In January, BoingBoing featured a piece on the The Library of Congress scans of artwork from an original print of Edgar Allan Poe's poem "The Raven," featuring haunting illustrations by famed artist Gustave Doré.
Throughout the history of horror, numerous women have published works that have won fans and a place in the literary world, and Mary Shelley is probably one of the most famous female authors of the genre.
Put an early chill in your fall reading season with these classic horror tales from Stephen King, H.P. Lovecraft, Edgar Allan Poe and more!
It's no surprise to find among H. P. Lovecraft's work some of the best tales of life-death-reanimation. “Cool Air” is one such tale.