Science Fiction Studies

#133 = Volume 44, Part 3 = November 2017



  • Stephen R. Dougherty. Adam Roberts, Reader’s Writer: Callow/ McFarlane’s Adam Roberts: Critical Essays

  • Tamara C. Ho. Articulating Asia in SF: Roh/Huang/Niu’s Techno-Orientalism: Imagining Asia in Speculative Fiction, History, and Media

  • Brooks Landon. Doubling Down on Double Vision: Telotte/ Duchovnay’s Science Fiction Double Feature: The Science Fiction Film  as Cult Text


  • Bowser/Croxall’s Like Clockwork: Steampunk Pasts, Presents, and Futures (Andrew M. Butler)

  • Bray’s Dimensions of Madeleine L’Engle  (Joan Menefee)

  • Brown/Duffy/Stainforth’s J.G. Ballard: Landscapes of Tomorrow  (Roger Luckhurst)   

  • Calvin’s Feminist Science Fiction and Feminist Epistemology: Four Modes (Brian Attebery)

  • Canavan’s Octavia E. Butler (Rebekah Sheldon)

  • Haraway’s Manifestly Haraway (Joan Gordon)

  • Isaacson’s Celestial Empire: The Emergence of Chinese Science Fiction (Will Peyton)

  • May’s Pseudoscience and Science Fiction  (Anthony Enns)

  • Palmer’s Castaway Tales (Gary  K. Wolfe)

  • Servitje/Vint’s Zombies and the Medical Image  (Lars Schmeink)

  • Shaviro’s  Discognition (Paweł Frelik)

  • Throesch’s Before Einstein: The Fourth Dimension in Fin-de-Siècle Literature and Culture (Kanta Dihal)

  • Womack’s  ...Flying  Saucers Are Real! (Rob Latham)


  • Adam Selene and Robert Heinlein (David Ketterer)

  • Conference Report: ASLE  (Moritz Ingwersen)

  • The Chthonopolis Exhibition  (Nic Clear)

  • SFRA Awards 2017  (Keren Omry)

  • Butler  Exhibition (Huntington Library)

  • Calls for Papers

  • Mullen Fellowship Awards 2017-18  (Sherryl Vint)

  • Remembering  David Y. Hughes (Robert  M. Philmus)

  • Brian  W. Aldiss (1925-2017)

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