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Books by Sean Kleefeld
Edward Lear & the Snargetted Flartlethants of Nonsense By Sean Kleefeld
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Edward Lear’s A Book of Nonsense helped popularize the limerick in the mid-1800s. His absurd characters and situations, coupled with his fanciful renderings, amused both children and adults. To... More > put Lear’s poems in conext, Kleefeld has paired them with essays on Lear himself and the broader scope of nonsense verse. The book can be read simply for entertainment, relaying tales of the likes of the Young Lady of Dorking and the Old Man of Apulia, but readers will also find interest in discovering how and when Lear wrote his verse, and what sort of structure and rules govern the field of nonsense.< Less
Comic Book Fanthropology By Sean Kleefeld
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Comic Book Fanthropology examines the questions of who and what comic fans are. What prompts them to join fandom in the first place, and why do they so often choose to remain a part of it throughout... More > their lives? The specifics of comic fandom have changed since its hesitant beginnings in the 1920s and ‘30s, but the fans themselves have not. Whether they’re interested in superheroes or in shōjo manga, whether they express themselves in letter columns or through costuming, whether they enjoy minicomics or webcomics, Comic Book Fanthropology explains who they are.< Less
Comic Book Fanthropology By Sean Kleefeld
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Comic Book Fanthropology examines the questions of who and what comic fans are. What prompts them to join fandom in the first place, and why do they so often choose to remain a part of it throughout... More > their lives? The specifics of comic fandom have changed since its hesitant beginnings in the 1920s and ‘30s, but the fans themselves have not. Whether they’re interested in superheroes or in shōjo manga, whether they express themselves in letter columns or through costuming, whether they enjoy minicomics or webcomics, Comic Book Fanthropology explains who they are.< Less
Comic Book Fanthropology HC By Sean Kleefeld
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Comic Book Fanthropology examines the questions of who and what comic fans are. What prompts them to join fandom in the first place, and why do they so often choose to remain a part of it throughout... More > their lives? The specifics of comic fandom have changed since its hesitant beginnings in the 1920s and ‘30s, but the fans themselves have not. Whether they’re interested in superheroes or in shōjo manga, whether they express themselves in letter columns or through costuming, whether they enjoy minicomics or webcomics, Comic Book Fanthropology explains who they are.< Less