Bibliography: Other Contributions

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  • ‘The Many Doctors Symposium: Richard E. Grant.’ Science Fiction Film and Television 7.2 (Summer 2014).
  • Death and the Author: A Brief Commemoration of Terry Pratchett’, Los Angeles Review of Books (14 March 2015): http://blog.lareviewofbooks.org/essays/death-author-brief-commemoration-terry-pratchett/.
  • ‘John Martin: Apocalypse at Tate Britain’, Vector 269 (Spring 2012): 28-32.
  • ‘Symposium on slipstream’, Science Fiction Studies 38.1, (March 2011): 11-19.
  • ‘No Easy Choices: Some Thoughts of an Adult Reading Children’s and Young Adult Science Fiction and Fantasy’, Vector 263 (Summer 2010): 5-10.
  •  ‘Thanks for the Memories: The Films of Philip K. Dick’, Vector 244 (Nov/Dec 2005).
  • ‘The View from Retirement’, Vector 244 (Nov/Dec 2005): 3-4.
  • ‘The View from the Armadillo’, Vector 243 (Sep/Oct 2005): 3.
  • ‘Robert Sheckley’s Comic Labyrinths’, Vector 242 (Jul/Aug 2005): 13-16.
  • ‘The View from the Stool and Steps’, Vector 242 (Jul/Aug 2005): 3.
  • ‘The View from Behind the Sofa’, Vector 241 (May/Jun 2005): 3.
  • ‘The View from Alderney – Kenneth Vye Bailey (1914-2005)’, Vector 240 (Mar/Apr 2005): 3.
  • ‘Reading “Red”: Portrait of a Fairy Tale’, Vector 239 (Jan/Feb 2005): 12-17.
  • ‘The View from the Erasmus Building’, Vector 239 (Jan/Feb 2005): 3.
  • ‘The View from the View from the View from the View’, Vector 238 (Nov/Dec 2004): 3.
  • ‘The View from the Blue Moon’, Vector 237 (Sep/Oct 2004).
  • ‘Bending the World: An Interview With Karen Traviss’, Vector 237 (Sep/Oct 2004).
  • ‘Lines and Circles: A Look at Pamela Zoline’s “The Heat Death of the Universe”‘, Vector 237 (Sep/Oct 2004).
  • ‘The View from the Pioneer’, Vector 236 (Jul/Aug 2004): 3.
  • ‘The View from the Back Issues’, Vector 235 (May/Jun 2004): 3.
  • ‘Stark Fantasies?: The Novels of Philip Pullman’, Eastercon Souvenir book.
  • ‘The View from the Serendip Foundation’, Vector 234 (Mar/Apr 2004): 3.
  • ‘The Other New Waves… By Way of an Introduction’, Vector 233 (Jan/Feb 2004): .
  • ‘The Quality of the Afterlife: An Interview with Jeff Noon’, Vector 233 (Jan/Feb 2004): .
  • ‘The View from Wincheap’, Vector 233 (Jan/Feb 2004): 3.
  • ‘British National Identity and the Phenomenon of Doctor Who’, Vector 232 (Nov/Dec 2003).
  • ‘The View from the Skydome’, Vector, 232, Nov/Dec 2003: 3.
  • ‘The View from the Golden Age’, Vector, 231, (Sep/Oct 2003): 3.
  • ‘A Peaceful Species on a Small, Undistinguished Planet’, Vector 231 (Sep/Oct 2003).
  • ‘The View from the ICA’, Vector 230 (Jul/Aug 2003): 3-4.
  • ‘The View from the Empty Bottle’, Vector, 229, May/Jun 2003): 3.
  • ‘2002: The Non-Fiction’, Vector 228 (Mar/Apr 2003): 18-20.
  • ‘Television of 2002’, Vector 228 (Mar/Apr 2003): 17-18.
  • ‘The View from the Children’s Lit Section’, Vector 227 (Jan/Feb 2003): 3.
  • ‘A Story About Stories: Terry Pratchett’s The Amazing Maurice and His Educated Rodents’, Vector 227 (Jan/Feb 2003): 10-11.
  • ‘Beyond the Scientific Romances: Five Novels by H. G. Wells’, Vector 227 (Jan/Feb 2003): 17-19.
  • ‘The View from Plomer Hill’, Vector 226 (Nov/Dec 2002): 3.
  • ‘The View from New Lanark’, Vector 225 (Sep/Oct 2002): 3-4.
  • ‘Worlds Apart, Out of Mind: The Psi Fictions of Richard Cowper’, Vector 225 (Sep/Oct 2002): 9-12.
  • ‘The View from the IMAX’, Vector 224 (Jul/Aug 2002): 3.
  • ‘The View from the Fort Lauderdale Airport Hilton’, Vector 223 (May/Jun 2002): 3-4.
  • ‘The View from the Creative Writing Class’, Vector 222 (Mar/Apr 2002): 3.
  • ‘The View from a Darkening Isle’, Vector 221 (Jan/Feb 2002): 3.
  • ‘A Dream Come True: An Interview with Michael Cobley’, Vector 221 (Jan/Feb 2002): 4-6.
  • ‘The World According to Philip K. Dick’, Fortean Times 161 (2002): 42-46.
  • ‘Billable Time: An Interview with Pat Cadigan’, Vector 225 (Sep/Oct 2002): 4-8.
  • ‘Beyond Consolation: An Interview with China Miéville’, Vector 223 (May/Jun 2002): 4-7.
  • ‘The View from the Hugos’, Vector 220 (Nov/Dec 2001): 3.
  • ‘The View from the Foresight Centre’, Vector 219 (Sep/Oct 2001): 3.
  • ‘The View from the Science Museum’, Vector 218 (Jul/Aug 2001): 3.
  • ‘The View from the Back Garden’, Vector 217 (May/Jun 2001): 3.
  • ‘Death and The Mummy’, Vector 217 (May/Jun 2001): 14-15.
  • ‘The View from the Year End’, Vector 216 (Mar/Apr 2001): 3.
  • ‘The View from the Millennium’s End’, Vector 215 (Jan/Feb 2001): 3.
  • ‘Daemons and Fetters: A Provisional Reading of Philip Pullman’s Northern Lights’, Vector 214 (Nov/Dec 2000): 4-6.
  • ‘On Sladek, Lathem and the Post-Human’, Foundation 80 (Autumn 2000): 109-110.
  • ‘Abjection and The Thing’, Vector 213 (Sep/Oct 2000): 10-13.
  • ‘The View from the Revolution’, Vector 213 (Sep/Oct 2000): 3.
  • ‘The View from the Science Museum’, Vector 212 (Jul/Aug 2000): 3.
  • ‘The Best of British IV: The 1980s and 1990s’, Vector 212 (Jul/Aug 2000): 11-14.
  • ‘The Viddy from the Horrorshow’, Vector 211 (May/Jun 2000): 3.
  • ‘The Best of British III: The 1970s’, Vector 211 (May/Jun 2000): 7-10.
  • ‘A Select Kim Newman Bibliography’, Vector 210 (Mar/Apr 2000): 17-18.
  • ‘The Best of British II: The 1960s’, Vector 210 (Mar/Apr 2000): 20-23.
  • ‘The View from the Thirteenth’, Vector 208 (Jan/Feb 2000): 3.
  • ‘The Best of British I: The 1950s’, Vector 209 (Jan/Feb 2000): 4-7.
  • ‘Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of the Post-Human: An Interview with Ken MacLeod’, Vector 208 (Nov/Dec 1999): 4-8.
  • ‘Slicing the Hamburger: Some Thoughts on Writing Non-Fiction, Part 3’, Focus: The Writers’ Magazine of the British Science Fiction Association 36 (Nov/Dec 1999): 13-15.
  • ‘The View from the Fleapit’, Vector 207 (Sep/Oct 1999): 3.
  • ‘The Music of the Spheres, Part 5: Standin’ at the Crossroads: SF and Robert Johnson’s Blues’, Vector 207 (Sep/Oct 1999): 14-16.
  • ‘Tomorrow’s History, Yesterday’s Future: Philip K Dick’s Versions of the 1950s’, Online http://www.mich.com/~ubik/tomorrow.htm (1999).
  • ‘Some Cautionary Words On Doing A Research Degree’, Graduate Educational Forum 1.2 (1999).
  • Star Wars: Science Fiction or Fantasy?’ BBC Education Website http://www.bbc.co.uk/education/bookcase/sf/starwars.shtml (1999).
  • ‘A Christopher Priest Bibliography’, Vector 206 (Jul/Aug 1999): 16.
  • ‘A Keith Brooke Bibliography’, Vector 205 (May/Jun 1999): 11.
  • ‘The View from the Front Row’, Vector 205 (May/Jun 1999): 3.
  • ‘Slicing the Hamburger: Some Thoughts on Writing Non-Fiction, Part Two’, Focus: The Writers’ Magazine of the British Science Fiction Association 35 (May/Jun 1999): 4-6.
  • ‘The View from the Clapham Omnibus’, Vector 203 (Jan/Feb 1999): 3.
  • ‘Slicing the Hamburger: Some Thoughts on Writing Non-Fiction’, Focus: The Writers’ Magazine of the British Science Fiction Association 34 (Nov/Dec 1998): 13-14.
  • ‘Science Fiction: A Guide and Resource for Beginners’, BBC Online (1998): http://www.bbc.co.uk/education/bookcase/science.shmtl.
  • ‘The BSFA Award Winners: 1979, Philip K. Dick, A Scanner Darkly (1977)’, Vector 202 (Nov/Dec 1998): 23-24.
  • ‘The View from Hangar 23’, Vector 201 (Sep/Oct 1998): 3.
  • ‘The Best of British’, Vector 201 (Sep/Oct 1998): 18-19.
  • Gattaca: A Scientific (Queer) Romance’, Vector 201 (Sep/Oct 1998): 13-15.
  • ‘An A to Z of British Science Fiction, 1958-1998’, Vector 200 (Jul/Aug 1998): 4-5.
  • ‘First Contact: An Interview with Mary Doria Russell’, Vector 200 (Jul/Aug 1998): 11-14.
  • ‘Watered-Down Worlds’, Vector 200 (Jul/Aug 1998): 26-28.
  • ‘The View from the 757’, Vector 199 (May/Jun 1998): 3.
  • ‘I’m not I: Putty Race: Greg Egan’s Permutation City’, Vector 198 (Mar/Apr 1998): 10-13.
  • ‘The View from the Chamberpot’, Vector 197 (Jan/Feb 1998): 3.
  • ‘The View from the Brook’, Vector 195 (Sep/Oct 1997): 3.
  • ‘The View from Mount Pleasant’, Vector 193 (May/Jun 1997): 3.
  • ‘Tomorrow Had Already Happened: An Interview with Jack Womack’, Vector 193 (May/Jun 1997): 5-8.
  • ‘The BSFA Award Winners: Robert Holdstock, Mythago Wood’, Vector 192 (Mar/Apr 1997).
  • ‘The View from Below Stairs’, Vector 191 (Jan/Feb 1997): 2.
  • ‘How to Get a PhD II: Keeping Going’, ManuScript 1:3 online (1997).
  • ‘Casting the Net’, Matrix 123 (Jan/Feb 1997).
  • ‘How to Get a PhD I: Getting Started’, ManuScript 1: 2 (1996): 78-80.
  • ‘Heading Towards Utopia: Kim Stanley Robinson’s Mars Trilogy’, Vector 189 (Sep/Oct 1996): 7-8.
  • ‘Editorial’, Vector 187 (Feb/Mar 1996): 2.
  • ‘The BSFA Award Winners: 2, Pyramids by Terry Pratchett’, Vector 186 (Dec 1995): 4.
  • ‘Delany: A Selected and Annotated Bibliography’, Vector 186 (Dec 1995): 14.
  • ‘Editorial’, Vector 185 (Sep/Oct 1995): 2.
  • ‘You Know, You Might As Well Give Up Now’, Focus: The Writers’ Magazine of the British Science Fiction Association 27 (Dec/Jan 1994/1995): 7.
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