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'Oh, no, that won't do at all .... It's ridiculous!': Observations on the Doctor Who Audience

in: O'Day, Andrew, ed. Doctor Who – The Eleventh Hour: A Critical Celebration of the Matt Smith and Steven Moffat Era. London: I. B. Tauris, 2014. p. 204-227.

'You're this Doctor's companion. What exactly do you do for him? Why does he need you?': Doctor "Who, Liminality and Martha the Apostle

in: Crome, Andrew and McGrath, James, eds. Religion and Doctor Who: Time and Relative Dimensions in Faith. Eugene, OR: Cascade Books, 2013. p. 79-93.

A Cosy Catastrophe: Genre, National Cinema, and Fan Responses to 28 Days Later /

in: Hochscherf, Tobias; Leggott, James, eds. British Science Fiction Film and Television: Critical Essays. Jefferson, N.C. : McFarland, 2011. p. 156-166.

Beyold Suspiria: The Place of European Horror Cinema in the Fan Canon

in: Allmer, Patricia; Huxley, David; and Brick, Emily, eds. European Nightmares: Horror Cinema in Europe Since 1945. New York: Wallflower, 2012. p. 25-34.

Daughters of Darkness: Vampire Aesthetics and Gothic Beauty

in: Brode, Doglas and Deyneka, Leah, eds. Dracula’s Daughters: The Female Vampire on Film. Lanham: Scarecrow, 2013. p. 219-234.

Defanging the Vampire: Projected Inreractivity and All Human Twilight Fan-fic

in: Clayton, Wickham and Harman, Sarah, eds. Screening Twilight: Critical Approaches to a Cinematic Phenomenon. New York: I. B. Tauris, 2014. p. 173-186.

Extermi. .. Knit!: Female Fans and Feminine Handicrafting

in: Booth, Paul, ed. Fan Phenomena: Doctor Who. Bristol, UK: Intellect, 2013. p. 106-115.

Horror.

New York: Routledge, 2009. 239 p.

Imperfect Geometry: Identity and Culture in Clive Barker's The Forbidden and Bernard Rose's Candyman

in: Hand, Richard J./McRoy, Jay, eds. Monstrous Adaptations: Generic and Thematic Mutations in Horror Film. Manchester, UK: Manchester University Press, 2007. p. 48-63.

Knit One, Bite One: Vampire Fandom, Fan Production and Feminine Handicrafts

in: Schott, Gareth and Moffat, Kirstine, eds. Fanpires: Audience Consumption of the Modern Vampire, ed. by Gareth Schott and Kirstine Moffat. Washington, DC: New Academia Publishing, 2011. p. 137-156.

Refusing to Refuse to Look: Female Viewers of the Horror Film

in: Jancovich, Mark, ed. Horror, The Film Reader. New York: Routledge, 2002. p. 169-178. (Reprinted from Identifying Hollywood’s Audiences. London: BFI Publishing, 1999.)

Screaming for Release: Femininity and Horror Film Fandom in Britain

in: Chibnall, Steve/Petley, Julian, eds. British Horror Cinema. London: Routledge, 2002. p. 42-57.

Squee, Retcon, Fanwank and the Not-We: Computer-mediated Discourse and the Online Audience for NuWho

in: Hansen, Christopher J. Ruminations, Peregrinations, and Regenerations: A Critical Approach to Doctor Who. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2010. p. 209-232.

Stalking the Web: Celebration, Chat and Horror Film Marketing on the Internet

in: Conrich, Ian, Ed. Horror Zone: The Cultural Experience of Contemporary Horror Cinema. New York: Tauris, 2010 p. 67-86.

Sympathy for the Fangirl: Becky Rosen, Fan Identity, and Interactivity in Supernatural

in: Abbott, Stacey and Lavery, David, eds. TV Goes to Hell An Unofficial Road Map to Supernatural. Toronto: ECW Press, 2011. p. 203-218.

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