Brandon R. Grafius

Brandon R. Grafius

Brandon Grafius is associate professor of Biblical Studies at Ecumenical Theological Seminary, Detroit. His degrees include a BA from Michigan State University, an MA in English from the University of California Davis, an MDiv from Ecumenical Theological Seminary, and a PhD in Bible, Culture, and Hermeneutics from Chicago Theological Seminary. His first trade book is due out this Fall from Broadleaf Books. Entitled "Lurking Under the Surface: Horror, Religion, and the Questions that Haunt Us," the book offers a tour of the connections between fright and faith for anyone interested in diving deeper into either horror or spirituality. Earlier books include "Reading the Bible with Horror" (Lexington Books/Fortress Academic, 2020) and a volume on the movie The Witch in the Devil's Advocates series (Liverpool University Press/Auteur Publishing, 2020). He has published work in journals such as Currents in Biblical Research, Post Script, and Horror Studies, and has essays in volumes on Trump-Era horror, Netflix's Hill House series, and Jesus in Film. In addition to his academic work, Grafius is an Americana musician, performing widely throughout Michigan. His most recent album, "Highways and Backroads," was released by Lost Mitten records in 2018.
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