Carl H. Sederholm

Carl H. Sederholm is associate professor of humanities at Brigham Young University and specializes in American literature, including Gothic and horror literature and film. He is co-editor of Adapting Poe: Re-Imaginings in Popular Culture and coauthor of Poe, “The House of Usher,” and the American Gothic. He has also published articles on H. P. Lovecraft, Stephen King, Jonathan Edwards, Lydia Maria Child, and Nathaniel Hawthorne.


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Acknowledgment Is Not Enough: Coming to Terms With Lovecraft’s Horrors


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