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Minorities R Us

By Janine Hiddlestone

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From Filled with Glee

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This is one essay from the anthology Filled With Glee

Is Sue is the true driving force behind Glee? Who the real alpha male in New Directions? Why do we really keep coming back to Glee week after week? From its quirky character insights to its inspirational, funny, and touching stories from fellow gleeks, Filled With Glee is the perfect companion for the fan who can’t get enough Glee.

Filled With Glee also includes a guide to putting together a glee club in your own school or community; an index of songs by episode; and the musical biographies of the main and guest actors (including where and when they’ve worked together before).

About the Editor

Leah Wilson graduated from Duke University with a degree in Culture and Modern Fiction and is currently Editor-in-Chief of Smart Pop at BenBella Books. Leah is the editor of Perfectly Plum and Ardeur and the co-editor on Immortal, Coffee at Luke’s, and Serenity Found, among other Smart Pop titles. She lives in Cambridge, Mass.

Contributors

Jennifer Crusie, Jonna Rubin, Diane Shipley, Evelyn Vaughn, Bev Rosenbaum, Greg Stevenson, Alyx Dellamonica, Janine Hiddlestone, Kristine Kathryn Rusch, Maria Lima, Candy Havens, Claudia Gray, Gabi Stevens

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About the Author

Janine  Hiddlestone

Janine Hiddlestone is a lecturer and tutor in politics, history and communications at James Cook University in Australia. She has a Ph.D. in political history and has published on the place of war in culture and history, and how pop culture became the centerpiece of so much of the public’s understanding—and misunderstanding—of events. She has explored the influence of technology on pop culture, and vice versa, and its pedagogical uses in encouraging students to develop an interest in political and historical issues. She has also attained infamy among her colleagues as a pop culture tragic.

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