Bibliography: Refereed Articles

Uptodate, I think…

  • ‘Disfigured Myth: The Destruction of London in Postmillennial SF Film’, Foundation, 122 (2015): 122-32.
  • The Tain and the Tain: China Miéville’s Gift of Uncanny London’, CR: The New Centennial Review, 13.2 (Fall 2013): 133-153.
  • ‘LSD, Lying Ink and Lies, Inc.Science Fiction Studies 32.2 (Jul 2005): 265-280.
  • ‘Discontinuity and D. G. Compton’s The Continuous Katherine Mortenhoe.’ Foundation: The International Review of Science Fiction 93 (Spring 2005): 67-75.
  • ‘Between the “Deaths” of Science Fiction: A Skeptical View of the Possibility for Anti-Genres.’ Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts 15.3 (2004): 208-216.
  • ‘Going Uphill: An Interview with Gwyneth Jones.’ FemSpec 5: 1 (2004): 216-33.
  • ‘“We has found the enemy and they is us”: Virtual War and Empathy in Four Children’s Science Fiction Novels.’ The Lion and the Unicorn (Apr 2004): 171-185.
  • ‘Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Boom: The British Sf Boom.’ Science Fiction Studies, 30.3 (Nov 2003): 374-393.
  • ‘Non-Linear Narrative(s) in Philip Pullman’s Penny Dreadfuls.’ Foundation 88 (Summer 2003): 75-87.
  • ‘Proto-Sf/Proto-Queer: The Strange Cases of Dr Frankenstein and Mr Hyde.’ Foundation 86 (Autumn 2002): 7-16.
  • ‘Work and Masculine Identity in Kevin Smith’s New Jersey Trilogy.’ M/C: A Journal of Media and Culture. 5.4 (2001). Online: http://www.media-culture.org.au/0111/Butler.html
  • ‘Certain Thems: John Sladek’s Critical Robots.’ Foundation 79 (Summer 2000): 6-14.
  • Posthuman Forum, Foundation 78 (2000).
  • ‘Towards a language for Science Fiction Studies: Narratives’ M/C: A Journal of Media and Culture. 2.9 (2000). Online: http://www.media-culture.org.au/0001/sf.html.
  • ‘Strange Case of Mr Banks: Doubles and The Wasp Factory.’ Foundation 76 (Summer 1999): 17-27
  • ‘Modelling sf: Fred Pfeil’s Embarrassment.’ Foundation 72 (Spring 1998): 81-88
  • ‘Water, Entropy and the Million Year Dream: Philip K Dick’s Martian Time-Slip.’ Foundation 68 (Autumn 1996): 56-62
  • ‘Terry Pratchett and the Comedic Bildungsroman.’ Foundation 67 (Summer 1996): 56-62.
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