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Studies in the Fantastic [#11]
Studies in the Fantastic is a journal devoted to the Speculative, Fantastic, and Weird in literature and other arts.
Contents in this issue: “Pigs All the Way Down: Capitalist Realism and Neo-reaction in Thomas Ligotti’s My Work Is Not Yet Done” by Jonathan Newell • “Antiquarianism Underground: The Twentieth-century Alliterative Revival in American Genre Poetry” by Dennis Wilson Wise • “Speaking Horrors: Fantasy, Gender, and Race in Henry James’s The Turn of the Screw and Toni Morrison’s Song of Solomon” by Susan Savage Lee • “The Great Unmasking: Adaptation and the Problem of Identity in V for Vendetta” by Kwasu Tembo • Interviews with Justina Ireland by Christina Connor and Sarah Juliet Lauro by Asijit • Review by Jenna Jorgensen