December 11, 2020, 6:30 – 8:30 PM
DEC 11 - "A Christmas Carol" virtual reading
Scholar and performer Jamieson Ridenhour presents a reading of Charles Dickens’ beloved A Christmas Carol. SIGN UP BY NOON FRIDAY, DEC 4, AND RECEIVE SOME GOODIES FOR THE EVENT!
Time & Location
This is a 4-week virtual lecture series using the Zoom platform. A series of four lectures about Norse Mythology over a four-week period.
About the Event
This is an HND members-only event. If you are a member the promo code was emailed and mailed to you. If you pay for this event you will automatically have a one-year HND membership. We would love to have you join our community of lifelong learners! Here is a photo of where you enter the promo code on the registration page.
Scholar and performer Jamieson Ridenhour presents a reading of Charles Dickens’ beloved A Christmas Carol. Using the edited text from Dickens’ own readings in the 1850s, Ridenhour provides an authentic Victorian experience to warm your holiday home.
SIGN UP BY NOON FRIDAY, DEC 4, AND RECEIVE SOME GOODIES FOR THE EVENT!
Jamieson Ridenhour is the writer and producer of the popular audio drama Palimpsest, the author of the werewolf murder-mystery Barking Mad (Typecast, 2011) and writer and director of the award-winning short horror films Cornerboys and The House of the Yaga. His ghost play Grave Lullaby was a finalist for the Kennedy Center’s David Cohen Playwriting award in 2012. Jamie’s short fiction and poetry has appeared in Strange Horizons, Andromeda Spaceways Magazine, TheNewerYork, Across the Margins, Mirror Dance, and Architrave, among others, and has been podcast on Pseudopod, Cast of Wonders, and Radio Unbound. His new play, Bloodbath: Victoria’s Secret, premieres in 2021.
Jamie has a Ph.D. in Victorian Gothic fiction. In addition to publishing scholarly articles on Dickens, LeFanu, and contemporary vampire film, he edited the Valancourt edition of Sheridan LeFanu’s Carmilla (2009) and wrote a book-length study of urban gothic fiction, In Darkest London (Scarecrow, 2014). He has taught writing and literature for twenty years, currently at Warren Wilson College in Swannanoa, NC.