In a 1988 Sight And Sound interview, Patricia Highsmith talks about film adaptations of her novels, from Strangers On A Train (1950) to The American Friend (1977)
(No, I don’t mean that kind of bump. Sheesh. You people.) Given the timing of this column, and its proximity to Halloween, it seemed logical to write about the spooky side of Romance. But it was a little harder than I thought to put together a reading list. I wanted to concentrate on books that […]
Recently, I’ve been thinking about danger. Specifically, the kind of danger that runs through a certain subsection of Romance, often called ‘romantic suspense’. These are the stories that drop the hero and heroine into physical jeopardy in addition to exposing them to all the emotional risks of falling in love. When done well, they share […]
The Gutter will help you get ready for the Rapture in Chicago with Gutter Founding Editor Jim Munroe’s Therefore, Repent! (free here) and the sequel set in Post-Rapture Detroit, Sword of My Mouth, featuring excellent art Shannon Gerrard. The Rapture isn’t what we think it is. (Full disclosure: Carol was an editor on both and […]
The digital edition of Jim Munroe and Shannon Gerrard’s, Sword of My Mouth is up with some lovely preview pages. You can stare straight down the blade, if you want.
Read 61 pages of post-Rapture Chicago with a Raven and a Mummy from Therefore, Repent!, a graphic novel written by the Gutter’s founding editor and former Evil Overlord, Jim Munroe.