June Pulliam

At the tender age of eight, June Pulliam was permitted to stay up by herself and watch George Romero’s Night of the Living Dead. She was so traumatized by the experience that she now teaches courses on horror fiction at Louisiana State University. Additionally, Pulliam is the editor of Dead Reckonings: A Review Magazine for the Horror Field, and has authored (with Anthony Fonseca) three volumes of Hooked on Horror as well as articles on George Romero’s Land of the Dead, The Twilight Saga, Roald Dahl, and gender and lycanthropy. She is currently putting together The Encyclopedia of the Zombie


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

Bodice-Ripper, with Werewolves: Anne Rice’s “The Wolf Gift”
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