Here is a reading of my first symposium presentation while at Monmouth. The genesis of my MA thesis is in here somewhere.
Here is the final portion of the podcast of my MA thesis. This was a blast to put together and I hope to do this more in the future.
Here is part four of my MA thesis podcast.
I did not take any classes in the spring of 2009, but I did wrap up my thesis and then graduate. The text of my MA Thesis defense is more or less taken from my working draft at the time. I may have added a bit at the beginning and end that is new. I gave it one more revision after that and then submitted the final version maybe a week later.
The next morning I returned to campus so I could participate in a panel on publishing as a graduate student. I gave some brief remarks and then joined a discussion.
Here is the third installment of my podcast series where I am doing readings of my published works. This is more of my MA thesis.
I have a publication in a promising new journal called The Victorian on adapting Dracula as a work of hypertext fiction. If you have engaged with my MA Thesis at all over the years, a good portion of this essay is a rewritten version of some pieces of it.
I am working on a few more publications this fall. One is for a familiar publishing venue and another will be engaging with a familiar project. More soon.