ABOUT Eleanor Bourg Nicholson
In addition to scholarly pursuits, Eleanor Bourg Nicholson occasionally strays into fiction, including her epistolary novella, The Letters of Magdalen Montague, and her Gothic novels, A Bloody Habit and Brother Wolf. A former assistant executive editor for Dappled Things, she is assistant editor for the Saint Austin Review (StAR), as well as the editor of several Ignatius Critical Editions of the classics and has collaborated with other editors to provide footnotes for numerous other works.
Her work has appeared many places including the National Catholic Register, The Imaginative Conservative, Crisis Magazine, Touchstone, First Things, The Catholic Thing, and, of course, The St. Austin Review and Dappled Things. She is the resident Victorian literature instructor at Homeschool Connections, Eleanor, with her husband, homeschools their five children. By night, she reads the Victorians, writes Gothic novels, and cares for small children.
Fun fact: She has an extremely low tolerance for scary books and movies. She’s still petrified of “The Speckled Band”, and won’t sleep in a room where the bed is under a vent.
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