Studies in the Fantastic [16]

Studies in the Fantastic is a journal devoted to the speculative, fantastic, and weird in literature and other arts. Contents for this issue include “Horror Noire: An Introduction by the Guest Editor” by Stefanie K. Dunning, “The name is Blacula!”: Identity and Palimpsest in William Marshall’s Vampire Diptych” by Tony Perrello and Nathan Wilke, “’Unimaginable from this distance’: Get Out, Black Speculative Horror, and Captive Embodiment” by Candice M. Jenkins, “The Blackout in Stepford and the Shadow of Southern Horror” by Riché Richardson, “Hands across Black America: Visions of Isolation and Social Life in Modern Black Horror Film” by Andrés Emil González, “Afrofuturist Horror on the Western Frontier: Capitalism’s Reckoning and Queer Possibilities in Jordan Peele’s Nope” by Hilary R. MezaGuerra, “’Tilt the mirror’: An Interview with Tananarive Due” by Christina Connor, and “Still Hanging Around: A Review of Haunting Poe: His Afterlife in Richmond & Beyond” by John A. Dern.


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