Science Fiction Studies

#117 = Volume 39, Part 2 = July 2012



  • Mark Bould. From Llanvihangel Crucorney and Zagreb to the Stars!: Milner’s Raymond Williams on SF, Utopias, and Dystopias and Suvin’s Essays on Utopia, SF, and Political Epistemology
  • Brooks Landon. Reading the Red Planet: Crossley’s Imagining Mars and Hendrix/Slusser/Rabkin’sVisions of Mars
  • Patrick A. McCarthy. Two Briefs on Science Fiction: Bould/Vint’s The Routledge Concise History of Science Fiction and Seed’s Science Fiction: A Very Short Introduction


  • Caroti’s The Generation Starship in Science Fiction (Michael Levy)
  • New edition of De Mille’s A Strange Manuscript Found in a Copper Cylinder (Nicholas Ruddick)
  • Lavender’s Race in American Science Fiction (André Carrington)
  • Lovén’s Virtual Reality in Science Fiction (Jason W. Ellis)
  • McGrath’s Religion and Science Fiction (Matthew Bond)
  • Saint-Gelais’s Fictions transfuges (Roger Bozzetto)
  • Geetha/Amit Sarwal’s Exploring Science Fiction and Sawyer/Wright’s Teaching Science Fiction (Craig B. Jacobsen)
  • Wittkower’s Philip K. Dick and Philosophy (Joshua Pearson)
  • Books Received


  • Report from the Key West Seminar (Istvan Csicsery-Ronay, Jr.)
  • Conference on Global SF Cinema (Pawel Frelik)
  • Correspondence: On the “Singularity Symposium” (Alan C. Elms)
  • SFRA Awards for 2012 (Ritch Calvin)
  • 2012-13 Mullen Fellows (Rob Latham)
  • SF Magazines Online (Patrick Scott Belk)
  • University of Iowa Acquires SF Collection (Greg Prickman)
  • Steampunk Exhibition (Mike McGee)
  • New SF Page in the Los Angeles Review of Books (Rob Latham)
  • Heinlein Society Scholarships (Geo Rule)
  • Calls for Papers, Upcoming Conferences and Exhibitions, etc.
  • Notes on Contributors

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