Gnomes at Midnight

We Shall be Monsters: Frankenstein two centuries on

A project in Ottawa, Canada by Renaissance

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An anthology of short stories celebrating the 200th anniversary of the publication of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein
Backers: 28
Average Pledge Per Backer: $33 CAD

Funded: $926 CAD of $5,500 CAD
Dates: Oct 27th -> Dec 17th (52 days)
Project By: Renaissance
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First Reward: An Academic Discussion of Frankenstein and Colonialism by Ashley Caranto Morford

November 8th - via:
In the first of our Kickstarter stretch reward academic discussions of Frakenstein, Derek Newman-Stille interviews Ashley Caranto Morford from the University of Toronto about a decolonizing perspective on Frankenstein. Morford applies a queer... (Read More)

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