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Michele Brittany is an independent popular culture scholar residing in Southern California and is the editor of James Bond and Popular Culture: Essays on the Influence of the Fictional Superspy  from McFarland & Company (see "James Bond and Popular Culture" for more details) and the forthcoming Horror in Space: Critical Essays on a Film Subgenre (Autumn 2017, McFarland & Company). 

Michele actively supports several popular culture organizations in a variety of capacities that includes serving as the Book Review Editor for the Journal of Graphic Novels and Comics (see "Book Reviewers: Journal of Graphic Novels & Comics") and is the Co-Chair of the Ann Radcliffe Academic Conference held in tandem with the Horror Writers Association's annual conference, StokerCon. 

In addition, she is the Editorials Manager/Contributing Writer for Los Angeles based independent publisher, Fanbase Press (see "Writing/Photos" for links to all her articles) and participates in the monthly podcast titled H.P. Lovecast. She has presented at the SWPACA annual conference and at Wondercon Anaheim as part of the Comic Arts Conference series. She often moderates panels for the various comic conventions held in Southern California.

At the moment, she is writing her first solo nonfiction book focusing on monster mummies. Michele is also exploring the world of fiction writing and poetry, in the genres of horror, sci-fi/fantasy and paranormal. 

Michele is a member of the National Coalition of Independent Scholars (NCIS) and the Horror Writers Association.