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that I love this parody of “Call Me Maybe” (as does the big girl). Enjoy!
To get into my newest project, a cultural history of zombies in America, I’ve been reading about monsters, monster theory, horror, zombies in all shapes, sizes, and phenotypes, and fear. This is an entirely new endeavor for me, and I … Continue reading
Alright, folks, this is my attempt at a semi-regular weekly post to let you know what I reading this week, and perhaps, to encourage some of you to read along with me. I’ll provide a short lists of the articles … Continue reading