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Mark A. McCutcheon

Mark A. McCutcheon

AU alum Heather Clitheroe & I review The Expanse TV series for the SFRA Review. May the 4th be with you.

(May 4, 2021 - 9:59pm)

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Contact info

Phone number: Available on request by e-mail or by phone call to main AU # (1-800-788-9041)
Twitter ID: @sonicfiction

AU courses, roles, etc

About me


Forthcoming Articles & Reviews

  • McCutcheon, Mark A. “Reading poetry and its paratexts for evidence of fair dealing.” Studies in Canadian Literature / Études en littérature canadienne, in press.
  • —-. “Paratextual and ‘sampladelic’ techniques for ‘committing centonism’ in contemporary poetry published in Canada.” Cento-Texts in the Making: Aesthetics and Poetics of Cento-Techniques from Homer to Zong!, edited by Manuel Baumbach, Bochumer Altertumswissenschaftliches Colloquium series, in press.
  • —. “Frankenstein meets the FAANG five: figures of monstrous technology in digital media discourse.” Beyond Modern Science: Essays on Frankenstein and STEAM for Charles E. Robinson, edited by Robin Hammerman. Delaware UP, in press.
  • Clitheroe, Heather and Mark A. McCutcheon. Review of The Expanse [TV series]. SFRA Review, in press.
  • McCutcheon, Mark A. Review of The Monster Theory Reader, edited by Jeffrey Andrew Weinstock, U of Minnesota P, 2020. Extrapolation, in press.

Recent Research Publications

  • McCutcheon, Mark A. “Monster Mines and Pipelines: Frankenstein figures of tar sands technology in Canadian popular culture.” Popular Postcolonialisms: Discourses of Empire and Popular Culture, edited by Nadia Atia and Kate Houlden, Routledge, 2019, pp. 213-37. Routledge Research in Postcolonial Literatures.

Recent Poetry and Short Fiction

  • McCutcheon, Mark A. "The Way the Bees Do" [poem]. Carousel, no. 43, Summer 2020, p. 41.
  • ---. "Was I Asleep?"; "A Sound Outside the House"; "Enter and Break" [flash fiction stories]. Coffin Bell, vol. 2, no. 3, 2019.

Open Access Publications: Visit my AUSpace for open access, full-text versions of selected research publications.

Dissertation: Postcolonial Beats and Party Scenes: regulation and diversity in "underground" cultural economies. U of Guelph, 2006.

Curriculum Vitae: Full CV available here

Creative Commons Licence
With the exception of group content produced for courses (copyrighted by Athabasca University), all Landing content produced by Mark A. McCutcheon is licensable under a Creative Commons 2.5 Canada License.

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