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A Poem by Emily Brontë

Wuthering Heights

“Emily wanted to be a Night Walker before she knew what one was.  Sometimes I think she summoned it.”   ~Anne Brontë, Nightwalker Here is one of Emily’s poem’s.  It reveals how, despite the deep blackness of night on the moors, she was unafraid of the darkness. A Poem by Emily Jane Brontë Ah! why, because the dazzling sun Restored my earth to joy Have you departed, every one, And left a desert sky? All through the night, your glorious Read more…


Brontë Inspired Novels of 2016

2016 has been a good year for Bronte inspired Novels. Three fun books have been released so far and Anne Brontë Nightwalker will be added to the list on October 31st.  In the meantime, here’s some entertaining fiction to keep your Brontë cravings satisfied:   The Madwoman Upstairs by Catherine Lowell     This has all kinds of Brontë fun.  An orphan girl, a foreign university, (Oxford!), a handsome but surly professor, a crumbling attic, and missing Brontëana.  Throw in some mystery Read more…


Dear Sweet Fierce Anne Brontë

Anne Bronte

Anne Brontë, the fiercest Brontë of all?   With a trio of Bronte sisters to choose from, two of whom are perennial favorites, plus their wildly wayward brother Branwell, why write a novel about Anne?  Grave, quiet, serious Anne?  Why not Charlotte of Jane Eyre fame?  Or Emily, creator of the savagely gothic Wuthering Heights?  Why little Anne Brontë, author of the less popular and more realistic novels, Agnes Grey and The Tenant of Wildfell Hall?   Let me tell you!   Because there’s so Read more…