Science Fiction Studies

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Science Fiction Studies is published three times a year (March, July, November) by SF-TH Inc. at DePauw University. The Science Fiction Studies Website publishes abstracts of all articles, as well as the full texts of all reviews, historical documents, and selected essays appearing in the journal since its founding in 1973 by R.D. Mullen. Full texts of articles are posted only after an issue has been sold out.

SFS # 150

Chiara Mengozzi & Julien Wacquez on the Uses of Science Fiction in Environmental

Humanities and Social Sciences; Stephen Schryer on Robert Heinlein and Milton

Friedman's Free-Market Utopias; Lyu Guangzhao on M. John Harrison's KEFAHUCHI

TRACT Trilogy; Sarah Leilani Parijs on Racialized Geosciences and Un-Person Magics in

THE BROKEN EARTH; Anna McFarlane on Reproductive Loss in the Anthropocene via

Paul McAuley's Austral; M. Keith Booker & Isra Daraiseh on The Political Form of

Postmodernism: Bakhtin, Jameson, and Kim Stanley Robinson's The Ministry of the



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        X-RA Man Search Engine  (Full site search by keywords)  

        featured essays Past Issues (Abstracts, Articles, and Reviews from Past issues. Full Texts of Sold Out Past Issues)

         Special Issues/Sections (Links to special issue topics, author interviews, and  author-specific articles, with links to contents pages)

        xray Awards Page (Mullen Fellowship Winners, SFRA Innovative Research [formerly Pioneer] Award Winning Essays published in SFS, and Speculative Fictions & Cultures of Science Book Prize)

        Authors (A guide to Author-Specific Articles)

       Author Interviews

      critics Bibliographies and Chronologies of Science Fiction

      Science Fiction Archives and Collections

       Documents in the History of SF (Primary sf texts of historical significance that have appeared in SFS)  

      wormholes Wormholes (A list of useful and interesting sf-related links)  

      wasf The Wesleyan Anthology of Science Fiction

       Subscriptions and SFS Store (Information on Subscriptions and for Ordering Back Issues)   

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