Science Fiction Studies

#82 = Volume 27, Part 3 = November 2000


Gregory Benford. The South and Science Fiction (Full text)



  • Nicholas Ruddick. The Aesthetics of Descent: Recent Books on Nineteenth-Century Decadence  (Nicholas Daly, Modernism, Romance and the Fin de Siècle; Brian Stableford, Glorious Perversity: The Rise and Fall of Literary Decadence; Liz Constable et al., eds., Perennial Decay: On the Aesthetics and Politics of Decadence; Susan J. Navarette, The Shape of Fear: Horror and the Fine de Siècle Culture of Decadence; and Kelly Hurley, The Gothic Body: Sexuality, Materialism, and Degeneration at the Fin de Siècle)
  • Istvan Csicsery-Ronay, Jr.  Pre2K Post2K  (Margaret Morse, Virtualities: Television, Media Art, and Cyberculture; Arthur and Marilouise Kroker, eds., Digital Delirium; and Joan Broadhurst Dixon and Eric Cassidy, eds., Virtual Futures: Cyberotics, Technology, and Post-Human Pragmatism)
  • Janice Bogstad. YA SF  (Suzanne Elizabeth Reid, Presenting Young Adult Science Fiction; Karen Sands and Marietta Frank, Back in the Spaceship Again: Juvenile Science Fiction Series Since 1945; Gary Westfahl, Science Fiction, Children's Literature, and Popular Culture: Coming of Age in Fantasyland; and C.W. Sullivfan III, ed., Young Adult Science Fiction)
  • Veronica Hollinger. Old Dreams, New Stories (Chris Ferns, Narrating Utopia: Ideology, Gender, Form in Utopian Literature)


  • Samuel R. Delany. 1984 (Carl Freedman)


  • The "True Riddle of the Sphinx" in The Time Machine (John S. Prince)
  • Report from a Grand Master (Brian W. Aldiss)
  • Law and SF (Bruce L. Rockwood)
  • Another Online Legal Studies Journal (Paul R. Joseph)
  • Olaf Stapledon Panel Discussion and Library Exhibit (Andy Sawyer)
  • Online Science Fiction and Fantasy Research Database (Hal W. Hall)
  • Pearson Wins Pioneer Award
  • Journal for Gene Wolfe Studies
  • Calls for Papers

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