From the desolate plains of West Texas to the sultry, swampy bayous of the Delta, up to the stark, cold region of Appalachia, this list will give every viewer a taste of the dark, macabre world of Southern Gothic.
Vampires, decomposing corpses, ghosts, racial injustice and, of course, crumbling mansions abound in this list that pays homage to the genre.
New Orleans resident Armstrong's novel 'The Curse of Penryth Hall' will be published in 2023.
Interview with artist and creator of the Southern Gothic Oracle deck Stacey Williams-Ng.
Debut author J.C. Sasser is as unassuming about the beauty of her novel 'Gradle Bird' as her main character of the same name is about her gravitational force.
Emily Carpenter follows up 'Burying the Honeysuckle Girls' with another family drama, this one based in cult horror.
"We all have our own kinds of freakishness and grotesqueries, celebrated or hidden." - an interview with Susan Swartwout
An interview with debut author Hester Young, who sets her Southern Gothic thriller on a South Louisiana plantation.
There once was a house with a white picket fence.
Smiles and I love yous were all around and dinner was on the table every night