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Recent Academic Articles:

“Anamnesis, Hypomnesis, and the Failure of the Posthuman in Whedon’s Dollhouse,” in Joss Whedon’s Dollhouse. Ed. Sherry Ginn. Scarecrow Press, Forthcoming, 2014.

“Womanish Vices: Female-on-Female Violence in Eighteenth-Century England,” in Her Own Worst Enemy: The Eternal Internal Gender Wars of Our Sisters. Ed. Monique Williams and Julian Ferrell. Kendall Hunt Publishing. Forthcoming, 2014.

“Domesticity Deferred: Lois Lane, Clark Kent, and the Absence of Superman in Smallville” in Examining Lois Lane: The Scoop on Superman’s Sweetheart, Scarecrow Press, Forthcoming, 2013.

“Memory and Monstrosity in Buffy the Vampire Slayer” in Creatures of the Night. Ed. Nadine Farghaly. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2013. (Forthcoming).

“The Posthuman in Resident Evil” in Resident Evil. Ed. Nadine Farghaly. McFarland Press, 2013. (Forthcoming)

“The Gothic, Cultural Memory and the Created Family in Supernatural Teen Dramas,” Journal of Monsters and the Monstrous. 2.1: 2012. 67-78.

“Surviving the Inevitable Zombie Apocalypse: Voices of Hope in Zombie Literature,” with Elson Bond, in Better Off Dead: The Evolution of the Zombie as Posthuman in Film, Literature, Art and Culture. Ed. Deborah Christie and Sarah Juliet Lauro. Fordham UP: 2010.

Editions:

Before the Count, an edited collection of early vampire stories:

Before the Count

Academic and Pop-Culture Book Reviews:

Rev. of TV Goes to Hell: An Unofficial Road Map of Supernatural, ed. Stacey Abbott and David Lavery, for Studies in Popular Culture, Spring 2013.

Rev. of Jeffrey Weinstock, The Vampire Film: Undead Cinema, for Monsters and the Monstrous. 3.1 (2013).

Rev. of Lynn Zubernis and Katherine Larsen, Fandom at the Crossroads, for The Phoenix Papers, 1.1 (2013).

Rev. of The Ashgate Companion to Monsters and the Monstrous, ed. Asa Simon Mittman and Peter J. Dendle, for Monsters and the Monstrous. 2.2 (2012). Forthcoming.

Rev. of The Urban Fantasy Anthology, ed. Peter Beagle for Monsters and the Monstrous. 2.1 (2012).

Rev. of Christopher Flint, Family Fictions, for Studies in Eighteenth-Century Novels 1 (2001).

Rev. of Susan Owens, Restoration Theatre and Crisis, for Comparative Drama 32 (1999).

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