Tag: Kate Laity

Surreal Noir

Listen to Surreal Noir at No Bounds Radio hosted by friend of the Gutter Kate Laity. It’s what it says–a mix of discussion of surreal art and noir books and film. This episode includes audio and texts from In a Lonely Place, Leonora Carrington, Ghostdance, Remedios Varo, and […]

Chillers: Not Quite Patricia Highsmith

‘Imagine tales so bone-chillingly cold you’ll beg for a warm bed to hide under!’ or so promises the cover copy of Chillers (1990). The front cover amplifies host Anthony Perkins’ role, suggesting a link to the better-known episodic horror series around that time like Tales from the Crypt, […]

Campus Conjuring

This week Guest Star Kate Laity writes about Fritz Leiber’s Conjure Wife (1943) and two lesser known adaptations. ~~~ I’m currently writing about Fritz Leiber’s Conjure Wife and the 1962 film based on it, Night of the Eagle, AKA, Burn, Witch, Burn! (1962). It’s a pity there are […]

“Gresham’s Wicked Cards”

At Punk Noir, friend of the Gutter Kate Laity writes about the Tarot in art and William Lindsay Gresham. “While musing on Nightmare Alley (something I do more than most people I suspect) I often wonder how deeply William Lindsay Gresham studied the tarot and whether it was for more […]

“Magickal Women’s Conference”

There’s still time to get your tickets to the Magical Women’s Conference. “This year it features friend of the Gutter Kate Laity! We bring together academics, independent researchers, practitioners, artists, authors, and other creators to share their wisdom and knowledge in an array of online events, from our […]