Christopher Bartlett

Christopher Bartlett is a PhD candidate at Boston University. His dissertation, The Book and the Box: U.S. Fiction, Television, and Authorship in the Conglomerate Era, focuses on writers and authors such as Rod Serling, Harlan Ellison, Ishmael Reed, and David Foster Wallace to explore the changing definitions of authorship across media in the second half of the twentieth century. His work has appeared previously in Critique: Studies in Contemporary Fiction. When he isn't reading or writing, he's exploring national parks with his wonderful wife, Robin, and their wonderfully eager dog, Jack.