2021 hasn’t had a great start. But there’s been at least a little bit of good news in the form of a book update.
After selling out before publication in 2020, and then coming back on print-on-demand at an inflated hardcover rate, Gothic Remixed: Monster Mashups and Frankenfictions in 21st-Century Culture will finally be coming to paperback. It’s currently available for preorder—due out on 25 March 2021, and retailing at £28.99 ($39.95 in the US).
I’m hopeful that I’ll be able to share a discount code shortly, and if you are still unable to get your hands on a physical copy, you can access the PhD thesis the book is based on in Open Access through Cardiff University.
If you’ve already read Gothic Remixed, or are interested in learning more about the history (and monstrosity) of contemporary remix culture, I would love to hear from you! My DMs are open on Twitter, or you can e-mail me at my work address.
You can find reviews of Gothic Remixed on Sublime Horror and the Collage Research Network, as well as the TLS.