After many months of waiting, the latest book I’ve contributed to has now hit the stores. Coastal Environments in Popular Song explores how coastal communities around the world use popular music to discuss pressing issues such as climate change, gender inequality, and (post-)colonialism.
An Overview of 2021: Writing and Research
lf-promotion indeed, but this year has been anything but easy, so I’m allowing myself to be indulgent. Especially because some of the projects that have finally seen the light of day this year have been years in the making. Seeing them come to life in the middle of a global pandemic has given me hope and a renewed sense of optimism.
An Early Christmas Present: My Five Favourite Online Content Creators
Tired of turkey? Here’s my early Christmas present: five great content creators for lovers of popular culture, digital media, and pushing boundaries.
Extreme States: The Evolution of American Transgressive Fiction 1960-2000
My first monograph has been published by Routledge / Taylor & Francis in 2019. Preview and order via the publisher’s… Read more Extreme States: The Evolution of American Transgressive Fiction 1960-2000
Blogging About Blogging…
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…
Short Story: The Hermit
One of my short stories got published in Venue, part of Concrete (UEA’s student newspaper). For those who don’t have access… Read more Short Story: The Hermit