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This is a talk I gave this Thursday at the 'Mark of the Devil: On a Classic Exploitation Film'-conference in Tamsweg (close to where the movie was shot). Here's the key paragraph from the abstract submitted in November 2013: My proposed presentation will zero in on the struggle for authorship between Armstrong and Hoven, primarily as related through the paratexts included in the Blu-Ray release, yet will also consider the potential impact Hoven's appearance in the diegesis has on his claims to authorship. As I will demonstrate, the somewhat curious result that emerges from both Armstrong’s and Hoven’s (as presented by nearly the entire cast) individual claims to authorship is an effective re-assertion of the filmmaking process's collaborative nature.

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Nothing new to post, so let's turn to the past—here's a conference paper from last fall's Games and Literary Theory conference at the University of Malta. It was actually meant to be transformed into a journal article, but for the moment, it's on the backburner.

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11 Feb

Metaleptic Genre-Mixing in Supernatural

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I've decided to start posting chapter & article drafts here in an attempt to force myself to create a little more content. Since this is the internet, the versions found here will be more multimedially oriented than the print versions.

Anyhow, here's the first for this year, a book chapter on metalepses and genre-mixing in Supernatural, which is forthcoming in a book called Critical Reflections on Audience and Narrativity, which is already about to go to print.

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