About the Author

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Tom Steward is a TV blogger, film and culture critic, and media studies lecturer. He writes all the posts for this blog as well as guest posts for Squeezegutalley, Watching Politics and Critical Studies in Television Online . He regularly writes reviews and features for the dual film review website Alternate Takes and has contributed film criticism to The Journal of Victorian Culture Online. Tom has taught media studies at The University of Warwick,  The University of Nottingham, Bournemouth University and Royal Holloway University of London. He has contributed to academic publications such as Sherlock and Transmedia Fandom: Essays on the BBC Series, Ruminations, Peregrinations and Regenerations: A Critical Approach to Doctor Who and World Cinema Locations: Venice.  He is now editing a collection on the BBC TV drama Ghostwatch with Dr. James Zborowski of Hull University. Tom currently lives in San Diego, California with his wife (the mysterious ‘G’). Tom loves watching, writing about and studying television from all countries but has a special fondness for American TV.

2 Responses to “About the Author”

  1. GreenbArg Says:

    Tom, I’m a semi-professional (small)screenwriter and I like what you’re about. I stumbled across your blog googling “orange is the new flashback” because I’m considering filming a short mocking the show. It seems you and I are the only ones to boldly portmanteau for it. I’ve read a handful of your entries now and just wanted to see if you had taken a stab at writing tv yourself? or if you were interested in taking a stab at writing tv with a writing partner. Namely, me. Nothing ventured… am I right?

    • Thank you for your compliments about the blog. I’d be very interested in discussing a writing collaboration. I’m on Facebook and Twitter (@reverenddejesus). Follow or friend me and I’ll message you my contact details.

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