Francis, James individual record
Senior Lecturer
selected publications
Academic Articles1
  • Francis, J. (2007). Camping Out: Sexuality as Aesthetic Value in Tennessee Williams' And Tell Sad Stories of the Deaths of Queens. The Tennessee Williams Annual Review. (9), 131-142.
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  • James Francis, J. r. (2013). Remaking Horror Hollywood's New Reliance on Scares of Old. McFarland.
  • Francis, J. (2010). Short Fiction Creative Writing: Storytelling with a Film Perspective. Lambert Academic Publishing.
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  • Francis, J. (2022). Angela Bettis: Gender in the Space of Collaborative Horror. McCollum, V., & Clarke, A. (Eds.), Bloody Women: Women Directors of Horror. 53-67. Rowman & Littlefield.
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  • Francis, J. (2022). Frankenstein Goes West: The Mad Scientist from Classic Literature to Modern Sci-Fi Horror. Janicker, R. (Eds.), The Scientist in Popular Culture: Playing God and Working Wonders. 1-19. Rowman & Littlefield.
  • Francis, J. (2011). "That's so gay": Drag, camp, and the power of storytelling in Supernatural. Abbott, S., & Lavery, D. (Eds.), TV Goes to Hell An Unofficial Road Map of Supernatural. 119-131. ECW Press.
  • Francis, J. (2010). The lighter side of death: Dexter as comedy. Howard, D. L. (Eds.), Dexter Investigating Cutting Edge Television. 175-188. I.B. Tauris.
  • Francis, J. (2009). Tennessee Williams (1911-1983). Hawley, J. C. (Eds.), LGBTQ America Today: An Encyclopedia, Volume 3: P-Z. 1266-1267. Greenwood.
Internet Publications1
  • Francis, J. (2018). Why did the television reboot become all the rage?. - An article submitted to The Conversation
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Texas A&M University; English; 4227 TAMU
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