Studies in the Fantastic [#8]

Contents for this issue include: “Visualizing Edgar Allan Poe for a New Century: The Early Twentieth-Century Illustrators” by Tony Magistrale, “Holly Black’s The Darkest Part of the Forest: Coming of Age in Dialogue with Fairy Tales” by Anelise Farris“’People Change as Much as Oceans’: Posthumanism in Neil Gaiman’s The Ocean at the End of the Lane” by Jen Harrison, “Urban Fantasy, Interconnectedness, and Ecological Disaster: Reading Anne Bishop’s The Others Series” by Peter Melville. Reviews: “The Dark Fantastic: Race and the Imagination from Harry Potter to the Hunger Games” by Cameron Kunzelman, “George A. Romero Archival Collection, University of Pittsburgh” by Sonia Lupher, and “Sometimes Dead is Better: A Review of Pet Sematary” by Lauren Milici.

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