Slayage 17, June 2005 [5.1]

David Lavery and Rhonda V. Wilcox, Co-Editors

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2005 Mr. Pointy Awards

A PDF copy of this issue of Slayage is available here.

A PDF copy of the entire volume can be accessed here.

David Fritts (Henderson Community College), Warrior Heroes: Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Beowulf |  PDF Version

Janet K. Halfyard (Birmingham Conservatoire, University of Central England), Singing Their Hearts Out: The Problem of Performance in Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel | PDF Version

Ewan Kirkland (University of Sussex), The Caucasian Persuasion of Buffy the Vampire Slayer  |  PDF Version

Jeffrey Middents (American University), A Sweet Vamp: Critiquing the Treatment of Race in Buffy and the American Musical Once More (with Feeling) | PDF Version

Richard S. Albright (Harrisburg Community College), “[B]reakaway pop hit or . . . book number?”: “Once More, with Feeling” and Genre | PDF Version

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Recommended. Here and in each issue of Slayage the editors will recommend or note writing on BtVS appearing elsewhere.

M. E. Russell, "The Browncoats Rise Again: The best sci-fi TV series you've never seen has gone from cancellation to the big screen. Will a never-tried marketing strategy work for Serenity"? (from The Daily Standard)

"A Foster Teen's Boyfriend Heads to Iraq" (audio story from NPR's Day to Day, June 24, 2005). Listen carefully to see the role BtVS plays in this audio-diary. Real Player or Windows Media Player required.

Television without Pity's Buffy the Vampire Slayer Site.

Buffyverse Database

Whedonverse Chronology

Tea at the Ford


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