimmy Foster’s lifeless body being pulled from the lake has disturbed Jeff’s peace of mind. Was Jimmy Foster’s death an accident or murder? The authorities had said Jimmy’s death was an accidental drowning, but Jeff had always believed there was more to the story. Why after all these years did his old friend arrange this reunion? And why can’t Jeff escape the feeling that his friend has a hidden agenda. What is this reunion is really about? And another question remains… who is The Wildman?     Brilliant read. Get it on Amazon.com...

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Superior Achievement in Dark Film: Left Bank

Posted on Sep 4, 2013

Superior Achievement in Dark Film: Left Bank

In this graphically shocking and internationally acclaimed debut feature by Belgian writer/director Peter Van Hees, Eline Kuppens stars as a dedicated professional runner sidelined by an infection. But when she impulsively decides to move into her new boyfriend’s high-rise apartment on the outskirts of Antwerp, she will discover that his perfect home may hold strange powers and even darker secrets. Their sexual passion becomes extreme. Her body undergoes bizarre changes. The previous tenant disappeared under mysterious circumstances. And deep within the building s dark basement lurks an ancient evil that waits to be reborn. Welcome to a neighborhood where obsession meets madness, history is written in blood, and modern horror is alive and well in a place called LEFT BANK.    ...

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The Gothic Library

Posted on Sep 4, 2013

The Gothic Library

Fibolg Publishing is dedicated the Gothic literary tradition, both modern and classic. Our anthologies always feature the masters of yesteryear as well as modern authors capturing the same tone, feel, and atmosphere of the famous (or infamous) dark fiction writers of the 1800s and early 1900s. The term Gothic has expanded beyond the literary realm, and now encompasses art, music, clothing, and of course, writing.     The Gothic Library is an ever-growing collection of those dark shadows that represent the highest achievement in Gothic. Is this somewhat subjective? Why of course. Our Gothic world is seeped in the themes, atmosphere, and conflicted emotions made famous by Shelley, Byron, Poe, Lovecraft, Hawthorne, the Brontë sisters, and many more. Capes swirl, the mist curls around an ankle, and fear clenches the heart. Voices whisper from the darkness, and phantoms haunt the shadowy night. If this is your world, “Enter freely. Go safely, and leave something of the happiness you bring!”                   ~Dracula, chapter two...

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