Studies in the Fantastic [#9]

Contents in this issue: “Guest Editor’s Introduction: Weird Temporalities” by Jordan S. Carroll and Alison Sperling, “Xenological Temporalities in the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence, Lovecraft, and Transgender Experiences” by Adriana Knouf, “What is the Future? Weirdness and Black Time in Sorry to Bother You” by Stefanie K. Dunning, “It Might Have Been a Million Years Later: Abyssal Time in William Hope Hodgson’s Weird Fiction” by Timothy S. Murphy, “The Weird Time of Fossils: Irrational Ontologies” by Bethany Doane, “Slow Burn: Dreadful Kinship and the Weirdness of Heteronormativity in It Follows” by Tyler Bradway, and “A Museum, like a Tomb, is a Whole Theatre of Weird Temporality: an interview with Sofia Samatar” by Andy Hageman and Sofia Samatar. Reviews: “The Promise of Prose: Richard Stanley’s The Color Out of Space and Film Absorption” by Donald L. Anderson, “Saving the Future by Tidal Pool Rules: A Review of Jeff VanderMeer’s Dead Astronauts” by Katherine Buse, “A review of Jonathan Newell’s A Century of Weird Fiction, 1832–1937” by W. Andrew Shephard, “Archaeologies of the Future: A review of Emilija Škarnulytė’s t1/2” by KT Thompson.

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