Tune in on Saturday, 4-6pm, for Hannah’s Bookshelf on North Manchester FM 106.6 (or listen online).
My guest this week will be Dr Sorcha Ní Fhlainn, lecturer in Contemporary American Literature and Film Studies at Manchester Metropolitan University. As well, as lecturing on a wide range of books and films, Sorcha has published a number of articles on horror and the Gothic. One of her primary specialisms is 20th- and 21st-century vampires, so expect a bit of chat about blood-suckers on the show this week. Sorcha is also the editor of The Worlds of Back to the Future: Critical Essays on the Films (published by McFarland in 2010), so as promised last week, we’ll be sharing our love of 1980s pop culture.
Sorcha will also be sharing her Apocalypse Books – the three books she’d save in the event of society breaking down and hordes of ravening zombies stalking the land. Should be a good show – so don’t miss it!
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