HorrorAddicts.net 111, Horror Addicts Guide to Life

Horror Addicts Episode# 111

Horror Hostess: Emerian Rich

Intro Music by: Valentine Wolfe


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Horror Addicts Guide to Life

Horror Addicts Guide to LifeDo you love the horror genre? Do you look at horror as a lifestyle?

Do the “norms” not understand your love of the macabre?


Despair no longer, my friend, for within your grasp is a book written

by those who look at horror as a way of life, just like you. This is

your guide to living a horrifying existence. Featuring interviews with

Midnight Syndicate, Valentine Wolfe, and The Gothic Tea Society.


Authors: Kristin Battestella, Mimielle, Emerian Rich, Dan Shaurette,

Steven Rose Jr., Garth von Buchholz, H.E. Roulo, Sparky Lee

Anderson, Mary Abshire, Chantal Boudreau, Jeff Carlson, Catt

Dahman, Dean Farnell, Sandra Harris, Willo Hausman, Laurel

Anne Hill, Sapphire Neal, James Newman, Loren Rhoads, Chris

Ringler, Jessica Robinson, Eden Royce, Sumiko Saulson, Patricia

Santos Marcantonio, J. Malcolm Stewart, Stoneslide Corrective, Mimi

A.Williams, and Ron Vitale. With art by Carmen Masloski and Lnoir.




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Mimielle’s Musings: 10 Delightful Madwomen You Really Should Get to Know

Today if you Google “women…insanity”, you will mostly get hits for an exercise program that some people advocate with the dubious boast of it of making them vomit.  Instead, I will sit here with my nice cup of milky tea, curled up in my comfy chair and take you on a little tour of The Ophelia Gallery and reveal to you another view and definition in the form of a little list for your future reading pleasure…

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1. Emilie Autumn, present, not a character, mental health advocate, she is bipolar, a talented musician and addresses ‘madness’ through her music, stage shows and also through her semi-autobiographical writing, most notable to date is her hefty illustrated tome ‘The Asylum for Wayward Victorian Girls’ soon to be a self-narrated audio-book.

2. Cathy Earnshaw

(fictional character, Wuthering Heights, Emily Bronte, 1847)

3. Bertha Rochester

(fictional character, Jane Eyre, Charlotte Bronte,  1847 )

4. Emma Bovary

(fictional character, Madame Bovary, Gustave Flaubert, 1857)


5. Anne Catherick

(fictional character but based on a true story, The Woman in White, Wilkie Collins, 1860)

6. Rebecca

(fictional character, Rebecca, Daphne du Maurier 1938)

7. Anna Wulf

(fictional character The Golden Notebook, Doris Lessing, 1962)

8. Esther Greenwood

(semi-autobiographical character, The Bell Jar, Sylvia Plath, 1963)

9. Annie Wilkes

(fictional character, Misery, Stephen King, 1987)


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Notes & Quotes:

“If a man wanted to get rid of his wife, he would simply get two doctors to certify her and lock her up,” says John Sutherland, Emeritus professor of English Literature at University College London. “It’s what Dickens himself did when his wife kicked up a fuss at his affair.”

Many of these have been made into films but there is nothing quite like letting the madness creep in at 3 am when the world is full of shadows, the silence is all around and you and your mind are all alone together, the only ones awake.

In closing…”Mimi, why only nine, why not 10?”
“Why…does it…bother you?” 🙂

OK then, go read about Ophelia in Hamlet, she will be our #10.

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ophelia millais

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Mad Music Scream-Along for the Day: Emilie Autumn, “Opheliac”

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Stay Beautiful, Addicts! ~Mimielle~

A Musical Tea Party with Emilie Autumn

N. American 2011 Tour VIP Experience: A Musical Tea Party with Emilie Autumn

For a very small number of people per N. American tour date, EA is offering what is most definitely the most amazing fan experience yet! For the price of $75, thirty-five people per show date will have the opportunity to purchase the Asylum VIP Package, elevating you to Official Asylum Inmate status. Inmates will receive:
»1 concert ticket
»1 hand-signed and numbered limited edition lithograph art print of EA’s “Plague Rat” painting
»1 admission to a pre-show private “Inmates Only” classical violin concert featuring live music by Bach and other great composers performed for you by EA
»1 “Meet & Greet” session with EA, including autograph signing and photo opportunity
»1 commemorative “Asylum Inmate” concert laminate
»Sip a hot cup of the new Asylum Tea as you listen to the violin performance (bringing your own teacup is highly recommended)
»Permission to remain inside the venue after the VIP session, insuring your prime spot at the front of the stage, otherwise known as the “tea & cake” area, for obvious reasons

The Asylum Tour: The Door, N. America 2011
Wed, 2/09/11 Cleveland, OH, Peabody’s Down Under
Thu, 2/10/11 Millvale, PA, Mr. Small’s Theatre
Fri, 2/11/11 New York, NY, Gramercy Theatre
Sat, 2/12/11 Somerville, MA, The Armory
Sun, 2/13/11 Washington, DC, Rock n’ Roll Hotel
Tues, 2/15/11 Montreal, QUE, Studio JPR
Wed, 2/16/11 Toronto, ON, The Mod Club
Thu, 2/17/11 Pontiac, MI, The Crofoot Ballroom
Fri, 2/18/11 Chicago, IL, Metro
Sat, 2/19/11 St. Paul, MN, Station 4
Mon, 2/21/11 Denver, CO, Bluebird Theater
Wed, 2/23/11 Salt Lake City, UT, Avalon Theater
Fri, 2/25/11 Seattle, WA, Studio 7
Sat, 2/26/11 Vancouver, BC, Rickshaw Theatre
Sun, 2/27/11 Portland, OR, Branx
Tues, 3/01/11 San Francisco, CA, Bottom Of The Hill
Thurs, 3/03/11 Los Angeles, CA, El Rey Theatre
Fri, 3/04/11 Mesa, AZ, The Nile
Sun, 3/06/11 El Paso, TX, Club 101
Mon, 3/07/11 Austin, TX, Elysium
Tues, 3/08/11 Dallas, TX, The Prophet Bar
Thurs, 3/10/11 Kansas City, MO, The Beaumont Club
Fri, 3/11/11 St. Louis, MO, Fubar
Sat, 3/12/11 Des Moines, IA, Vaudeville Mews

For more information or to buy tickets, go to: http://www.emilieautumn.com