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In-text: (Athans, 2014)
Your Bibliography: Athans, P., 2014. Writing Monsters: How to Craft Believably Terrifying Creatures to Enhance Your Horror, Fantasy, and Science Fiction. New York: Writer's Digest Books.
In-text: (Sarah Everard: How a woman's death sparked a nation's soul-searching, 2021)
Your Bibliography: BBC News. 2021. Sarah Everard: How a woman's death sparked a nation's soul-searching. [online] Available at: <https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-56384600> [Accessed 2 May 2021].
In-text: (The Top 10 Horror Authors — The Best Horror Authors Alive Today, 2020)
Your Bibliography: booklaunch.io. 2020. The Top 10 Horror Authors — The Best Horror Authors Alive Today. [online] Available at: <https://booklaunch.io/bestsellers/best-horror-authors> [Accessed 2 May 2021].
In-text: (Castle, 2006)
Your Bibliography: Castle, M., 2006. On Writing Horror. Cincinnati, Ohio: Writer's Digest Books.
In-text: (Colton, 2021)
Your Bibliography: Colton, J., 2021. The Art of Fear: How to Write Scary Ghost Stories that Terrify Your Readers. Independently Published.
We can understand why linguistic usage has extended das Heimliche into its opposite, das Unheimliche; for this uncanny is in reality nothing new or alien, but something which is familiar and old-established in the mind and which has become alienated from it only through the process of repression.
In-text: (Freud, Strachey and Freud, 1955)
Your Bibliography: Freud, S., Strachey, J. and Freud, A., 1955. The Standard Edition of the Complete Psychological Works of Sigmund Freud. London: Hogarth Press, p.241.
in a lot of supernatural stories we’re dealing with fears that exist on a very practical level. And in between those two levels, the shout on top where the make believe is going on and the whisper underneath where the subconscious mind is saying, yes but this could really happen if you just could change a few things.
In-text: (King, 1989)
Your Bibliography: King, S., 1989. Public Radio Bookshow.
In-text: (King, Hill and King, 2012)
Your Bibliography: King, S., Hill, J. and King, O., 2012. On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft. 2nd ed. London: Hodder & Stoughton.
In-text: (Knost, 2010)
Your Bibliography: Knost, M., 2010. Writers workshop of horror. Chapmanville, W. Va.: Woodland Press.
In-text: (Kokoli, 2016)
Your Bibliography: Kokoli, A., 2016. The Feminist Uncanny in Theory and Art Practice. London: Bloomsbury Publishing, pp.4, 39.
In-text: (McGurl, 2014)
Your Bibliography: McGurl, K., 2014. Ghost Stories and How to Write Them. Bournemouth: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform.
In-text: (McLain, 2018)
Your Bibliography: McLain, K., 2018. A Totally Definitive List of the Best Horror Authors of All Time. [online] BOOK RIOT. Available at: <https://bookriot.com/best-horror-authors/> [Accessed 2 May 2021].
“[a] rejection of psychoanalysis and of Freud’s works is fatal for feminism. However it may have been used, psychoanalysis is not a recommendation for a patriarchal society, but an analysis of one. If we are interested in understanding and challenging the oppression of women, we cannot afford to neglect it.”
In-text: (Mitchell, 1974)
Your Bibliography: Mitchell, J., 1974. Psychoanalysis and Feminism. New York: Vintage Books, p.xiii.
In-text: (Mynhardt and Johnson, 2017)
Your Bibliography: Mynhardt, J. and Johnson, E., 2017. Where Nightmares Come From: The Art of Storytelling in the Horror Genre. Crystal Lake, IL: Crystal Lake Publishing LLC.
In-text: (Mynhardt and Johnson, 2018)
Your Bibliography: Mynhardt, J. and Johnson, E., 2018. It's alive! Bringing Your Nightmares to Life. Crystal Lake, IL: Crystal Lake Publishing LLC.
In-text: (Mynhardt, 2020)
Your Bibliography: Mynhardt, J., 2020. The Horror Writer: A Study of Craft and Identity in the Horror Genre. Austin, TX: Hellbound Books Publishing LLC.
In-text: (Adventure, Crime & Horror, 2021)
Your Bibliography: The Bookseller's Buyer's Guide to Fiction, 2021. Adventure, Crime & Horror. [online] (Spring 2021). Available at: <https://content.yudu.com/web/1vcls/0A1xp12/FBGSpring2021/html/index.html?origin=reader> [Accessed 2 May 2021].
In-text: (Williams, 2018)
Your Bibliography: Williams, A., 2018. The Best Modern Horror Writers. [online] Ranker. Available at: <https://www.ranker.com/list/best-modern-horror-writers/cptron> [Accessed 2 May 2021].
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