Vol 33, No 1 (2002)

January 2002

Table of Contents

Contents

Introduction—Writing Back: Speculative Fiction and the Politics of Postcolonialism, 2001
Journal Editor
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Articles

Close Encounters of the Earliest Kind: A Postcolonial Sighting of Aliens from the Planet Venus and the First Human Colony in Science Fiction (1881)
Dominic Alessio
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The Overlord's Burden: The Source of Sorrow in Childhood's End
Matthew Candelaria
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Representing the World Instead of Reproducing It: M. P. Shiel's The Purple Cloud
Maria Cristina Fumagalli
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Chromodynamics: Science and Colonialism in Kim Stanley Robinson's Mars Trilogy
Elizabeth Leane
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Other Worlds, Other Selves: Science Fiction in Salman Rushdie's The Ground Beneath Her Feet
Judith Leggatt
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"Thinking about the Future": Ireland and the Irish Conflict in Irish Utopian Literature Since the Nineteenth Century
Ralph Pordzik
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"Your Story Reminds Me of Something": Spectacle and Speculation in Aaron Carr's Eye Killers
Rebecca Tillett
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Interviews

"Caught by a... genre": An Interview with Nalo Hopkinson
Nancy Batty
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All the Cravings
Rabindra K. Swain
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The Face of Memory
Rabindra K. Swain
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Homeless (or post-Colonial)
Bev Braune
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from The Real Coulibri
Bev Braune
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Daybreak on 5th Street
Shane Rhodes
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Excerpts from The Book of Saints
Shane Rhodes
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no sleep
Brian Burke
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night beneath a tree
Brian Burke
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Reviews

Sheree R. Thomas, ed. Dark Matter: A Century of Speculative Fiction from the African Diaspora. Nalo Hopkinson, ed. Whispers from the Cotton Tree Root: Caribbean Fabulist Fiction.
Nancy Batty
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Arthur E Kinney, ed. The Cambridge Companion to English Literature, 1500-1600.
Nusya James Thomas Campbell
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Elaine Feinstein, Ted Hughes: The Life of a Poet
Carol Bere
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Victor Watson. The Cambridge Guide to Children's Books in English.
Roderick McGillis
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Other

Notes on Contributors
 
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Front Matter
 
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Back Matter
 
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