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Frankenstein, Dracula, and Eight More Early Tales of Terror for Halloween Reading

Castle of Otranto

Celebrate Halloween with one or two of the earliest examples of the horror novel. Read More »

Theater Review (Seattle): ‘Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus’ at Book-It Repertory Theatre

Connor Toms in Book-It's production of Frankenstein. Photo by Chris Bennion.

A lackluster monster doesn't spoil the terrific elements of this true-to-the-book staging of Mary Shelley's classic tale. Read More »

Graphic Novel Review: Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, Adapted by Lloyd S. Wagner and Naresh Kumar

Frankenstein illustrated for young adults. Read More »

Frankenstein Is Not the Monster!

I want to set the record straight: the monster is not Frankenstein; the doctor who created the monster is! Read More »

Book Review: The Original Frankenstein by Mary (and Percy) Shelley

Vintage brings two versions of the classic tale Frankenstein together in this excellent paperback. Read More »