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Arthur B. Evans, Editor & Publisher
Department of Modern Languages,
Greencastle, IN 46135 USA
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Istvan Csicsery-Ronay, Editor
Department of English
Greencastle, IN 46135 USA
765-658-4683; Fax 765-658-4799
Joan Gordon, Editor
Nassau Community College
631-864-9756; Fax 516-572-8132
Veronica Hollinger, Editor
Dept. of Cultural Studies
Peterborough, Ont. K9J 7B8, Canada
705-748-1771; Fax 705-748-1826
Carol McGuirk, Editor
Department of English
Florida Atlantic University
Boca Raton, FL 33431-0991 USA
561-297-3832; Fax 561-297-3807
Lisa Swanstrom, Editor
Dept. of English
University of Utah
Salt Lake City, UT 84112
Sherryl Vint, Editor
Department of English
University of California -- Riverside
Riverside, CA 92521 USA
R.D. Mullen, Indiana State University, 1973-79, 1991-98
Darko Suvin, McGill University, 1973-80
Marc Angenot, McGill University, 1979-81
Charles Elkins, Florida International University, 1979-90
Robert M. Philmus, Concordia University, 1979-91
Rob Latham, Los Angeles, 1997-2016
Brian Attebery, Idaho State University (USA)
Anindita Banerjee, Cornell University (USA)
Andrea Bell, Hamline University (USA)
Mark Bould, University of the West of England (UK)
Andrew M. Butler, Canterbury Christ Church University College (UK)
Gerry Canavan, Marquette University (USA)
John Clute, London (UK)
Grace Dillon, Portland State University (USA)
Carl Freedman, Louisiana State University (USA)
Pawel Frelik, University of Warsaw (Poland)
M. Elizabeth Ginway, University of Florida (USA)
Elana Gomel, Tel-Aviv University (Israel)
Barry Keith Grant, Brock University (Canada)
N. Katherine Hayles, Duke University (USA)
Rachel Haywood Ferreira, Iowa State University (USA)
De Witt Douglas Kilgore, Indiana University (USA)
Paul Kincaid, Folkestone (UK)
Moritz Ingwersen, TU Dresden (Germany)
Isiah Lavender III, University of Georgia (USA)
Roger Luckhurst, University of London (UK)
Patrick A. McCarthy, University of Miami (USA)
Colin Milburn, University of California - Davis (USA)
Graham J. Murphy, Seneca College (Canada)
Patrick Parrinder, University of Reading (UK)
Rebekah Sheldon, Indiana University (USA)
John Rieder, University of Hawaii, Manoa (USA)
Franz Rottensteiner, Vienna (Austria)
Nicholas Ruddick, University of Regina (Canada)
Patrick Sharp, California State University - Los Angeles (USA)
Steven Shaviro, Wayne State University (USA)
Mingwei Song, Wellesley College (USA)
Takayuki Tatsumi, Keio University, Tokyo
Jay P. Telotte Georgia Institute of Technology (USA)
David Wittenberg, University of Iowa (USA)
Gary K. Wolfe, Roosevelt University (USA)
Lisa Yaszek, Georgia Tech University (USA)
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STATEMENT OF PURPOSE AND PROCEDURES. SFS publishes articles and book reviews on science fiction, broadly defined. All opinions
expressed in signed contributions appearing in SFS are those of the author(s);
they are not necessarily those of
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SFS is a refereed and selective journal. All articles
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if the outside reviews are positive, an SFS editor is then assigned to work with the author to
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