Anthony J. (Tony) Fonseca is the library director of Alumnae Library, Elms College, Massachusetts. He is the co-author of Read On—Horror and three editions of Hooked on Horror, and two upcoming books, Proactive Marketing for the New and Experienced Library Director and Encyclopedia of the Zombie: The Undead in Popular Culture. He is also co-editor of Dead Reckonings: The Review of Horror Fiction. He has two upcoming book chapters on Ramsey Campbell and Robert Aickman, as well as one co-authored chapter on the female vampires in the films Nadja and Dracula’s Daughter. He has previously published chapters/articles on doppelgangers, psychics, horror readership, vampire music, bhangra-beat music, patron-driven acquisitions, and information literacy trends in academia. His current projects include articles on horror film music, on critical thinking in nursing education, and on The Boondocks, and he hopes to find time to dabble in writing fiction in 2014.
Ramsey Campbell, Subtlety, Surprise, and "Ghosts Know"
IN THEIR INTRODUCTION to Modern Gothic, Victor Sage and Allan Lloyd Smith illuminate one of the basic concerns of gothic fiction — ...