Tag Archives: Generation Dead

Generation Dead: The Shiver Workshop

This post is a little late (mainly due to the distractions of moving house and trying to teach myself basic plumbing skills alongside managing a PhD and moonlighting as a tour guide at Shakespeare’s Globe theatre) so apologies for my … Continue reading

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CFP: Romancing the Zombie

The following CFP for articles on romance and the zombie has been released: ‘Romancing the Zombie: Falling in Love with the Undead in the 21st Century Editors Ashley Szanter, Weber State University Jessica K. Richards, Weber State University Project Overview … Continue reading

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Robot Rom Com: Could it Happen?

 I tweeted about the BBC article The Rise of the Romantic Robot earlier in the week. I found it to be very pertinent to debates we have been having on the Generation Dead course about the humanised vampire and the … Continue reading

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Bill Hughes, ‘Demon Lovers: Embracing the Monster in Paranormal Romance’

This is rather late, I know, but I just wanted to give a brief account of the Halloween 2014 Spectral Visions event at the University of Sunderland, where I was honoured to be invited to give a keynote talk on … Continue reading

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Davia Sills, ‘The good zombie’

Davia Sills charts the rise of the post-Romero humanised zombie and what it might represent. This will be of interest to anyone exploring paranormal romance, particularly texts such as Daniel Waters’s Generation Dead and Isaac Marion’s Warm Bodies.

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