Science Fiction and Empire

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Liverpool Science Fiction Texts and Studies

Editor

DAVID SEED

University of Liverpool

Editorial Board

MARK BOULD

University of the West of England

ROB LATHAM

University of Iowa

PATRICK PARRINDER

University of Reading

VERONICA HOLLINGER

Trent University

ROGER LUCKHURST

Birkbeck College, University of London

ANDY SAWYER

University of Liverpool

1. Robert Crossley Olaf Stapledon: Speaking for the Future

2. David Seed (ed.) Anticipations: Essays on Early Science Fiction and its Precursors

3. Jane L. Donawerth and Carol A. Kolmerten (eds) Utopian and Science Fiction by Women:
Worlds of Difference

4. Brian W. Aldiss The Detached Retina: Aspects of SF and Fantasy

5. Carol Farley Kessler Charlotte Perkins Oilman: Her Progress Toward Utopia, with Selected Writings

6. Patrick Farrinder Shadows of the Future: H.G. Wells, Science Fiction and Prophecy

7. I. E Clarke (ed.) The Tale of the Next Great War, 1871–1914: Fictions of Future Warfare and of
Battles Still-to-come

8. Joseph Conrad and Ford Madox Ford The Inheritors

9. Qingyun Wu Female Rule in Chinese and English Literary Utopias

10. John Clute Look at the Evidence: Essays andReviews

11. Roger Luckhurst 'The Angle Between Two Walls': The Fiction of J.G. Ballard

12. I.F Clarke (ed.) The Great War with Germany, 1980–1914: Fiction and Fantasies of the War-to-come

13. Franz Rottensteiner ( ed.) View from Another Shore: European Science Fiction

14. Val Gough and Jill Rudd (eds) A Very Different Story: Studies in the Fiction of
Charlotte Perkins Gilman

15. Gary Westfahl The Mechanics of Wonder: The Creation of the Idea of Science Fiction

16. Gwyneth Jones Deconstructing the Starships: Science, Fiction and Reality

17. Patrick Parrinder (ed.) Learning from Other Worlds: Estrangement, Cognition
and the Politics of Science Fiction and Utopia

18. Jeanne Cortiel Demand My Writing: Joanna Russ/Feminism/Science Fiction

19. Chris Ferns Narrating Utopia: Ideology, Gender, Form in Utopian Literature

20. E. J. Smith (ed.) Jules Verne: New Directions

21. Andy Sawyer and David Seed (eds) Speaking Science Fiction: Dialogues and Interpretations

22. Inez van der Spek Alien Plots: Female Subjectivity and the Divine

23. S. T. Joshi Ramsey Campbell and Modern Horror Fiction

24. Mike Ashley The Time Machines: The Story of the Science-Fiction Pulp Magazines from the
Beginning to 1950

25. Warren G. Rochelle Communities of the Heart: The Rhetoric of Myth in the Fiction of
Ursula K. Le Guin

26. S. T. Joshi A Dreamer and a Visionary: H. P. Lovecraft in his Time

27. Christopher Palmer Philip K. Dick: Exhilaration and Terror of the Postmodern

28. Charles E. Gannon Rumors of War and Infernal Machines: Technomilitary Agenda-Setting in
American and British Speculative Fiction

29. Peter Wright Attending Daedalus: Gene Wolfe, Artifice and the Reader

30. Mike Ashley Transformations: The Story of the Science-Fiction Magazine from 1950–1970

31. Joanna Russ The Country You Have Never Seen: Essays and Reviews

32. Robert Philmus Visions and Revisions: (Re)constructing Science Fiction

33. Gene Wolfe (edited and introduced by Peter Wright) Shadows of the New Sun: Wolfe on
Writing/Writers on Wolfe

34. Mike Ashley Gateways to Forever: The Story of the Science-Fiction Magazine from 1970–1980

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