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    Doris V. Sutherland

    Horror historian, animation addict and tubular transdudette. Catch me on Twitter @dorvsutherland, or view my blog at dorisvsutherland.wordpress.com. If you like my writing enough to fling money my way, then please visit patreon.com/dorvsutherland.

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  • 2019 Hugo Award Reviews: Novellas Part One

    2019 Hugo Award Reviews: Novellas Part One0

    Welcome back to this series reviewing the prose contenders for the 2019 Hugo Awards. Previous instalments have covered Best Short Story and Best Novelette. Now it is time to begin looking at the contenders for the title of Best Novella…

  • Tammy & Jinty Special 2019: The Girls are Back in Town

    Tammy & Jinty Special 2019: The Girls are Back in Town0

    In the past, generations of British girls were entertained by comics with names like Sally, Judy, Diana, Debbie, Emma, June, Penny, Sandie, and Tina. The respective title character would serve as a mascot, while each issue contained a collection of stories about the exploits of various young heroines. D.C. Thomson’s Bunty, which ran from 1958 to

  • 2019 Hugo Award Reviews: Novelettes

    2019 Hugo Award Reviews: Novelettes0

    Welcome to the second of our series examining the prose stories that are competing at this year’s Hugo Awards for science fiction and fantasy. The previous post covered the Best Short Story category. Now, let us raise the wordcount and enter Best Novelette, honouring stories of between 7,500 and 17,500 words in length…

  • The Vampyre’s Legacy, Part 6: An Occult Dawn

    The Vampyre’s Legacy, Part 6: An Occult Dawn0

    In 1897, Dracula had successfully transported the vampire from a hazy Gothic past to turn-of-the-century London – and it is quite possible that the Count would have found himself at home. After all, he arrived just in time to see a rising interest in occultism that occurred during the late Victorian and Edwardian eras.