Jeffrey Andrew Weinstock

Jeffrey Andrew Weinstock is an American literature, film, and media scholar who has been teaching in the Department of English Language and Literature at Central Michigan University since 2001. He has authored or edited 19 books and a range of articles focusing on the American Gothic tradition, monsters, cult film and television, popular culture, weird fiction, pedagogy, and goth music. He is also an editor for the academic journal The Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts.


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


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