Science Fiction Studies

#135 = Volume 45, Part 2 = July 2018


ARTICLES

SPECIAL ISSUE ON FRANKENSTEIN

Edited and Introduced by Michael Griffin and Nicole Lobdell

REVIEW-ESSAYS

  • J. Stephen Addcox. The Frankenstein Family Tree: Friedman/Kavey’s A History of Frankenstein Narratives and Frayling’s Frankenstein: The First Two Hundred Years     

  • Marcin Wołk. Stanisław Lem, Holocaust Survivor: Gajewska’s The Past in Lem’s Fiction and Orliński’s Lem, Life from Another Planet  

BOOKS IN REVIEW

  • Guston/Finn/Robert’s Frankenstein: Annotated for Scientists, Engineers, and Creators of All Kinds(Kate Holterhoff)

  • Mulvey-Roberts’s Historicising the Gothic Corporeal (Kasee Laster)     

  • Smith’s The Cambridge Companion to Frankenstein (Rebecca Nesvet) 

  • Smith’s Gothic Death 1740-1914: A Literary History (Shannon Scott)       

  • Buss’s Willy Ley: Prophet of the Space Age (De Witt Douglas Kilgore)    

  • Claeys’s Dystopia: A Natural History (Patrick Parrinder)            

  • Clarke/Rossini’s The Cambridge Companion to Literature and the Posthuman (Moritz Ingwersen)               

  • Czigányik’s Utopian Horizons (Cameron Ellis)  

  • Guynes/Hassler-Forest’s Star Wars and the History of Transmedia Storytelling (Benjamin J. Robertson)   

  • Hamner’s Science and Fiction and the Genome Age (Rebekah Sheldon)               

  • Jones’s Science Fiction Cinema and 1950s Britain (J.P. Telotte)

  • Küchler/Maehl/Stout’s Alien Imaginations: Science Fiction and Tales of Transnationalism (John Rieder)              

  • Lavender’s Dis-orienting Planets: Racial Representations of Asia in Science Fiction (Bodhisattva Chattopadhyay)    

  • Mazierska/Suppia’s Red Alert: Marxist Approaches to Science Fiction (Andrew M. Gordon)    

  • Page’s James Gunn: Writer, Teacher, Scholar (Thomas Connolly)            

  • Pierce/Mondal’s Connections to Octavia E. Butler (Ritch Calvin)              

  • Schmeink’s Biopunk Dystopias (Rebecca Wilbanks)       

  • Whitson’s Steampunk and Nineteenth-Century Digital Humanities (Jaymee Goh Sook Yi)     

  • Withers’s H.G. Wells and the Bicycle (Lisa Swanstrom)                

NOTES AND CORRESPONDENCE


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