If you fell in love with "The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo" series, you're already familiar with one of our favorite genres: Nordic Noir. Want more? We're happy to share.
We like our books like we like our coffee: Big, dark, and delicious. With anatomy, fashion, death, and poisons in their pages, these coffee table books fit the bill.
What is Dracula like in Iceland? Istanbul? These alternate Count stories came before he graced the silver screen, and we can't get enough of them.
We spy with our little eyes: Dresses, rings, journals, and even sweet treats - all festooned with the humble eyeball. It's safe to say the eyes have it.
Looking for the next book that'll keep you up late, reading under the covers? These Dear Darkling staff picks are worth the inevitable paper cuts. Here's what we're reading this month.
Darkling artist and illustrator Mila Rosha creates ink and graphite pieces that look straight out of antique horror novels. We spoke with her about her passions, process, and upcoming projects.
Whether we're scribbling out song lyrics or NaNoWriMo'ing the next Great American Gothic novel, we all write best when we've got the perfect pen and paper.