Queer Werewolves & Feminist Horror

Erin M. Flaherty, 'Howling (and Bleeding) at the Moon: Menstruation, Monstrosity and the Double in the Ginger Snaps Werewolf Trilogy', Pace University Honors College Thesis (2008)

'Why Are There No Great Female Werewolves?', Artsy (2017)

Caitlin B. Giacopasi, 'The Werewolf Pride Movement: A Step Back from Queer Medieval Tradition', Steton Hall University Thesis (2011)

Claudia Dey, 'Mothers as Makers of Death', The Paris Review (2018)

Francesca Fau, 'Nevertheless, She Feasted: Why Girls Get Hungry in Horror Movies', Film School Rejects (2018)

Julia Armfield, 'On Body Horror and the Female Body', Publishers Weekly (2019)

Alexandra West, 'Alice Kept Secrets: Cinematic Grief and Lake Mungo (2008)', Bloody Disgusting (2018)

Tyler Malone, 'Every House is a Haunted House', LitHub (2018)

S. F. Whitaker, 'How Horror Helps with Processing Grief and Trauma', Book Riot (2020)

Sean T. Collins, 'The Ecstasy of the Agony: A Quick Guide to Transcendental Horror', The Outline (2020)

Nancy Holder, 'The H Word: H is for Haunted Houses', Nightmare Magazine (2015)

Jacob Geller, 'Control, Anatomy, and the Legacy of the Haunted House', video essay (2019)

Amanda Bergloff, 'Werewolves that Fish and Fight in Battles: The Scottish Wulver and Irish Faoladh in Folklore', Folklore Thursday (2018)