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28 Nov

2018 Starts Early

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Seems like the new year starts early. Two Routledge volumes I contributed to are out (with a 2018 copyright):

Ecogothic in Nineteenth-Century American Literature, edited by Dawn Keetley and Matthew Wynn Sivils, and

Horror Television in the Age of Consumption: Binging on Fear, edited by Kimberly Jackson and Linda Belau

Make sure you pick up your copies!

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15 Nov

Human Extinction in The Last of Us

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I'm home sick, which is why I won't be able to participate in a conference I'd been looking forward to basically since the organizers posted the CfP in February. So, here's the paper that I would've presented in Dublin ...

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13 Nov

Chapter on Megalodon and Spectral Animals

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Melissa Edmundson Makala (I contributed a chapter to her edited volume The Gothic Tradition in Supernatural: Essays on the Television Series on repetition and difference) and Ruth Heholt (currently working on a piece on The Order 1886 for her co-edited volume The New Urban Gothic) have invited me to contribute a chapter to their forthcoming volume on Gothic Animals. Here's the call for papers, which provides a neat outline of the project. For my abstract, click 'read more'.

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05 Oct

Chapter on the Urban Gothic and The Order 1886

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Holly-Gale Millette and Ruth Heholt have invited me to contribute a chapter to their forthcoming book The New Urban Gothic. My chapter will discuss colonialism and capitalism in the video game The Order 1886. For my abstract, click 'read more'.

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04 Oct

Chapter on Television in 1980s' Horror

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I will contribute a chapter on the role of television in horror movies to Oh, The Horror: Politics and Culture in Horror Films of the 1980s, edited by Connor and Kevin Scott. For my abstract, click 'read more'.

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