Studies in the Fantastic [#9]

Studies in the Fantastic is a journal devoted to the Speculative, Fantastic, and Weird in literature and other arts.

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 • “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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