Storm Warnings: Science Fiction Confronts the Future

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Biographical Notes
PAUL ALKON is Leo S. Bing Professor of English at the University of South­ern California. He has just completed a book on fiction of the future.
KENNETH V. BAILEY has been Senior Lecturer in History at Daneshill College and Chief Education Officer to the BBC. He is presently a freelance writer.
GREGORY BENFORD is Professor of Physics at the University of California, Irvine, and a Nebula Award-winning writer. His most recent novel is Artifact.
COLIN GREENLAND is a novelist, literary journalist, and critic. His reviews appear regularly in the Times Literary Supplement and Foundation.
HOWARD V. HENDRIX is a graduate student in English literature at the University of California, Riverside. He was a 1985 winner of the Writers of the Future Award.
MARIE-HÉLÈNE HUET is Professor of French at Amherst College. She has written books on Jules Verne and the staging of Marat's death.
JOHN HUNTINGTON is Professor of English at the University of Illinois at Chicago. He is the author of The Logic of Fantasy: H. G. Wells and Science Fiction.
GARY KERN has published on Soviet literature and Solzhenitsyn and is the translator of Khlebnikov and Lev Kopelev. He has recently co-edited a book on the Strugatskys with George Slusser.
BRADFORD LYAU is a graduate student in intellectual history at the University of Chicago, with a dissertation on French science fiction. He was on the editorial staff of the Encyclopedia Brittanica.
ELIZABETH MASLEN is Lecturer of English at Westfield College, University of London. She has written on South African dissident writing, Slavonic literature, and the visual arts.
FRANK MCCONNELL is Professor of English at the University of California, Santa Barbara. He is the author of Storytelling and Mythmaking and writes mystery fiction.

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