About

I live in Copenhagen, which is quite rainy. Sometimes sunny, but mostly rainy. Or at least fairly cloudy. I like to write about monsters and have a PhD in gender studies, hauntology and monster theory, so rest assured that all my claims regarding bumps in the night and sudden death are peer reviewed, academically sound and perfectly feminist. Trust me, I’m a monster doctor.

The title of this site – uhyrligt – is a slightly old-fashioned Danish word for ‘monstrous’ and ‘outrageous’.

You can contact me at contactuhyrligt [at] gmail [dot] com and follow me on Twitter.

/Line Henriksen


List of publications:


Fiction:

2017:

Puppet, in: 101 Fiction, issue #15: Devils and Demons

Snowball Wants to go to Outer Space, in: Jersey Devil Press.

2016:

Stilts, in: Clowns – The Unlikely Coulrophobia Remix, Unlikely Story Journal

2015:

See, in: Northern Light, Edinburgh University Press

Cat’s Lunch, in: Northern Light, Edinburgh University Press

The Hour and a Half in Long Street West, in: Pankhearst Slim Volume: Wherever You Roam, Kate Garrett (ed.), Pankhearst

Jellyfish in: theEEEL by tNY.Press

The Kitchen is Burning, in freeze frame fiction

2013:

Snowball Wants to go to Outer Space. Honorable mention in “The Fantasy is Here; The Future is Now” contest by Spark: A Creative Anthology


Non-fiction:

2017:

Tomrum, in: KULTURO #43: Frygt

2016:

In the Company of Ghosts – Hauntology, Ethics, Digital Monsters. Linköping University Press

2015:

(Co-edited with M. Radomska and M. Shildrick). Somatechnics: Missing Links and Non/Human Queerings, volume 5, number 2

(with M. Radomska). ‘Missing Links and Non/Human Queerings: an Introduction’, in: Somatechnics, volume 5, number 2

Review of Prismatic Ecology: Ecotherory beyond Green (ed. by Jeffrey Jerome Cohen), in: Somatechnics, volume 5, number 2

2014:

A Short Bestiary of Creatures from the Web, in: The Ashgate Research Companion to Paranormal Cultures, January

‘“Come, so that I may Chase you Away!” On Ghost Hunts and Posthuman Ethics’, in: Somatechnics, volume 4, issue 1

2013:

Here be Monsters: ‘The Choreomaniac’s Companion to the Danse Macabre, in: Women & Performance (Ampersand), volume 23, issue 3

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