Megen de Bruin-Molé is a Teaching Fellow in Digital Media Practice with the Winchester School of Art, University of Southampton.

Previously she worked as a PhD researcher with Cardiff University (also the University of Amsterdam), studying the way 21st-century culture uses and abuses the Gothic narratives of the 19th century. For the past three years she has been reading and writing about Frankenfiction, a.k.a. the mashup of fantastical monsters and historical fiction. She is the author of several academic articles on remix, neo-Victorian fiction, and popular culture.

Megen is also a Project Assistant on the Changing Attitudes in Public Discourse project, and an editor with the Critical Posthumanism Network’s Genealogy project. She was previously the central editor and social media manager for the literary organisation Poetry International.

You can find more information about Megen (and her work) on Academia.edu, Facebook, and Twitter.

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