Sean Matharoo

Sean Matharoo is a PhD student within the Department of Comparative Literature and Foreign Languages at the University of California, Riverside, where he studies Anglophone and French SF and horror literature and cinema, cult film and film theory, retro and analog culture, extreme subgenres of music, and Deleuzian philosophy. He has reviews forthcoming in the Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts and Science Fiction Studies.


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

Erik Davis: Techno-Occultural Nomad

An interview with 'TechGnosis' author Erik Davis about the technocultural present, the analog/digital divide, and the psychedelic renaissance....

Erik Davis: Techno-Occultural Nomad
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