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Gary Hoppenstand. Michigan State University.

Department of Writing, Rhetoric and American Culture.

253 Bessey Hall. East Lansing, MI 48824.

Email: hoppens2@msu.edu

Books (Single-Authored):

Clive Barker’s Short Stories:  Imagination as Metaphor in the Books of Blood and Other Works. 

Jefferson:  McFarland Publishers, 1994.

 

In Search of the Paper Tiger: A Sociological Perspective of Myth, Formula and the Mystery Genre

in the Entertainment Print Mass Medium. Bowling Green: Bowling Green University Popular Press, 1987.

 

Books to be Published:

 

Hoppenstand, Gary, ed. Worlds of Suspense: The Thrillers of Dean Koontz.

McFarland (edited collection of scholarly essays scheduled for publication in 2005/2006).

 

Hoppenstand, Gary, series ed. The World Encyclopedia of Popular Culture.

Greenwood Press (eight-volume encyclopedia contracted for publication in 2006). 

 

Hoppenstand, Gary.  Page-Turners!: A History of Popular Fiction.

New York:  Oxford University Press (single-authored book contracted for publication in 2007).

 

Books (Critical Editions):

 

Stevenson, Robert Louis. The Black Arrow: A Tale of the Two Roses. Introduction by Gary Hoppenstand

(with Bibliography). New York: Signet Classic, 2003.

 

Sabatini, Rafael. Captain Blood: His Odyssey.  Introduction by Gary Hoppenstand (with Bibliography).

New York: Penguin Twentieth-Century Classics, 2002.

 

Mason, A.E.W. The Four Feathers. Edited with an Introduction by Gary Hoppenstand (with Bibliography).

New York: Penguin Twentieth-Century Classics, 2001.

 

Sabatini, Rafael. Scaramouche. Introduction by Gary Hoppenstand (with Bibliography).

New York: Signet Classic, 2001.

 

Orczy, Baroness.  The Scarlet Pimpernel.  Introduction by Gary Hoppenstand (with Bibliography).

New York:  Signet Classic, 2000.

 

Hope, Anthony. The Prisoner of Zenda and Rupert of Hentzau. Introduction by Gary Hoppenstand

(with Bibliography and Notes). New York: Penguin Classics, 2000.

 

Books (Edited):

 

 The Nightmare and Other Tales of Dark Fantasy by Francis Stevens. Lincoln:

University of Nebraska Press / Bison Books Frontiers of Imagination Series, 2003.

 

Popular Fiction:  An Anthology.  New York:  Longman, 1997. 

Recipient of the Popular Culture Association’s 1997 “National Book Award.”

 

Jacobs, W.W. “The Monkey’s Paw” and Other Tales of Mystery and the Macabre. 

Chicago: Academy Chicago Press, 1997.

 

The Dime Novel Detective.  Bowling Green: 

Bowling Green University Popular Press, 1982.

 

Books (Co-Edited):

 

Hoppenstand, Gary, sub-ed. The Guide to United States Popular Culture.

Eds. Ray B. Browne and Pat Browne. Bowling Green: Bowling Green University Popular Press, 2001.

 

Hoppenstand, Gary and Ray B. Browne, eds.  The Gothic World of Anne Rice.  Bowling Green:

Bowing Green University Popular Press, 1996.

 

Hoppenstand, Gary, Ray B. Browne, and Garyn G. Roberts, eds.,

Old Sleuth’s Freaky Female Detectives (From the Dime Novels)Bowling Green: 

Bowling Green University Popular Press, 1990.

 

Hoppenstand, Gary and Ray B. Browne, eds.  The Gothic World of Stephen King:  Landscape of Nightmares.

 Bowling Green:  Bowling Green University Popular Press, 1987.

 

Hoppenstand, Gary, Ray B. Browne, and Garyn G. Roberts, eds.  More Tales of the Defective Detective in the Pulps.  Bowling Green:  Bowling Green University Popular Pres, 1985.

 

Hoppenstand, Gary and Ray B. Browne, eds.  The Defective Detective in the Pulps.  Bowling Green: 

Bowling Green University Popular Press, 1983.

 

Books (Afterwords):

 

Edwin L. Arnold. Gullivar of Mars. Critical afterword by Gary Hoppenstand. Lincoln:

University of Nebraska Press/Bison Frontiers of Imagination Series, 2003.

 

Cutcliffe-Hyne, C.J. The Lost Continent. Critical afterword by Gary Hoppenstand. Lincoln:

University of Nebraska Press/Bison Frontiers of Imagination Series, 2002.