And in case you're behind, 2010 saw the Doc quoted or interviewed or as an author in upwards of 50 different publications, everything from the Journal of Popular Culture, Iron Man & Philosophy, Horror Magazine, Gelf Magazine, Inside Higher Ed, In Medias Res, and of course, everyone's favorite, The Huffington Post. A number of websites published articles including one of my favorites, TrueBlood.net; Th3rd World Studios used one of my reviews to publicize their awesome graphic novel series, The Stuff of Legend. Duke University Press also used one of my print book reviews to publicize another book I adore, Goth: Undead Subculture...and who better to know a good book about the undead than the one and only pop culture professor??? ;)
And, the Pop Culture Cooking series has had its first success with a variation of the "Fairy Dust" cocktail receiving permission for use as a signature drink for an NYC wedding taking place in 2011...the new name assigned by your personal pop culture professor AND mixologist: the "Happily Ever After."
If you want all the haps, you can check out the links page to find out more. And of course, lest I forgot the sweet audio book I voiced for Amazon that came out March 30th, Twilight & Philosophy...get it for your kindle to hear my dulcet tones.
No news yet on the PBS comic book superhero documentary but as soon as I get the low down, so will you! Thank you to the now more than 27,000 regular readers who are truly the reason why anything I write, anything I do, has meaning.