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FANNING, William J. The Historical Death Ray and Science Fiction in the 1920s and 1930s. #111, 37:2 [July 2010]. 253-74.

FARNELL, Ross. Attempting Immortality: AI, A-Life, and the Posthuman in Greg Egan's Permutation City #80, 27:3 [ November 1999].69-91. (Full Text)

------. Posthuman Topologies: William Gibson's "Architexture" in Virtual Light and Idoru. #76, 25:3 [November 1998].459-80.

FEEHAN, Ellen. Frank Herbert and the Making of Myths: Irish History, Celtic Mythology, and IRA Mythology in The White Plague#58, 19:3 [November 1992].289. (Full Text)

FEKETE, John. The Dispossessed and Triton: Act and System in Utopian Science Fiction. #18, 6:2 [July 1976].129-43.(Full Text)

------. Science Fiction in Hungary. #48, 16:2 [July 1989].191.

------. The Stimulations of Simulations: Five Theses on Science Fiction and Marxism. # 46, 15:3 [November 1988].312-23.

FERGUSSON, Alissa. See SHETLEY, Vernon.

FERNBACH, Amanda. The Fetishization of Masculinity in Science Fiction: The Cyborg and the Console Cowboy. #81, 27:2 [July 2000].234-55.(Full Text)

FERREIRA, Aline. Primate Tales: Interspecies Pregnancy and Chimerical Beings. #105 35:2 [July 2008]. 223-237. (Full Text.)

FERREIRA, Maria Aline. Symbiotic Bodies and Evolutionary Tropes in the Work of Octavia Butler. #112, 37:3 [November 2010]. 401-415.

FERREIRA, Rachel Haywood. The First Wave: Latin American Science Fiction Discovers Its Roots. #103 34:3 [November 2007]. 432-62.

FIELD, David. Fluid Worlds: Lem's Solaris and Nabokov's Ada. #40, 13:3 [November 1986].329-44.

FINK, Beatrice. Narrative Techniques and Utopian Structures in Sade's Aline et Valcour.  #20, 11:1 [March 1980].73-79.

FINK, Martin. AIDS Vampires: Reimagining Illness in Octavia Butler's Fledgling. #112, 37:3 [November 2010]. 416-432.

FINIGAN, Theo. "Into the Memory Hole:" Totalitarianism and Mal d'Archive in Nineteen Eighty-Four and The Handmaid's Tale. #115, 38:3 [November 2011]. 435-459.

FIRSCHING, Lorenz J. J.G. Ballard's Ambiguous Apocalypse. #37, 12:3 [November 1985].297-310.

FISCH, Michael. Nation, War, and Japan's Future in the Science Fiction Anime Film Patlabor II  #80, 27:3 [November 1999].49-68. (Full Text)

FISCHER, William B. German Theories of SF: Jean Paul, Kurd Lasswitz, and After. #10, 3:3 [November 1976].254-65. (Full text)

FISHBURN, Katherine. Doris Lessing's Briefing for a Descent into Hell: SF or Psycho-Drama? #44, 15:1 [March 1988].48-60.

FITTING, Peter. Futurecop: The Neutralization of Revolt in Blade Runner. #43, 14:3 [November 1987].340-54.

------. The Modern Anglo-American SF Novel: Utopian Longing and Capitalist Cooptation. #17, 6:1 [March 1979].59-76.

------. Reality as Ideological Construct: A Reading of Five Novels by Philip K. Dick. #30, 10:2 [July 1983].219-36.

------. Reconsiderations of the Separatist Paradigm in Recent Feminist Science Fiction. #56, 19:1 [March 1992].32-48.

------. SF Criticism in France. #3, 1:3 [Spring 1974].173-81. (Full Text)

------. "So We All Became Mothers": New Roles for Men in Recent Utopian Fiction. #36, 12:2 [July 1985].156-83.

------. Ubik: The Deconstruction of Bourgeois SF. #5, 2:1 [March 1975].47-54.(Full Text)

FJELLMAN, Stephen M. Prescience and Power: God Emperor of Dune and the Intellectuals. #38, 13:1 [March 1986].50-63.

FLEMING, Linda. The American SF Subculture. #13, 4:3 [November 1977].263-71.

FLETCHER, Robert P. The Hacker and the Hawker: Networked Identity in the Science Fiction and Blogging of Cory Doctorow. #110. 37:1 [March 2010]. 81-99.

FONDANECHE, Daniel. Dick, the Libertarian Prophet. #45, 15:2 [July 1988].141-51.

FOOTE, Bud. A Conversation with Kim Stanley Robinson. #62, 21:1 [March 1994]. 51-61

-------. Notes on Red Mars #62, 21:1 [March 1994]. 61-66. (Full text)

FRANKLIN, H. Bruce. America as Science Fiction: 1939, #26, 9:1 [March 1982].38-50.

------. Don't Look Where We're Going: Visions of the Future in Science Fiction Films, 1970-82. #29, 10:1 [March 1983].70-80.

------. Editorial Introduction. #39, 13:2 [July 1986].115-16.

------. Strange Scenarios: Science Fiction, the Theory of Alienation, and the Nuclear Gods. #39, 13:2 [July 1986].117-28.

------. Star Trek in the Vietnam Era. #62, 12:1 [March 1994].24-34.(Full text)

------. The Vietnam War as American SF and Fantasy. #52, 17:3 [November 1990].341-59.

FRANKO, Carol. Dialogical Twins: Post-Patriarchal Topography in Two Stories by Kim Stanley Robinson. #67, 22:3 [November 1995].305-22.

------. Working the "In Between": Kim Stanley Robinson's Utopian Fiction. #63, 21:2 [July 1994]. 191-211.

FREDERICKS, S.C. Lucian's True History as SF. #8, 3:1 [March 1976].49-60. (Full Text)

------. Problems of Fantasy #14, 5:1 [March 1978].33-44. (Full Text)

FREEDMAN, Carl. Editorial Introduction: Philip K. Dick and Criticism. #45, 15:2 [July 1988].121-30.

------. Kubrick's 2001 and the Possibility of a Science-Fiction Cinema. #75, 25:2 [July 1998].300-18.

------. Science Fiction and Critical Theory. #42, 14:2 [July 1987].180-200

------. Towards a Theory of Paranoia: The Science Fiction of Philip K. Dick. #32, 11:1 [March 1984].15-24.

FRELIK, Pawel. Of Slipstream and Others: SF and Genre Boundary Discourses. #113, 38:1 [March 2011]. 20-45.

FRITZ, Morgan. Miniaturization and Cosmopolitan Future History in the Fiction of H.G. Wells #111, 37:2 9July 2010]. 210-29.

 

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GALBREATH, Robert. Holism, Openness, and the Other: Le Guin's Use of the Occult. #20, 7:1 [March 1980].36-48.

------. See also ELKINS.

GALEF, David. Tiptree and the Problem of the Other: Postcolonialism versus Sociobiology. #84, 28:2 [July 2001]. 201-22.

GALVAN, Jill. Entering the Posthuman Collective in Philip K. Dick's Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?  #73, 24:3 [November 1997].413-29.

GAVILÁN, Yolanda Molina. Alternative Realities from Argentina: Angélica Gorodischer's "Los embriones del violeta" #79, 26:2 [July 1999].401-11.

GEIER, Manfred. Stanislaw Lem's Fantastic Ocean. Toward a Semantic Interpretation of Solaris. #57, 19:2 [July 1992].192-218.(Full Text)

GERLACH, Neil & Sheryl Hamilton. Telling the Future, Managing the Present: Business Restructuring Literature as SF. #82, 27:3 [November 2000].461-77. (Full Text)

------. Introduction: A History of Social Science Fiction #90, 30:2 [July 2003]

GERNSBACK, Hugo. How to Write "Science" Stories. #63, 21:2 [July 1994].268. (Full Text)

GINWAY, M. Elizabeth. A Working Model for Analyzing Third World Science Fiction: The Case of Brazil #97, 32:3 [November 2005].

GOLDMAN, Stephen H. John Brunner's Dystopias: Heroic Man in an Unheroic Society. #16, 5:3 [November 1978].260-70. (Full Text)

GOLUMBIA, David. Resisting the "World": Philip K. Dick, Cultural Studies, and Metaphysical Realism. #68, 23:1 [March 1996].83-102. (Full text.)

GOMEL, Elana. Gods Like Men: Soviet Science Fiction and the Utopian Self . #94, 31:3 [November 2004]. 358-77.

------.  Mystery, Apocalypse, and Utopia: The Case of the Ontological Detective Story. #67, 22:2 [November 1995].343-56.

------. The Poetics of Censorship: Allegory as Form and Ideology in the Novels of Arkady and Boris Strugatsky. #65, 22:1 [March 1995].87-105. (Full Text)

------. Posthuman Voices: Alien Infestation and the Poetics of Subjectivity. #117, 39:2 [July 2012]. 177-194.

GORDON, Andrew. Back to the Future: Oedipus as Time Traveller. #43, 14:3 [November 1987].372-83.

------. The Empire Strikes Back: Monsters from the Id. #22, 7:3 [November 1980].313-18.

------. E.T. as Fairy Tale. #31, 10:3 [November 1983].298-305.

GORDON, Joan. Gazing Across the Abyss: The Amborg Gaze in Sheri S. Tepper’s Six Moon Dance. #105 35:2 [July 2008]. 189-206. (Full text.)

------. Hybridity, Heterotopia, and Mateship in China Mieville's Perdido Street Station.  #91, 30:3 [November 2003].456-76.

------. Talking (for, with) Dogs: Science Fiction Breaks a Species Barrier. #112, 37:3 [November 2010]. 456-465.

GOUANVIC, Jean-Marc. Rational Speculations in French Canada, 1839-1974. #44, 15:1 [March 1988].71-81.

GRACE, Dominick M. The Handmaid's Tale: "Historical Notes" and Documentary Subversion. #76, 25:3 [November 1996].481-94.

------. Rereading Lester del Rey's "Helen O'Loy." #59, 20:1 [March 1993].45.

GRANT, Glenn. Transcendence Through Detournement in William Gibson's Neuromancer. #50, 17:1 [March 1990].41-49.

GRAY, Chris Hables. "There Will Be War!": Future War Fantasies and Militaristic Science Fiction in the 1980s. #64, 21:3 [November 1994].315-36. (Full text)

GRIGSBY, John L. Asimov's Foundation Trilogy and Herbert's Dune Trilogy: A Vision Reversed. #24, 8:2 [July 1981].149-55.

------. Herbert's Reversal of Asimov's Vision Reassessed: Foundation's Edge and God Emperor of Dune. #33, 11:2 [July 1984].174-80.

GUBAR, Susan. C.L. Moore and the Conventions of Women's Science Fiction. #20, 7:1 [March 1980].16-27.

GUNN, James. Teaching Science Fiction #70, 23:3 [November 1996].377-84.

------. The Gatekeepers #29, 10:1 [March 1983].15-23.

 GURMAN, Elissa. "The holy and the powerful light that shines through history" Tradition and Technology in Marge Piecry's He, She, and It. #115, 38:3 [November 2011]. 460-477.

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HAGEMAN, Andrew. The Challenge of Imagining Ecological Futures: Paolo Bacigalupi's The Windup Girl. #117, 39:2 [July 2012]. 283-303.

HAHN, Ronald M. & Sylvia & Horst Pukallus. "Perry Rhodan" as a Social and Ideological Phenomenon. #18, 6:2 [July 1979].190.(Full Text)

HALL, Peter C. & Richard D. Erlich. Beyond Topeka and Thunderdome: Variations on the Comic-Romance Pattern in Recent SF Film. #43, 14:3 [November 1987].316-25.

HAMILTON, Sheryl. Traces of the Future: Biotechnology, Science Fiction, and the Media # 90, 30:2 [July 2003].267-82.

----. Also GERLACH, Neil.

HAMNER, Everett. Remembering the Disappeared: Science-Fiction Film in Post-dictatorship Argentina. #116, 39:1 [March 2012]. 60-80.

HANTKE, Steffen. A German Hero for the Cold War: Wolfgang F. Henschel's Alpha Alpha (1972). #116, 39:1 [March 2012].81-104.

----. Surgical Strikes and Prosthetic Warriors: The Soldier's Body in Contemporary Science Fiction. #76, 25:3 [November 1998].495-509.

HARDING, Robert. Manuel Castells’s Techocultural Epoch in The Information Age  #98, 33:1 [March 2006]

HARK, Ina Rae. Unity in the Composite Novel: Triadic Patterning in Asimov's The Gods Themselves.  #19, 6: [November 1979].281. (Full Text)

HARPER, Mary Katherine. Incurably Alien Other: A Case for Feminist Cyborg Writers. #67, 22:3 [November 1995].399-420.

HARPOLD, Terry. Verne's Cartographies #95, 32:1 [March 2005].18-42. (Full text)

HARRIS-FAIN, Darren. Farwell to the Master: Standing in for Tom Clareson. #70, 23:3 [November 1996].423-27. (Full Text)

HASSELBLATT, Dieter. Reflections from West Germany on the Science Fiction Market. #13, 4:3 [November 1977].256-63.

HASSLER, Donald M. The Academic Pioneers of Science Fiction Criticism, 1940-1980. #78, 26: [July 1999].213-39.(Full Text)

------.Some Asimov Resonances from the Enlightenment. #44, 15: [March 1988].36-47.

HASSÓN, MOISÉS. See BELL, Andrea.

HAYLES, N. Katherine. Material Entanglements: Steven Hall's The Raw Shark Texts as Slipstream Novel. #113, 38:1 [March 2011]. 115-133.

------. Space for Writing: Stanislaw Lem and the Dialectic "That Guides My Pen." #40, 13:3 [November 1986].292-312.

HEIDKAMP, Bernie. Responses to the Alien Mother in Post-Maternal Cultures: C.J. Cherryh and Orson Scott Card. #70, 23:3 [November 1996].339-54.(Full Text)

HEIDTMANN, Horst. A Survey of Science Fiction in the German Democratic Republic. #17, 6:1 [March 1979].92-99.

HELFORD, Elyce Rae. "We Are Only Seeking Man": Gender, Psychoanalysis, and Stanislaw Lem's Solaris. #57, 19:2 [July 1992].167-77. (Full Text)

HELLER, Lee. The Persistence of Difference: Postfeminism, Popular Discourse, and Heterosexuality in Star Trek. #72, 24:2 [July 1997].226-44.

HENDERSHOT, Cyndy. Anti-Communism and Ambivalence in Red Planet Mars, Invasion USA, and the Beast from Yucca Flats. #84, 28:2 [July 2001]. 246-60.

------. Darwin and the Atom: Evolution/Devolution Fantasies in The Beast from 20,000 Fathoms, Them!, and The Incredible Shrinking Man. #75, 25:2 [July 1998].319-35.

------. Vampire and Replicant: The One-Sex Body in a Two-Sex World. #67, 22:3 [November 1995].373-98.

HERNÁNDEZ, Teri J. Translating Jules Verne: An Extraordinary Journey. #95, 32:1 [March 2005].142-49. (Full text)

HEWITT, Elizabeth. Generic Exhaustion and the "Heat Death" of Science Fiction. #64, 21:3 [November 1994].289-301. (Full text)

HIENGER, Jörg. Entertainment and Challenge in Science Fiction. #21, 7:2 [July 1980].166-73.

------. The Uncanny and Science Fiction. #18, 6:2 [July 1979].144-152.(Full Text)

HILL, Eugene D. The Place of the Future: Louis Marin and his Utopiques. #27, 9:2 [July 1982].167-179. (Full Text)

HILLS, Matt. Counterfictions in the Work of Kim Newman: Rewriting Gothic SF as "Alternate-Story Stories."  #91, 30:3 [November 2003].

HOLLINGER, Veronica. Contemporary Trends in Science Fiction Criticism, 1980-1999. #78, 26:2 [July 1999].232-62.(Full Text)

------. Deconstructing the Time Machine. #42, 14:2 [July 1987].201-21.

------. Impressions from the Conference Circuit #70, 23:3 [November 1996].432-37.

------. Introduction: Women in Science Fiction and Other Hopeful Monsters. #51, 17:2 [July 1990] (Full Text)

------. Introducing Star Trek. #72, 24:2 [July 1997].207-08. (Full Text)

------. (Re)reading Queerly: Science Fiction, Feminism, and the Defamiliarization of Gender. #77, 26:1 [March 1999].23-40.

------. Stories About the Future: From Patterns of Expectation to Pattern Recognition. #100, 33:3 [November 2006]. 452-72.

------. The Vampire and the Alien: Variations on the Outsider. #48, 16:2 [July 1989].145-60. (Full Text)

HOLT, Philip. H.G. Wells and the Ring of Gyges. #57, 19:2 [July 1992].236-47. (Full Text)

HUGHES, David. A Queer Notion of Grant Allen's. #75, 25:2 [July 1998].271-84.

HUNTER, I.Q. The Far Side of Moon Zero Two. #85, 29:3 [November 2001].355-64.

HUNTINGTON, John. Philip K. Dick: Authenticity and Insincerity. #45, 15:2 [July 1988].152-60.

------. Public and Private Imperatives in Le Guin's Novels. (Full Text) #7, 2:3 [November 1975].237-43.

------. Remembrance of Things to Come: Narrative Technique in Last and First Men. #28, 9:3 [November 1982].257-64.

------. Thinking by Opposition: The "Two-World" Structure in H.G. Wells's Short Fiction. #25, 8:3 [November 1981].240-54.

------. The Unity of Childhood's End.  #3, 1:3 [Spring 1974].154-64.(Full Text)

------. Utopian and Anti-Utopian Logic: H.G. Wells and his Successors. #27, 9:2 [July 1982].122-46. (Full text)

HUSS, Mikael. Hesitant Journey to the West: SF's Changing Fortunes in Mainland China  #80, 27:3 [November 1999].92-104. (Full Text)

 

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INHABITANT, The. The Great Romance. #61, 20: [].305-41. (Full Text)

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JACOBS, Naomi. Person and Persona: Historical Figures in "Recombinant" Science Fiction. #42, 14:2 [July 1987].230-40.

JAMESON, Fredric. After Armageddon: Character Systems in Dr. Bloodmoney. #5, 2:1 [March 1975].31-42.(Full Text)

------. Generic Discontinuities in SF: Aldiss' Starship. #2, 1:2 [Fall 1973].57-68. (Full Text)

------. Progress Versus Utopia; or, Can We Imagine the Future?, #27, 9:2 [July 1982].147-58. (Full Text)

------. Science Fiction as a Spatial Genre: Generic Discontinuities and the Problem of Figuration in Vonda McIntyre's The Exile Waiting. #41, 14:2 [July 1987].44-59.

------. World Reduction in Le Guin: The Emergence of Utopian Narrative.  #7, 2:3 [November 1975].221-30. (Full Text)

JAMROZIAK, Wojciech. The Historical SF of Teodor Parnicki. #15, 5:2 [July 1978].130-33.(Full Text)

JARZĘBSKI, Jerzy. Stanislaw Lem, Rationalist and Visionary. #12, 4:2 [July 1977].110-26.

------. Stanislaw Lem's "Star Diaries," #40, 13:3 [November 1986].361-73.

JESCHKE, Wolfgang. SF: A Publisher's View. #13, 4:3 [November 1977].283-87.

JOHNS, J. Adam. Becoming Medusa: Octavia Butler's LILITH'S BROOD and Sociobiology. #112, 37:3 [November 2010]. 382-400.

JOHNSTON, John. Distributed Information: Complexity Theory in the Novels of Neal Stephenson and Linda Nagata. #84, 28:2 [July 2001]. 223-44.

JOSE, Jim. Reflections on the Politics of Le Guin's Narrative Shifts. #54, 18:2 [July 1991].180-97.

JOUANNE, Emmanuel. How "Dickian" is the New French Science Fiction? # 45, 15:2 [July 1988].226-31.

 

         

 

KANDEL, Michael. Two Meditations on Stanislaw Lem. #40, 13:3 [November 1986].374-81.

KELLEGHAN, Fiona. Hell's My Destination: Imprisonment in the Works of Alfred Bester. #64, 21:3 [November 1994].351-64. (Full Text)

KELLEY, Robert. A Maze of Twisty Little Passages All Alike; Aesthetics and Teleology in Interactive Computer Fictional Environments. #59, 20:1 [March 1993].52-68.

KELSO, Sylvia. "Across Never": Postmodern Theory and Narrative Praxis in Samuel Delany's Nevèrÿon Cycle. #72, 24:2 [July 1997].289-301.

KENTER, Stuart. see Paul A. ABRAHM.

KENYON JONES, Christine. Sf and Romantic Biofictions: Aldiss, Gibson, Sterling, Powers. #71, 24:1 [March 1997].47-56.(Full Text)

KETTERER, David. Covering A Case of Conscience. #27, 9:2 [July 1982].195-214. (Full Text)

------. Frankenstein’s "Conversion" from Natural Magic to Modern Science—and a Shifted (and Converted) Last Draft Insert #71, 24:2 [March 1997].57-78. (Full Text)

------. James Blish's Welcome to Mars and the Haertel Complex. #34, 11:3 [November 1984].284-90.

------. The Last Inspirational Gasp of James Blish: The Breath of Brahma. #32, 11:1 [March 1984].45-49.

-------. Pantropy, Polyploidy, and Tectogenesis in the Fiction of James Blish and Norman L. Knight. #30, 10:2 [July 1983].199-218.

------. Science Fiction and Allied Literature, #8, 3:1 [March 1976].64. (Full Text)

------. "Vivisection": Schoolboy "John Wyndham's" First Publication? #78, 26:2 [July 1999].303-11. (Full Text)

------. See also "QUILL."

KHOURI, Nadia. The Dialectics of Power: Utopia in the Science Fiction of Le Guin, Jeury, and Piercy. #20, 7:1 [March 1980].49-60.

------. Lost Worlds and the Revenge of Realism. #30, 10:2 [July 1983].170-90.

------. Reaction and Nihilism: The Political Genealogy of Orwell's 1984. #36, 12:2 [July 1985].136-47.

------. Utopia and Epic: Ideological Confrontation in Jack London's The Iron Heel,  #9, 3:2 [July 1976].174-81.(Full text)

------. See also ANGENOT.

KILGORE, De Witt Douglas. Changing Regimes: Vonda N. McIntyre's Parodic Astrofuturism. #81, 27:2 [July 2000].256-77.(Full Text)

KILGORE, De Witt Douglas, & Ramu Samatrai. A Memorial to Octavia Butler. #112, 37:3 [November 2010]. 353-361. (Full Text)

KINYON, Kamila. The Phenomenology of Robots: Confrontations with Death in Karel Capek's R.U.R. #79, 26:2 [July 1999].379-400.

KIRBY, David A. The New Eugenics in Cinema: Genetic Determinism and Gene Therapy in GATTACA. #81, 27:2 [July 2000].193-215. (Full Text)

KLEIN, Gérard. Discontent in American Science Fiction #11, 4:1 [March 1977].3-13.

------. Le Guin's "Aberrant" Opus: Escaping the Trap of Discontent. #13, 4:3 [November 1977].287-95.

------. A Petition by Agents of the Dominant Culture for the Dismissal of SF. #21, 7:2 [July 1980].115-23.

KLEINER, Elaine  Romanian "Science Fantasy" in the Cold War Era. #56, 19:1 [March 1999].59-68.

KLING, Bernt. Perry Rhodan. #12, 4:2 [July 1977].159-61.

------. On SF Comics. #13, 4:3 [November 1977].277-82.

KOELB, Clayton. The Language of Presence in Varley's "The Persistence of Vision." #33, 11:2 [July 1984].154-65.

KÔICHI, Yamano. Japanese SF, Its Originality and Orientation. #62, 21:1 [March 1994].67-80.(Full Text)

KRABBENHOFT, Kenneth. Lem as Moral Theologian. #63, 21:2 [July 1994].212-24.

------. The Uses of Madness in Cervantes and Philip K. Dick. #81, 27:2 [July 2000].216-33.(Full Text)

KROPF, Carl R. Douglas Adams's "Hitchhiker" Novels as Mock Science Fiction. #44, 15:1 [March 1988].61-70.

 

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LA BARE, Joshua. The Future: "Wrapped ... in that mysterious Japanese way"  #80, 27:3 [November 1999].22-48. (Full Text)

LaGRANDEUR, Kevin. The Persistent Peril of the Artificial Slave. #114, 38:2 [July 2011]. 232-252.

LAKE, David. Le Guin's Twofold Vision: Contrary Image Sets in The Left Hand of Darkness.  #24, 8:2 [July 1981].156-64.

------. The White Sphinx and the Whitened Lemur: Images of Death in The Time Machine #17, 6:1 [March 1979].77-84.

------. The Whiteness of Griffin and H.G. Wells's Images of Death, 1897-1914. #23, 8:1 [March 1981].12-18.

LAMONT, Victoria. See NEWELL, Dianne.

LANDON, Brooks. "That Light at the End of the Tunnel.: The Plurality of Singularity." #116, 39:1 [March 2012]. 2-14.

-----. Slipstream Then, Slipstream Now: The Curious Connections between William Douglas O'Connor's "The Brazen Android" and Michael Cunningham's Specimen Days. #113, 38:1 [March 2011]. 67-92.

LATHAM, Rob. From Outer Space to Inner Space: New Wave Science Fiction and the Singularity. #116, 39:1 [March 2012]. 28-39.

-----. Sextrapolation in New Wave Science Fiction. #99, 33:2 [July 2006]. 251-274.

-----.  Subterranean Suburbia: Underneath the Smalltown Myth in the Two Versions of Invaders from Mars. #66, 22:2 [July 1995].198-208. (Full Text)

LAUDADIO, Nicholas C. "Sounds Like a Human Performanxce": The Electronic Music Synthesizer in Mid-Twentieth Century Science Fiction. #114, 38:2 [July 2011]. 304-320.

LAVENDER, Isiah III. Ethnoscapes: Environment and Language in Ishmael Reed’s Mumbo Jumbo, Colson Whitehead’s The Intuitionist, and Samuel R. Delany’s Babel-17.  #102, 34:2 [July 2007]

LAWLESS, Geraldine. Unknown Futures: Nineteenth-Century Science Fiction in Spain. #114, 38:2 [July 2011]. 253-269.

LAYTON, David A. The Barriers of Inner and Outer Space: The Science Fiction of Barry Malzberg. #53, 18:1 [March 1991].71-90.

LEANE, Elizabeth. Locating the Thing: The Antartic as Alien Space in John W. Campbell's "Who Goes There?". #96, 32:2 [July 2005].225-239.

LEHMAN, Steven. The Motherless Child in Science Fiction: Frankenstein and Moreau. #56, 19:1 [March 1992].49-58.

LE GUIN, Ursula K. American SF and the Other.   #7, 2:3 [November 1975].208-10. (Full Text)#

------. On Norman Spinrad's The Iron Dream #1, 1:1 [Spring 1973].41-44. (Full Text)

------. A New Book by the Strugatskys #12, 4:2 [July 1977].157-58.

LEITH, Linda. Marion Zimmer Bradley and Darkover. #20, 7:1 [March 1980].28-35.

LEVIN, A. E. English-Language Science Fiction as a Socio-Cultural Phenomenon. #13, 4:3 [November 1977].246-56.

LEM, Stanislaw. About the Strugatskys' Roadside Picnic. #31, 10:3 [November 1983].317-32.

------. Cosmology and Science Fiction. #12, 4:2 [July 1977].107-10.

------. Metafantasia: The Possibilities of Science Fiction. #23, 8:1 [March 1986].54-71.

------. Metafuturology. #40, 13:3 [November 1986].261-71.

------. On Stapledon's Last and First Men. #40, 13:3 [November 1986].272-91.

------. On Stapledon's Star Maker. #41, 14:1 [March 1987].1-8.

------. On the Structural Analysis of Science Fiction. #1, 1:1 [Spring 1973].26-33. (Full Text)

------. On the Genesis of Wizja Lokalna (Eyewitness Account) #40, 13:3 [November 1986].382-386.

------. Philip K. Dick: A Visionary Among the Charlatans. #5, 2:1 [March 1975].54-67.(Full Text)

------. Remarks Occasioned by Antoni Slonimski's The Torpedo of Time. #34, 11:3 [November 1984].233-43.

------. Remarks Occasioned by Dr. Plank's Essay "Quixote's Mills," #2, 1:2 [Fall 1973].78-84.(Full Text)

------. The Time Travel Story and Related Matters of Science Fiction Structuring. #3, 1:3 [Spring 1974].143-54.(Full Text)

------. Todorov's Fantastic Theory of Literature. #4, 1:4 [Fall 1974].227-37. (Full Text)

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