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Miranda Corcoran


Miranda Corcoran is a lecturer in twenty-first-century literature at University College Cork. Her research interests include Cold-War literature, genre fiction, popular fiction, sci-fi, horror and the gothic.

She is currently writing a monograph on adolescence and witchcraft in American popular culture. She is also the co-editor (with Steve Gronert Ellerhoff) of Exploring the Horror of Supernatural Fiction: Ray Bradbury's Elliott Family (forthcoming from Routledge). 

She has published articles on paranoia, literature, and Cold-War popular culture in The Boolean, Americana, and Transverse, and contributed a book chapter on transnational paranoia to the recently published book Atlantic Crossings: Archaeology, Literature, and Spatial Culture. She has also published articles on horror and science fiction in The New Ray Bradbury Review and Supernatural Studies.

She is a host on the New Books in Literary Studies podcast and a regular contributor to the popular online magazine Diabolique.

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O'Rahilly Building, University College Cork, Cork. Ireland