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The Journal of Popular Culture is looking for those who are interested in reviewing books. These reviews would be due on March 10, 2023. If you have a completed Master's degree or higher, one of these books is in your field of study, and you are interested in writing a review for us, please contact me at email@example.com, noting your preferred title and your mailing address. Please also send a short explanation to state what makes you a good reviewer of the book (or you may send me your CV). The reviews need to be between 500 and 1,000 words and documented in MLA style. Because of the current COVID-19 situation, physical books may only be sent to an address in the U.S. International reviewers will receive an e-copy of the book.
David Scott Diffrient, Comic Drunks, Crazy Cults, and Lovable Monsters: Bad Behavior on American Television, Syracuse
April Yoder, Pithcing Democracy: Baseball and Politics in the Dominican Republic, Texas
Paul Youngquist, A Pure Solar World Sun Ra and the Birth of Afrofuturism, Texas
Russ Crawford, Women's American Football: Breaking Barriers on and off the Gridiron, Nebraska
Adam Berg, The Olympics that Never Happened: Denver '76 and the Politics of Growth, Texas
Shelly Mazzadonble and Greg Tito, Welcome to Dragon Talk: Inspiring Conversations about Dungeons and Dragons and the People Who Love to Play it, Iowa
Nicole Eveline, Sex and the City: A Cultural History, Rowman and Littlefield
Nicholas Carnes and Lilly Goren, The Politics of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Kansas
The Journal of Popular Culture, Book Review Editor