All tales of haunting are about belonging. What belongs, what is unwanted, what keeps coming back.
And ghosts, by nature, reveal something other – a trace of history hidden or submerged.
Continue reading Haunting and Healing in Toni Morrison’s Beloved
The Role of Space and Place in Trauma narratives, looking at Anil’s Ghost and Cereus Blooms at Night
Continue reading More Than Words
… “as the starling said”. Through the lens of Mary Wollstonecraft, what does it mean to be free in Jane Austen’s Mansfield Park?
Continue reading I Cannot Get Out
If places can have a soul, this is one of my favourite types…
Continue reading On Dark Café Days (and Nights)
Can New York be thought of as a desert?
Continue reading Lost in Lorca
A creative exploration of Charlotte Brontë’s unrequited love notes
Continue reading The Secret Life of a Love Letter