Literary Gothic
An excellent and large literary resource with resources and numerous Gothic texts.( Jack Voller) 

The Gothic: Materials for Study
An extensive overview of Gothic literature including: terror and horror, female Gothic, and Gothic Drama.

The Sickly Taper
Devoted to Gothic Bibliographies, The Sickly Taper, is brought to us by the foremost Gothic authority Frederick Frank.

18th-Century Gothic Fragments
Links to Gothic Fragments from Anna Letitia Barbauld, Mary Hays and Harriet Lee.

Gothic Literature: What the Romantic Writers Read
A survey of Romantic poets regarding their acquaintance with Gothic literature, documenting this important aspect of Romantic influence and intertextuality with primary and secondary sources. (Doug Thomson) Georgia Southern

The Ghost Stories of M. R. James
An introduction and many of the stories from M. R. James, a master terror novelist.

My Hideous Progeny: Mary Shelley's Frankenstein
On this site, you will find everything you have ever wanted to know about Mary Shelley. There are pages dealing with Mary's life, her family, her friends and her novels. A large section of this web site is specifically devoted to her most famous novel Frankenstein, offering a summary, a title explanation, character descriptions and information about the genre of Gothic literature. The text of Frankenstein is available in a fully annotated HTML format.

Vampiri Europeana, or, A Bibliography of Non-English European Resources on Vampires in Literature, Folklore, & Popular Culture
Vampiri Europeana is intended as a resource for scholars and others interested in the vampire motif in the fields of literature, folklore and popular culture. While several bibliographies of English texts are available, few have been published regarding non-English texts, and in particular, none are directed to the English-speaking researcher. Maintained by Melanie Hayes.

Bram Stoker's Dracula Home Page
(Elizabeth Miller)

The University of Virginia Text Archive
An extensive collection of e-texts from the University of Virginia.

Gaslight Electronic Text and Discussion Site
Gaslight is an Internet discussion list which reviews one story a week from the genres of mystery, adventure and The Weird, written between 1800 and 1919.

Poppy Z. Brite
The Gothic works of Poppy Z. Brite.

The Literature of the Fantastic
A collection of supernatural e-texts.

Dark Side of the Web
Gothic Literature, music and experience.


IDST 2305.02: The Gothic Imagination
Georgia College and State University, Robert Viau