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"Eyes/Open" (review of Jean-Christophe Bailly, The Animal Side). Humanimalia 6.1 (Fall 2014)


"The Science-Fictionalization of Linguistic Invention" (review of Michael Adams, From Elvish to Klingon: Exploring Invented Languages A Dictionary of Made-Up Languages and Stephen D. Rogers, From Adûnaic to Elvish, Zaum to Klingon—The Anwa (Real) Origins of Invented Lexicons). Science Fiction Studies #121 (November 2013).


"Tante Margaret Just Wants to Have Fun" (review of Margaret Atwood, In Other Worlds: Science Fiction and the Human Imagination). Science Fiction Studies #121 (July 2013)


“Of Enigmas and Xeno-Encyclopedias.” (review of Richard Saint-Gelais, L’Empire du pseudo. Modernités de la science-fiction and Irène Langlet, La science-fiction. Lecture et poétique d’un genre littéraire). Science Fiction Studies #117 (November 2012).


"Fantastic Mimesis: A Diamond in the Rough, Not the Philosopher's Stone” (review of Seo-Young Chu, Do Metaphors Dream of Literal Sleep? A Science-Fictional Theory of Representation). Contemporary Literature 53.2 (Summer 2012).


“Sound is the New Light: Whittington’s Sound Design and Science Fiction.” Science Fiction Studies #115 (November 2011).


"After Species Meet" (review of Donna Haraway, When Species Meet). Humanimalia 1.2 (Spring 2010).


"DEFA's Floating Islands" (review of The DEFA Sci-Fi Collection). Science Fiction Film and Television 3.1 (2010).


"Interplanetary Soundclash" (a review of Philip Hayward, ed. Off the Planet. Music, Sound and Science Fiction Cinema).Science Fiction Studies #96 (July 2005).


"Escaping Star Trek" (review article on Alan Shapiro's Star Trek: Technologies of Disappearance). Science Fiction Studies 97 (March 2004).


"Who Framed Science Fiction?" (review article on Peter Stockwell's The Poetics of Science Fiction) Science Fiction Studies #92 (March 2004)


"Lucid Dreams, or Flightless Birds on Rooftops," (review article on special issue of Historical Materialism devoted to fantasy, edited by China Miéville) Science Fiction Studies #90 (July 2003).


"Discretion and Common Sense" (review of Gwyneth Jones's Deconstructing the Starships). Science Fiction Studies 83 (March 2001).


"Pre2K, Post2K" (review article on Margaret Morse’s Virtualities, Arthur and Marilouise Kroker’s Digital Delirium, and Dixon and Cassidy’s Virtual Futures), Science Fiction Studies 82 (November 2000)


"The Global Province" (review article on James Gunn’s The Road to Science Fiction, Volume 6: International SF and Franz Rottensteiner, ed. The View from Another Shore: European Science Fiction) Science Fiction Studies 79 (November 1999).


"Till We Have Interfaces" (review article on N. Katherine Hayles, How We became Posthuman. Virtual Bodies in Cybernetics, Literature and, and Informatics) Science Fiction Studies 78 (July 1999)


"The Cyborg and the Kitchen Sink; or, The Salvation Story of No Salvation Story," (review article on Donna Haraway, Modest_ Witness@Second_ Millenium. FemaleMan©_Meets_OncoMouse™. Feminism and Technoscience) Science Fiction Studies 76 (November 1998)


"The Mundanization of the Non-Normal" (review of Nancy Traill's Possible Worlds of the Fantastic: The Rise of the Paranormal in Literature). Science Fiction Studies 76 (November 1998)


"The Curmodgeon of Krakow" (review of Peter Swirski's The Stanislaw Lem Reader). Science Fiction Studies 76 (November 1998)


"The Wife's Story" (review article on Anne Dick's Search for Philip K. Dick, 1928-1982) Science Fiction Studies 72 (July 1997)


"The Critic" (review essay on John Clute's Look at the Evidence. Essays and Reviews). Science Fiction Studies 71 (March 1997).


"More Cool Memories" (review of Jean Baudrillard's Cool Memories II), Science Fiction Studies 71 (March 1997).


"Gregg Rickman and Others on Philip K. Dick" (review article on Samuel J. Umland's Philip K. Dick: Contemporary Critical Interpretations). Science Fiction Studies 67 (November 1995).


"An Elaborate Suggestion" (review article on Brian McHale's Constructing Postmodernism). Science Fiction Studies 61 (November 1993)


"Postmodern Technoculture, or The Gordian Knot Revisited" (reviews of Larry McCaffery's Across the Wounded Galaxies: Interviews with Contemporary American Science Fiction Writers, Andrew Ross' Strange Weather. Culture, Science and Technology in the Age of Limits, and Constance Penley and Andrew Ross, eds. Technoculture). Science Fiction Studies 58 (November 1992)


"Postmodernism by Three: Jameson, Hayles, and Gane" (reviews of Fredric Jameson's Postmodernism: The Cultural Logic of Late Capitalism, N. Katherine Hayles's Chaos Bound: Orderly Disorder in Contemporary Literature and Science, and Mike Gane's Baudrillard: Critical and Fatal Theory). Science Fiction Studies 55 (November 1991)


"How Not to Write A Book About Lem" (review article on Richard Ziegfeld's Stanislaw Lem), Science Fiction Studies 40 (November 1986).

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