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"Victor Frankenstein Becoming Disgusted at His Creation."
Illustration from the frontispiece of the 1831 edition of Frankenstein by Mary Shelley, published by Colburn and Bentley, London.
The Postmodern Prometheus Podcast
A podcast about all things Frankenstein. Hosted by two literature nerds obsessed with Mary Shelley's creation. The hosts delve irreverently into the 1818 edition of Frankenstein and sprinkle in reviews of Frankenstein adaptations of dubious quality.
Frankenstein's Afterlife Podcast
This is a podcast about how Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein went from a relatively obscure, anonymously published novel in 1818 to the modern myth that it is today. Each episode examines the novel’s legacy by focusing on a year and discussing an adaptation, a literary work that bears its influence, or an historical event that is related to the story’s themes.
A podcast stitched together from the corpses of mystery, noir, and gothic literature and cinema.
Library Talks Podcast #256: Frankenstein, Our Dark Mirror
Over 200 years ago, a teenage girl started a literary legacy that continues to haunt us today. Why do we still keep telling this story and how does it reflect our darkest fears? Curators join monster theory scholars and best-selling authors to trace the history of Mary Wollstonecraft Godwin Shelley’s classic. This special podcast episode unpacks the genius of Shelley’s novel, its origins and evolution.
The Legendarium Podcast #201: Frankenstein
It’s a surprise Halloween episode, with the 200th anniversary of the book that arguably launched the modern science fiction genre. Craig, Ryan, and Kyle take on Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, discussing its author, its historical and contemporary significance, and the ever-applicable themes found therein.
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