Instead of sticking to Shakespeare, Chaucer or Bradstreet, students can opt for classes that cover folklore, magical creatures, TV shows and other pop culture phenomena to fulfill general education requirements.
October 21, 2021 Lazarus Project team member Ken Boydston, CEO of Megavision, adjusts the dime novel "Where Peril Beckons" by Nicholas Carter, working with Lazarus Project Director Gregory Heyworth,
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There’s a definite crossover between SFF themes and experimental literary practice in the UK of late, particularly in London. As the dominance of white, upper-middle class, male writers writing realist
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To use an appropriate phrase, crime fiction continues to sell like gangbusters to Irish readers — and we love a bit of homegrown talent. Our crime writers are among the
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