An assemblage of vivid prose-poetry, both gripping and furious, this collection navigates a macabre tour of nightmares, perverse secrets, and death-focused mythologies. Creating a world awash in violence and history, a landscape of gunslingers, madwomen, ghosts, and wolves is given greater shape with each concise, narrative verse. Enigmatic and thrilling, these compiled pieces lay the groundwork for Adamsons award-winning and best-selling novel, The Outlander. Combining neo-gothicism, surrealist snapshots, feminism, and postmodern parables, each lyric moment echoes the characteristics of the outlaws described withinseductive and a little bit dangerous.
- Electronic book text | 100 pages
- 139 x 215mm
- 01 Apr 2011
- ECW Press,Canada
- Montreal, Canada
Table of contents
Introduction: What is What is Goth? The Encyclopedia: Absinthe to Emile Autumn Babybat to Lord Byron Cabaret Voltaire to Cyberlox The Damned to D-Ring Ebay to Eye of Horus Factory Records to Futurepop GAF to Guyliner Nina Hagan to Hyperium Records IDM to Ipso Factor David J to Joy Division Kambriel to Kutna Hora Lacuna Coil to Lycia Mallgoth to Mute Records NDH to Nosferatu Obscura to Outburn Bettie Page to PVC Anne Rampling to Rue Morgue Salem to Synthpop Tamagothi to Type O Negative Ubergoth to Urban Gothic V&Z to VNV Nation Wave Gotik Treffen to World Goth Day X-Tra-X to Zombies Extras: Goth Band Family Tree 13 Goth Places to See Before You Die Acknowledgements