Allan Lloyd Smith Prizes 2019: Shortlists announced

The International Gothic Association is delighted to announce the shortlists for this year’s Allan Lloyd Smith Prizes.

Monograph Prize Shortlist

Rebecca Duncan, South African Gothic: Anxiety and Creative Dissent in the Post-apartheid Imagination and Beyond (University of Wales Press)

Alison Milbank, God & the Gothic: Religion, Romance, and Reality in the English Literary Tradition (Oxford University Press)

Gary D. Rhodes, The Birth of the American Horror Film (Edinburgh University Press)

Catherine Spooner, Post-Millennial Gothic: Comedy, Romance and the Rise of Happy Gothic (Bloomsbury)

Edited Collections Prize Shortlist

Carol Margaret Davison, ed., The Gothic and Death (Manchester University Press)

Carol Margaret Davison and Monica Germanà, eds, Scottish Gothic: An Edinburgh Companion (Edinburgh University Press)

Carol Margaret Davison and Marie Mulvey-Roberts, eds, Global Frankenstein (Palgrave Macmillan)

Robert McKay and John Miller, eds, Werewolves, Wolves and the Gothic (University of Wales Press)

Many congratulations to the shortlisted authors. The Allan Lloyd Smith Memorial Prizes will be presented (or, if a winning author or editor is not present, announced) during the IGA conference, which, this year, is hosted in late July by Lewis University, Illinois.