Craig Wallace is a final year PhD student in the Blog CraigSchool of English at Queen’s. His research interests include medievalism, spectral technologies, and the treatment of the past in Gothic literature, weird fiction and British horror cinema. The thesis has particular focus on the writing of M.R. James, Arthur Machen, and Nigel Kneale. He has presented research papers at ‘The Middle Ages in the Modern World’ conference in St. Andrew’s, ‘The Weird: Fugitive Fictions/Hybrid Genres’ conference in the University of London, and ‘Spreading the Light: the Vernacular Elucidarium in Medieval England’ in the University of Kent. He has also presented papers at Borderlines in Belfast and Dublin, the Common Ground postgraduate conference, and the School of English research seminar at Queen’s. Craig organizes the film club for the Medieval Cultures seminar series.