Okay, I’ll be blogging about day one for US Studies Online (coming soon!) but I feel the need to add a… Read more BAAS 2017: Why It Was Ace
As we speak I’m working my way through Hogg, Samuel R. Delany’s controversial novel which depicts how a self-proclaimed “rape… Read more
I have developed a sudden and severe addiction to the work of Keri Arthur, an Australian writer whose Riley Jenson… Read more Werewolves, Vampires and Clubbing: The Joy of Dark Fantasy Pulp
I recently finished my thesis, which explored transgression in the fiction of Bret Easton Ellis, Poppy Z. Brite and Chuck… Read more July 2016 Update
Almost everyone, in my experience, has a list of things they would like to learn. Be it figure skating, trout… Read more What Would You Like to Learn?
One of my favourite books as a child was Roald Dahl’s Matilda. I was very fond of the main character… Read more On Red Ponies and Sour Grapes
While authors are often valued (particularly in the context of so-called high literature) according to their ability to write books… Read more Escapism or Endless Joy? Four Fascinating Narrative Universes
It’s been a while since my last post, but settling in after the Christmas holiday has taken a while. To… Read more Research Update
As the title says, let’s hope 2014 will be a good one. I enjoyed my well-deserved holiday and have just… Read more Happy New Year!
Writing a blog and being on Twitter still feels like shameless self-promotion; after all, why would anyone be interested in… Read more Blogging About Blogging…