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Lynn Zubernis, Ph.D., is a licensed clinical psychologist and professor at West Chester University in Pennsylvania. Her new book, with chapters by the actors and fans of the television show Supernatural, is There'll Be Peace When You Are Done: Actors and Fans Celebrate the Legacy of Supernatural which traces the impact a television show can have on both the actors who bring it to life and its fans. She has also published many other books about how our passion for the shows, films, music, books and games we love enrich our lives, including her first book written with the actors of Supernatural Family Don't End With Blood: Cast and Fans on How Supernatural Changed Lives, and the behind the scenes fangirl roadtrip memoir Fangasm. Dr. Zubernis was co-producer/co-writer of the documentary Squee, has written for Slate, The Conversation, Frolic and MovieTVTechGeeks, and has contributed to articles, podcasts, documentaries and video productions for NPR, CBC, Variety, AfterbuzzTV and Nylon, among others. She is a frequent panelist at comic cons and fan conventions and a passionate fangirl.

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