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The Star Chamber Show #22, Featuring L. Andrew Cooper!

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Horror genre fans rejoice!  The Star Chamber Show has an exceptional guest for you this Wednesday evening at 9pm EST!  Author and scholar L. Andrew Cooper will be joining us for the evening to talk about the genre, his writing, and much more!

Want to knowmore about Andrew?  Here's his a little from his bio!

"When his parents weren’t being kept up late by his nightmares, they worried that his fascination with horror fiction would keep him from experiencing more respectable culture. That all changed when he transitioned from his public high school in the suburbs of Atlanta, Georgia to uber-respectable Harvard University, where he studied English Literature. From there, he went on to get a Ph.D. in English from Princeton, turning his longstanding engagement with horror into a dissertation. The dissertation became the basis for his first book, Gothic Realities (2010). More recently, his obsession with horror movies turned into a book about one of his favorite directors, Dario Argento (2012). He also co-edited the textbook Monsters (2012), an attempt to infect others with the idea that scary things are worth people’s serious attention.

After living in Florida, South Carolina, Georgia, Massachusetts, New Jersey, and California, Andrew now lives in Louisville, Kentucky, where he teaches at the University of Louisville and chairs the board of the Louisville Film Society, the city’s premiere movie-buff institution. Burning the Middle Ground is his debut novel."

Studied at Harvard, Ph.D from Princeton, is an author, and specializes in horror...now that's our kind of guest!  Join us Wednesday to meet L. Andrew Cooper for yourself!

 

 

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