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historical documents, and selected essays appearing in the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 three years after an issue has been sold out.
including special section on Stanisław Lem's Summa Technologiae: N. Katherine Hayles on Summa as Mirror Text of The Cyberiad; David Wittenberg on Analogies of Evolution in Summa; Paweł Frelik on Summa as Impossible Utopia; Istvan Csicsery-Ronay on Summa and His Master's Voice and Golem XIV. Other articles include Mariano Martín Rodríguez on Modernist Lost-Race Fictions and the Dystopian Mode in Spain; Eileen McGinnis on Gender and Literacy in The Diamond Age; Jonathan Newell on Abject Cyborgs in The Iron Council; and Stephen Dougherty on Democracy, Media, and Science Fiction.
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Search Engine (Full site search by keywords)
pages of the most recent issues of SFS, with links to
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Articles, and Reviews from Past issues. Full Texts of Sold Out Past
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interviews, and author-specific articles, with links to contents
Authors (A guide to Author-Specific Articles)
Bibliographies and Chronologies of Science Fiction
Documents in the
History of SF (Primary sf texts of historical
significance that have appeared in SFS)
Awards Page (Mullen Fellowship Winners and Pioneer Award Winning Essays published in SFS)
Wormholes (A list
of useful and interesting sf-related links)
The Wesleyan Anthology of Science Fiction
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