Posts Tagged ‘Weird Fiction Review’
Secondary Worlds and Cityscapes – Continuum Convention, Part 3
Weird fiction is a term that traditionally referred to macabre fiction of the 1930s. This fiction was not strictly horror or gothic fiction, but added a supernatural other – sometimes using ghost stories, sometimes using mythic tropes – to everyday reality. Weird fiction sets out to make the reader uneasy – it’s related to Freud’s ...