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    New York Review of Science Fiction #338 Leah Krippner et al.

    Special Ender and the Beast Issue: Leah Krippner: Ender’s Evolving Editions; Brian Stableford: The First (French) Fantasy Novel?; Terry Thompson: H.G. Wells’s debt to Jonathan Swift; Barbara Bengels:… More

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    New York Review of Science Fiction #332 Lisa Padol et al.

    Special Lens Flare Issue: Lisa Padol: Morality through the overlapping lenses of furry animals, myth, and role-playing games; Gina Abercrombie-Winstanley & Anne-Marie Callus: Disability through the lens… More

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    New York Review of Science Fiction #339 Mark Scroggins et al.

    Special War at Literature’s Borders Issue: Mark Scroggins: Jerry Cornelius, Protean Messiah; Joe Milica: Literature’s Stealth Invasion of SF; Darrell Schweitzer Interviews Albert E. Cowdrey; Mike… More

  • New York Review of Science Fiction #342
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    New York Review of Science Fiction #342

    Special Sacred Dragons Issue: David Swanger: The Landscape of Fantasy; Takayuki Tatsumi: The Genius of Yoshio Aramkai; Joe Sanders: Rediscovering Michael Bishop; Bernadette L. Bosky: Rereading Rose Madder; Brian… More

  • New York Review of Science Fiction #336
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    New York Review of Science Fiction #336 Robert Eldridge et al.

    Special Distant Paradises Issue: Robert Eldridge on early sf edens; Jeremy Adam Smith on sf by the Bay; Brian Stableford on Dumas’s forgotten fantasy; Mike Barrett on Richard Searight; Victor Grech: Doctor … More

  • New York Review of Science Fiction #344
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    New York Review of Science Fiction #344 Henry Wessells et al.

    Special Universes of SF Issue: Sandra Lindow: Nnedi Okorafor’s Worlds of SF; Henry Wessells: SF as a World Entire; Brian Stableford: Antediluvian Worlds of French SF; David Drake: Soldiers and Their Governments; … More

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    New York Review of Science Fiction #331 Saul-Paul Sirag et al.

    Special From Outside the Genre Issue: Saul-Paul Sirag: Who Was Kirk Allen? A New Theory; Michael Andre-Driussi: Spike Jonez v. Sofia Coppola; David V. Griffin: David Bowie, SF’s Rock Superstar; Mike Barrett:… More

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    New York Review of Science Fiction #335 Mattie Brahen et al.

    Special Recursive Fantasy Issue: Mattie Brahen listens to the Orphan’s Tales; Brian Stableford follows faeries in France; M. Thomas Gammarino: SF arms us with understanding; Mike Barrett: Forgotten, prolific… More

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    New York Review of Science Fiction #326 Audrey Taylor et al.

    Special Time and Women Issue: Steve Carper: The Women of the Early SF Canon, Audrey Taylor: Patricia McKillip’s Healing via Time, Robert Eldridge: A Lost Translation of Potoki, Brian Stableford: Speculuative… More

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    New York Review of Science Fiction #327 Kaja Foglio et al.

    Special Advance Planning Issue: Patricia Monk: Readying Readers for the Future; Michael Swanwick and Phil & Kaja Foglio: Plots and Planning; Brian Stableford: The Earliest Lessons in How to Write Science Fiction;… More

  • New York Review of Science Fiction #334
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    New York Review of Science Fiction #334 Gina Abercrombie-Winstanley et al.

    Special For a Better Future Issue: A Diplomat’s View of Diplomacy in Star Trek; Brian Stableford: The Role of Technology in French Utopian Fiction; Russell Blackford on Ian McDonald’s Luna: New Moon; … More

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    New York Review of Science Fiction #328 Patrick McGuire et al.

    Special Fantascience Issue: Patrick McGuire: On the SF Career of E.T. Bell, aka John Taine; Brian Stableford: On the Forgotten Works of Nicolas-Edme Restif de la Bretonne; John Clute on Hartwell & Nielsen Hayden’s… More

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    Strange Matings Rebecca Holden (editor) et al.

    Strange Matings seeks to continue Butler’s uncomfortable insights about humanity, and also to instigate new conversations about Butler and her work — conversations that encourage academic voices to “talk” to … More

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    New York Review of Science Fiction 6-issue Subscription Kevin J. Maroney et al.

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    New York Review of Science Fiction #354 K.D. Tembo et al.

    Special Once Again among the Living Issue: K.D. Tembo on Identity and Humanity in Black Mirror; Brian Stableford on Incredible Adventures in Faster-than-Light fin de siècle France; Terry Thompson on an Elusive Narrator… More

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    New York Review of Science Fiction #352 Kevin J. Maroney et al.

    Special What Is Time, Anyway? Issue: Ian Campbell: A Landmark of Modern Arabic SF; Joan Gordon: Gene Wolf’s Memorial Story; David Langford: Mapping John Sladek, Again; Brian Stableford: The SF of Paul Gsell;… More