Anna Kérchy, Associate Professor, University of Szeged, does research in gender and body studies, the post-semiotics of the embodied subject, intermedial cultural representations, interfacings of Victorian and postmodern fantastic imagination, women’s art, and children’s literature. She authored three monographs: Body-Texts in the Novels of Angela Carter. Writing from a Corporeagraphic Point of View (Edwin Mellen, 2008), Alice in Transmedia Wonderland (MacFarland, 2016), and Essays on Feminist Aesthetics, Narratology, and Body Studies (in Hungarian, JATEPress, 2018). She edited collections on The Fairy-Tale Vanguard (Cambridge Scholars, 2019), Posthumanism in Fantastic Fiction (Americana E-book, 2018), and Postmodern Reinterpretations of Fairy Tales (Edwin Mellen, 2011); and co-edited What Constitutes the Fantastic? (JATEPress, 2010), The Iconology of Law and Order (JATEPress, 2012), and Exploring the Cultural History of Continental European Freak Shows (Cambridge Scholars, 2012), as well as special journal issues on Feminist Interventions into Intermedial Studies for EJES (2017), on Transmediating and Translating Children’s Literature for Bookbird (2018), and on Interspecies Encounters in Contemporary Filmic Fantasies for Americana (2018).