We are honoured and excited that our Spring 2022_#Rumors issue – guest edited by Nicholas Baer and Maggie Hennefeld – has been nominated for a BAFTSS Publication Award in the Category ‘Best Edited Collection’. Featuring eight research articles – Vintage furniture: The significance of the casting couch as industry gossip and rumor by Kate Fortmueller, Gossip’s ephemeral longevity: Power, circulation, and new media by Bethany E. Qualls, Anger management, or the dream of a falsifiable film-historical past by Mark Lynn Anderson, The machine that makes gossip: Andy Warhol’s ‘Screen Test’ of Marcel Duchamp by Mal Ahern, Against the tyranny of the fact: Autofabulation as a queer strategy of resistance by Benoît Loiseau, Truth and truths-to-come: Investigating viral rumors in ‘Q: Into the Storm’ by Renée Pastel and Michael Dalebout, ‘I’m not a racist . . . but’: Conservative media and the plasticities of color-blind racism by Scott Krzych and Anonymous, QAnon, Tik-tok teens, K-pop fans by Michelle Cho as well as a roundtable discussion with Mladen Dolar, Richard Dyer, Alexandra Juhasz, Tavia Nyong’o, Marc Siegel, and Patricia Turner, the issue reassess rumors and gossip across the vast landscape of contemporary media. The issue, as everything published by NECSUS, is available open access.
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