Science Fiction Studies

#139 = Volume 46, Part 3 = November 2019



  • Isiah Lavender III. Dat Black Girl Magic! Mafe’s Where No Black Woman Has Gone Before and Schalk’s (Dis)ability, Race, and Gender in Black Women’s Speculative Fiction   


  • Ashcroft’s Utopianism in Postcolonial Literatures (John Scheckter)

  • Blaim’s Utopian Visions and Revisions (Peter Paik)

  • Bowler’s A History of the Future: Prophets of Progress from H.G. Wells to Isaac Asimov (Patrick A. McCarthy)

  • Campbell’s Arabic Science Fiction (Musab Bajaber)

  • Davies’s Economic Science Fictions (Joshua Pearson)

  • Drake’s Paranoia, Fear and Alienation (Laura Thursby)

  • Geppert’s Astroculture After Apollo (De Witt Douglas Kilgore)

  • Grant’s Monster Cinema (David Hollands)

  • Gunn’s The Illustrated History of Science Fiction, 3rd ed. (Chad Andrews)

  • Gutjahr’s Voyage to the Moon and Other Imaginary Flights of Fancy in Antebellum America (Joan Gordon)

  • Idema’s Stages of Transmutation: Science Fiction, Biology, and Environmental Posthumanism (Steven Shaviro)

  • Kac-Vergne’s Masculinity in Contemporary Science Fiction Cinema (Troy Michael Bordun)

  • Kurlat Ares’s La Ilusión Persistente: Diálogos entre la Ciencia Ficción y el Campo Cultural (Sara Martín)

  • Lavigne’s Post-Apocalyptic Patriarchy (Justin Cosner)

  • Lothian’s Speculative Fiction and Queer Possibility (Elizabeth Lundberg)

  • Malley’s Archaeology and Geopolitics in Contemporary North American Science Fiction Film and Television (Hugh Elton)

  • Nevala-Lee’s John W. Campbell, Isaac Asimov, Robert A. Heinlein, L. Ron Hubbard, and the Golden Age of Science Fiction (Paul Kincaid)

  • Reddell’s The Sound of Things To Come (Dylan Cree)

  • Rhee’s The Robotic Imaginary (Brent Ryan Bellamy)

  • Vas-Deyres/Bergeron/Guay’s C’était demain (Arthur B. Evans)

  • Weiner/Stevens/Rogers’s Frankenstein and Its Classics (Ellen J. Stockstill)

  • Wells’s The Invisible Man, Lobdell/Reeves edition (Nicholas Ruddick)

  • Živković’s Selected Essays and Short Stories (Franz Rottensteiner)


  • Flossie E. Hardart, Unheralded SF Writer (Charles Levi)

  • Moonbit (Charlotte Albright)

  • Awards and CFPs

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