Publications

Books

Fiction

Peritoneum [collection]. Seventh Star Press. May 2016.

Reel Dark [edited collection]. L. Andrew Cooper and Pamela Turner, eds. BlackWyrm Publishing. May 2015. 2nd Edition, Seventh Star Press [adds two stories]. May 2016.

Leaping at Thorns [collection]. BlackWyrm Publishing. October 2014. Second Edition, Seventh Star Press [adds three stories]. May 2016.

Imagination Reimagined [edited collection]. L. Andrew Cooper, Georgia Jones, and Christopher Kokoski, eds. BlackWyrm Publishing. April 2014.

Descending Lines [novel]. BlackWyrm Publishing. October 2013.

Burning the Middle Ground [novel]. BlackWyrm Publishing. December 2012.

 

Nonfiction

Dario Argento. University of Illinois Press, November 2012.

Gothic Realities: The Impact of Horror Fiction on Modern Culture. McFarland Press, 2010.

Monsters. Cooper, L. Andrew and Brandy Ball Blake, eds. Fountainhead Press, August 2012. Refereed.

 

Selected Other Publications

Fiction

“Leer Reel.” Reel Dark [edited collection]. L. Andrew Cooper and Pamela Turner, eds. BlackWyrm Publishing. May 2015.

“Kindertotenlieder.” Imagination Reimagined: Not Your Children’s Fairy Tales. Louisville: BlackWyrm Publishing, 2014.

“Silence.” Blood Reign Literary Magazine No. 1 (December 2013): 14 – 28.

“House of Butterflies.” The Realm Beyond No. 5 (Summer 2013): 33 – 45.

“Perfect White.” Man-Made Troubles: The Five-Minute Frankenstein. Louisville: BlackWyrm Publishing (2012): 33 – 36.

 

Scholarly Articles

“The Monster of Massification: A Serbian Film.” Shock and Horror: A New Look at the Gothic Monster. Eds. Sharla Hutchison and Rebecca A. Brown. McFarland. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2015.

The Cabin in the Woods and the End of American Exceptionalism.” Slayage 10.2/11.1 [36 – 37] (Fall 2013 / Winter 2014). Web.

“Demon Media: Horrific Representations of the Transformative Global Image.” Horror Studies, Fall 2013.

“How can technical communicators develop strategies for effective collaboration?” By Rebecca E. Burnett, L. Andrew Cooper, and Candice A. Welhausen. In Solving Problems in Technical Communication, ed. Johndan Johnson-Eilola and Stuart A. Selber. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2012.

“Green Hornet Makes American Bossy Bottom: Who’s Topping Who?” Bright Lights Film Journal, August 10, 2011.

“Gothic Threats: The Role of Danger in the Critical Evaluation of The Monk and The Mysteries of Udolpho,” Gothic Studies 8.2, November 2006.

The Indulgence of Critique: Relocating the Sadistic Voyeur in Dario Argento’s Opera,” The Quarterly Review of Film and Video 22.1, January-March 2005.

 

Miscellaneous

“Cult Film,” “The Zombi Series,” “Bruno Mattei,” “Lucio Fulci,” andi “Italian Cinema.” The Encyclopedia of the Zombie: The Walking Dead in Popular Culture and Myth. Eds. June M. Pulliam and Tony Fonseca. Greenwood Press, 2014. Refereed.

“Horace Walpole.” The Encyclopedia of the Gothic. Eds. William Hughes, David Punter, and Andrew Smith. London: Wiley-Blackwell, 2013. Refereed.

Brief entries on Deep Red, Suspiria, Demons, Demons 2, A Nightmare on Elm Street, A Nightmare on Elm Street 3, and Friday the 13th, Part 3. Graphic Horror: Movie Monster Memories. Ed. John Edgar Browning. Atglen, PA: Schiffen, 2012.

“Implementing a Multimodal Curriculum, from Invention to Assessment.” By L. Andrew Cooper and Rebecca E. Burnett. CWPA 2010 Conference Proceedings, June 2011. Refereed.

“James Kendrick, Hollywood Bloodshed; Steven Jay Schneider (ed.), Horror Film and Psychoanalysis; John Edgar Browning and Caroline Joan (Kay) Picart, Draculas, Vampires, and Other Undead Forms,” Post Script 29.1, Fall 2009. Refereed.

“Multimodal Synergy.” WOVENText: The E-Book for Georgia Tech’s Writing and Communication Program. By Rebecca E. Burnett and L. Andrew Cooper. Bedford/St. Martin’s, 2009, 2010, 2011. [Publication served ~5000 students per year and was adopted by publisher as a national model]

The Brittain Fellowship Handbook. Georgia Tech Writing and Communication Program, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010. [Cooper served as co-author, co-designer, and primary editor for each year’s iteration and helped convert the handbook into TechStyle, the site linked here.]

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