Essays/Articles

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2018—PopMatters:

Elsa Lanchester—Herself: Far More

Than the Bride of Frankenstein” (Book Review)

(5 pages)

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pjimage2018—Packingtown Review

“Space to Space: On Moving” (11 pages)

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SarahShook_Disarmers_poprockphotography_horiz-e14933700042032018—PopMatters

“From Cowpunk to Sarah Shook”

(15 pages)

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2018—PopMatters

“George A. Romero’s Martin:

On Lasting Intimacy with a Cult Cinema Vampire”

(18 pages)

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Nina Simone and Malvina Reynolds2018—PopMatters

Two one-page entries (on Nina Simone’s “Mississippi Goddam”* and Malvina Reynolds’ “It Isn’t Nice”**) in the article “Say It Loud! 100 Great Protest Songs”

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nipplepeople-99f698d7a38a1e3e88f022ad8fcd2169_view_article_new2018—PopMatters

“Who Are Nipplepeople? The Masked Duo Behind a String of Electropop Hits in Croatia, 2009-2018”

(9 pages)

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Yin Lady Preston Jackson2017—Packingtown Review:

“A Hard Life for Yin Lady (The Display History of a Grotesque Nude)”

(7 pages)

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w2042017—PopMatters:

“Caitlyn Jenner, Rachel Dolezal, and the Shifting

Boundaries of Identity” (Book Review)

(3 pages)

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at2016—Writer’s Chronicle:

“Something Wants Her Crooked: Ruralism, Surrealism,

and Mortality in the Poems of Alberta Turner”

(20 pages)

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mr-and-dls-image2016—PopMatters

“A Queer Alliance:

Dame Margaret Rutherford and Dawn Langley Simmons ”

(17 pages)

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what_happened_miss_simone_logojpg2016—PopMatters

“What Happened, Miss Simone? Captures Its Subject in Stained Glass”

(Film Review) (4 pages)

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290122016—PopMatters

“Less Story, More Play: All Aboard for Planet Marlys!”

(Book Review)

(3 pages)

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8b360708347a29d77ef33bfd816fe3252016—PopMatters

“25 Contributors to the Space Disco Era, 1976-1986: From the Avant-garde to Star Wars Commercialism and Beyond” (19 pages)

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Agatha-Graphic-Novel-GalleyCat2016—PopMatters

“Agatha Christie’s ‘Real Life’

as a Graphic Novel” (Book Review)

(3 pages)

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“Feminist Classic Antonia’s Line:

Still Rewarding, Still Relevant” (Film Review)

(3 pages)

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images2016—PopMatters

“To Gong or Not To Gong The Gong Show Movie

(7 pages)

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PM2016—PopMatters

“32 Films That Begin With Someone

Leaving a Mental Institution (1904-2012)”

(20 pages)

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 2014—Polari Magazine

“Forman Brown, Elsa Lanchester,

& the Turnabout Theatre”

(6 pages)

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 2013 —Journal of International Women’s Studies: “Nina Simone & The Civil Rights Movement: Protest at Her Piano, Audience at Her Feet” (25 pages)

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 2013—Tran(s)tudies

“The Autobiography of Miss Lily Jane

Bobbit by Truman Capote” (21 pages)

2013—PopMatters

“United by Default: Westboro Counter-Protesters” (12 pages)

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 2013—Polari Magazine

“LGBT History Month Heroes:  Drag Pioneer Charles Pierce” (2½ pages)

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 2013—Polari Magazine

“Best of 2012: Scott Schirmer’s Found

(1 page)

 2012—Bright Lights Film Journal (#78)

“Last to Leave the Theater: Sissy Spectatorship of Stalker Movies and the Final Girls Who Survive Them” (23 pages)

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“Bright Lights Film Journal, Issue #78, is up and there’s a hilarious and heartbreaking article on slasher films by A. Loudermilk, who discusses the final girl in horror from the ‘Sissy Spectator’ point of view, a rare and fascinating (and funny, horrifying, and affectionate) piece called ‘Last to Leave the Theater….’ I would recommend you read it if you call yourself a Carol Clover fan, or just a fan of horror movies. It’s a rare and important glimpse into the brutality of the 1980s, wherein homophobia and hate crimes were all but encouraged by the reigning social order….” —Acidemic Film Journal

2012—Polari Magazine

“DIY Drag & the Ho-Made Video”

(9 pages in 3 parts)

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 2005—Journal of International Women’s Studies (V5#5)

Taking Her Name—Queer Male ‘Woman-Identification’

and Feminist Theory” (27 pages)

 2003—We, The “Other Victorians” (Silvia Caporale-Bizzini, ed.) (Publicaciones Universidad de Alicante)

“This Side of the Misty Sea, Where Wynken, Blynken and Nod Saw Off

the Kitty’s Tail—Childhood’s Lost Icon, Eugene Field” (24 pages)

 2003The Journal of Sexuality & Culture (V7#1)

Review of Sex and Humor:

Selections from The Kinsey Institute (2 pages)

 2003The Journal of Consumer Culture (V3#1)

Dawn in the Dark— Zombie Desire and Commodified Identity in George A. Romero’s Dawn of the Dead” (25 pages)

 2002River Teeth, a Journal of Nonfiction Narrative (V3#2)

“Clutching Pearls: Speculations on a Twentieth Century Suicide” (23 pages)

“A particular standout… The author ruminates over a suicide fatality photograph from Life magazine that has haunted him since high school. A woman, having thrown herself from the…Empire State Building, lies dead at the crumpled point of contact—which is a sedan on West 33rd Street. ‘She fell as if she had an appointment to fall,’ writes Loudermilk (what a great opening line!).” David Kerekes, Headpress Guide to Counter Culture

2002—Journal X,  a Journal in Culture & Criticism (V6#2)

“This Side of the Misty Sea,Where Wynken, Blynken and Nod Saw Off the Kitty’s Tail—

Childhood’s Lost Icon, Eugene Field” (24 pages)

th 2001—Car Crash Culture

(Mikita Brottman, ed.) (Palgrave)

“Clutching Pearls: Speculations on a Twentieth Century Suicide” (23 pages)  

 

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