Kriscinda Meadows is a junior English major, concentrating on the Gothic, with a Writing minor. She gave her first paper at Oxford on the zombie genre audience, and her second in Boston regarding HP Lovecraft's "Reanimator" stories and Burke's sublime aesthetic. This last year also saw the publication of her short horror story, "Wall-eyed" in the The Undead: Flesh Feast, a zombie anthology. Currently, she is studying in Bath, England and filling the gaps in her knowledge of 19th century Gothic. She usually lives in Gettysburg, with her partner, Peter, and their Spook.
Meadows, Kriscinda L.
"The Ballad of Jesco an' Norma Jean,"
Year 2008, Article 15.
Available at: http://cupola.gettysburg.edu/mercury/vol2008/iss1/15