Science Fiction Studies

#143 = Volume 48, Part 1 = March 2021


SPECIAL ISSUE ON SF AND NOSTALGIA
Edited by Aris Mounsoutzanis and Yugin Teo

ARTICLE

REVIEW-ESSAY

  • Carol McGuirk. A Long View of Genre History: Canavan/Link’s The Cambridge History of Science Fiction

BOOKS IN REVIEW

  • Bishop/Higgins/Määtä’s Plants in Science Fiction (Chris Pak)      
  • Grant’s The Twilight Zone (Stacey Abbott)
  • Lavender III’s Afrofuturism Rising (Sean Guynes)
  • Lee/McCormack’s Essays on Lois McMaster Bujold (Sandra Lindow)
  • Meeker/Szabari’s Plants and Speculative Fiction (Timothy S. Miller)
  • Mukherjee’s Final Frontiers (Suparno Banerjee)               
  • Roberts’s H.G. Wells: A Literary Life (Nicholas Ruddick)
  • Sandner’s Philip K. Dick: Essays of the Here and Now (Anthony Enns)
  • Spiegel/Reiter/Goldberg’s Utopia and Reality (Troy Michael Bordun)
  • Waugh’s The Tragic Thread in Science Fiction (Justin Cosner) 
  • Westfahl/Benford/Hendrix/Alexander’s Science Fiction and the Dismal Science (Joshua Pearson)          
  • Wolf-Meyer’s SF and Apocalyptic Anthropology (Steven Shaviro)            

NOTES AND CORRESPONDENCE

    • Langford’s Ansible Editions (Rob Latham)
    • 2021 ELLAK International Conference   
    • Jack London Society Symposium              
    • SF and Mormonism       
    • Conference on Modern Dystopias and Imminent Futures

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