Science Fiction Studies

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Science Fiction Studies is published three times a year (March, July, November) by SF-TH Inc. at DePauw University. The Science Fiction Studies Website publishes abstracts of all articles, as well as the full texts of all reviews, historical documents, and selected essays appearing in the journal since its founding in 1973 by R.D. Mullen. We maintain a three-year blackout before reviews published in the journal appear on the website. Full texts of articles are posted only after an issue has been sold out and after the three-year blackout period has expired.


SFS # 131

Articles by Thomas Strychacz on The Political Economy of Potato Farming in Andy Weir’s The Martian; Stephanie Peebles Tavera's Utopia, Inc.: A Manifesto for the Cyborg Corporation; Ian Campbell on Artificial Intelligence and Community in Amad `Abd al-Salām al-Baqqāli’s The Blue Flood and Heinlein’s The Moon is a Harsh Mistress; Robert Yeates on Urban Decay and Sexual Outlaws in the Blade Runner Universe;  Sara Martín on The Antipatriarchal Male Monster as Limited (Anti) Hero in Richard K. Morgan’s Black Man/Thirteen; Stephen Dougherty on Radio, the Genome, and Greg Bear’s Biological Fiction; Chris Pak on Grotesque Bodies, Multispecies Flourishing, and Human-Animal Relationships in Joan Slonczewski’s A Door into Ocean; Derek K. Thiess on Historical Revision and Embodied Age in Joan Slonczewski’s Children Star and Brain Plague.


 

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         Special Issues/Sections (Links to special issue topics, author interviews, and  author-specific articles, with links to contents pages)

        xray Awards Page (Mullen Fellowship Winners and Pioneer Award Winning Essays published in SFS)

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       Author Interviews

      critics Bibliographies and Chronologies of Science Fiction

       Documents in the History of SF (Primary sf texts of historical significance that have appeared in SFS)  

      wormholes Wormholes (A list of useful and interesting sf-related links)  

      wasf The Wesleyan Anthology of Science Fiction

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Archived issues of SFS (from 1973 onward) are available on JSTOR to participating institutions.

 


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