Who I’ve written for:

Death & The Maiden

The Exquisite Style of an Osteological Enchantress

Widows and Virgins: The Curse of Being a Single Woman

Midwives, Layers-Out, and Lady Pole

Dirge Magazine

Contributor to the Dirge 2016 Style Guide: (PDF)

“Neck Jewels to Covet: Witchy, Kinky, and Gothic Chokers”

“Grim Beauty Essentials for Magical Makeup”

“Wicked Enamel Pins for the Satanic, Morbid Warlock”

 

The Dark Magic of Dead Bodies 

How Modern Women are Reclaiming the Occult

Hearses: All About Those Dead Sexy Deathwagons

The Victorian Séance: The Ultimate Feminine Death Party

Death’s Heads, Cherubs, and Weeping Willows: A Brief History of Graveyard Symbols

The Tragedy of the Black Rock Witch: A Review of Hex by Thomas Olde Heuvelt

The House of Widow Channels the Fashion of the Widow Windsor 

The Bickering Irish Dead: Máirtín Ó Cadhain’s ‘Graveyard Clay’

Perfume Yourself with the Flora of a Spring Cemetery

Noxious Dollops and Opium Tonics: Poisonous Victorian Home Remedies

Victorian Post-Mortem Photography: Why We Still Love to Capture the Dead

How We Mourn the Famous and What It Says About Collective Grief

The Renaissance of Handcrafts and Fine Arts Celebrates Dark Culture

How To Woo Your Dark Valentine

The Fantastic Feminine: Angela Slatter’s Of Sorrow and Such

Curious Nature: A Cabinet of Wonders in Phoenix, Arizona

Segovia Amil: Confessional Queen of the Darklings

Mourning Jewelry by Blood Milk Jewels is Reviving an Old Tradition

Taxidermy Art by Robert Marbury Dispels Misconceptions about Modern Taxidermy

7 Wickedly Beautiful Coffee Table Books About Death

Sinister Scents: Burke & Hare Co Krampus Candles

How to Stock Your Vintage Occult Library

Ways to Propose to Your Weird Person

 

The Cinegogue

Crimson Peak Review: A Pseudo-Horror that Adheres to Perfect Gothic Splendor