Greg Carpenter

Greg Carpenter received his Ph.D. in English from the University of Mississippi with a dissertation on masculinity in the plays of August Wilson and Tennessee Williams. In addition to publishing on both playwrights, he has also published on a variety of other subjects including writer/actor Eric Bogosian, Flash Gordon, Boris Karloff, and Stephen King. He has also taught a wide array of college courses in American Literature, Shakespeare, Comic Books, and Creative Writing (Playwriting and Screenwriting). He currently teaches at a university in Nashville, Tennessee.

Diving for Memories in Neil Gaiman’s ‘The Ocean at the End of the Lane’

Cogito, Ergo Sum (or Thereabouts): ‘Neil Gaiman and Philosophy: Gods Gone Wild!’

‘Bruce Springsteen, Cultural Studies, and the Runaway American Dream’

Notes Written in the Sand: Neil Gaiman, Leslie Klinger and ‘The Annotated Sandman’

O Captain! My Captain! Going Where No Octogenarian Has Gone Before

The People Could Fly: ‘Super Black: American Pop Culture and Black Superheroes’

We Can Be Heroes: Talking ‘Supergods’ with Grant Morrison

I Me Mine and the Death of the ’60s in David Browne’s ‘Fire and Rain’

‘Stephen King on the Small Screen’, or, The Dreary State of Academic Writing

Have Yourself a Counter-Culture XMas: Red-Nosed Misfits, Elven Outlaws & Bearded Marxists

‘Full Dark, No Stars’: In a Recession, No One Can Hear You Scream

And Here’s to You, Mr. Robinson: ‘Jerry Robinson: Ambassador of Comics’