Science Fiction Studies

#123 = Volume 41, Part 2 = July 2014


THE 2013 SFS SYMPOSIUM: SF MEDIA(TIONS)


ARTICLES

REVIEW-ESSAYS

  • Jerome Winter. All Hail the Slide-Rule? Clareson/Sanders’s The Heritage of Heinlein, Herbe’s Characters in New British Hard Science Fiction, and Slusser’s Gregory Benford

BOOKS IN REVIEW

  • Colebrook/Cox’s The Transgressive Iain Banks (Stephen Dougherty)
  • Everett/Roman’s Time Travel and Warp Drives (David Wittenberg)       
  • Geppert’s Imagining Outer Space: European Astroculture in the Twentieth Century (De Witt Douglas Kilgore) 
  • McGrath’s The J.G. Ballard Book (Pedro Groppo)            
  • Orthia’s Doctor Who and Race (Stina Attebery)
  • Polcini’s Oltre la fantascienza: Paradigmi e intertestualità nella narrative di J.G. Ballard (Umberto Rossi)        
  • Sims’s Tech Anxiety: Artificial Intelligence and Ontological Awakening in Four Science Fíction Novels (M. Keith Booker)
  • Wagner’s The Scientist as God: A Typological Study of a Literary Motif, 1818 to the Present (Colin Drumm)               
  • Westfahl’s William Gibson (Michael M. Levy) 

NOTES AND CORRESPONDENCE

  • Imaging Alternatives (Josh Pearson)     
  • ICFA-35 (Graham J. Murphy)   
  • “Embattled Heavens” Conference (Paweł Frelik)           
  • Forgotten Spaces 2013 (Mark Bould)     
  • Science Fiction: New Death (Chris Pak)
  •  New Journal (Sean Redmond) 
  • Corrigenda (Rob Latham)            
  • John Wyndham’s “The Living Lies” in Other Worlds (David Ketterer)    
  • John B. Harris’s Mars Rover on Earth (David Ketterer)   
  • Notes on Contributors 


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