Bibliography: Reviews

Needs updating and page numbers

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  • ‘Finding the Plot: On Simon Ings and the British Boom’ [Review of Painkillers], Los Angeles Review of Books (2 August 2014): http://lareviewofbooks.org/essay/finding-plot-simon-ings-british-boom.
  • Amy Kathleen Ryan, Glow, Foundation 114 (Spring 2012): 42-43.
  • ‘Evaporated theory: Gary K. Wolfe, Evaporating genres: essays on fantastic literature’, Science Fiction Studies 39.1 (Mar 2012): 155-158.
  • Alison Waller, Constructing Adolescence in Fantastic Realism, Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts 22.2 (2011): 233-236.
  • Miranda Miller, Nina in Utopia and Nicholas Tromans, Richard Dadd; the artist and the asylum, Foundation 113 (Autumn 2011): 93-96.
  • Christine Cornea, Science fiction cinema: between fantasy and reality, Science Fiction Film and Television 3.2 (Autumn 2010): 309-311.
  • ‘Legit Dick: Philip K. Dick, Four Novels of the 1960s: The Man in the High Castle / The Three Stigmata of Palmer Eldritch / Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? / Ubik, Jason Vest, Future Imperfect: Philip K. Dick in the Movies, Blade Runner (Five-Disc Ultimate Collector’s Edition), Will Brooker, ed. The Blade Runner Experience: The Legacy of a Science Fiction Classic, Brian J. Robb, Counterfeit Worlds: Philip K. Dick on Film’, Science Fiction Studies 35.3 (Nov 2008).
  • Will Brooker, ed. The Blade Runner Experience: The Legacy of a Science Fiction Classic. Science Fiction Film and Television 1.1 (Dec 2008).
  • ‘Tune In, Jack In, Drop Out: Kappell/Doty’s Jacking into the Matrix Franchise and Booker’s Science Fiction Television’, Science Fiction Studies 32.2 (Jul 2005): 333-339.
  • Philip Pullman, Lyra’s Oxford and Nicholas Tucker, Darkness Visible: Inside the World of Philip Pullman, Vector 237 (Sep/Oct 2004).
  • Charles Butler, The Fetch of Mardy Watt, Vector 237 (Sep/Oct 2004).
  • Bram Stoker, Sheridan Le Fanu and John Polidori, Three Vampire Tales, Mary Shelley and H.G. Wells, Making Humans, Robert Louis Stevenson, Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde. Science Fiction Studies 31.2 (Jul 2004): 319-324.
  • ‘Lone Star Films’ [Reviews of Holes and The Texas Chainsaw Massacre]. Matrix (Jan/Feb 2004).
  • John Sladek, Wholly Smokes. Vector 233 (Jan/Feb 2004).
  • Adam Roberts, Polystom, Vector 232 (Nov/Dec 2003).
  • Ray Bradbury, One More for the Road, Vector 232 (Nov/Dec 2003).
  • Rob Latham, Consuming Youth: Vampires, Cyborgs, and the Culture of Consumption, Historical Materialism 10.4 (2002).
  • Looking into the Future [Review of Minority Report]. Matrix 161 (Jul/Aug 2002).
  • Sitting in the Dark: A Flying Saucer flew over the cuckoo’s nest [Review of K-Pax]. Matrix 160 (May/Jun 2002).
  • Gogglebox: Back on the Farm [Review of Smallville]. Matrix 160 (May/Jun 2002).
  • Margaret Wander Bonanno, Preternatural Too: Gyre, Vector 221 (Jan/Feb 2002): 20.
  • ‘The Return of the Drug-Addled Duo [Review of Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back]’, Matrix 157 (Nov/Dec 2001).
  • Terry Pratchett, Thief of Time, Vector 218 (Jul/Aug 2001): 30.
  • ‘A Sweet Tooth [Review of Chocolat and Shadow of the Vampire]’, Matrix 154 (May/Jun 2001).
  • Philip K. Dick, Dr Bloodmoney, Minority Report, and We Can Remember It For You Wholesale, Vector 214 (Nov/Dec 2000): 22.
  • Paul Kincaid, A Very British Genre: A Short History of British Fantasy and Science Fiction, Foundation 67 (Summer 1996): 124-7.
  • The Green Mile, Matrix 148 (May/Jun 2000).
  • Annette Kuhn ed., Alien Zone II: The Space of Science Fiction Cinema and Kim Newman, Apocalypse Movies: End of the World Cinema, Science Fiction Studies 27.3 (Nov 2000): 507-512.
  • China Miéville, Perdido Street Station, Vector 213 (Sep/Oct 2000): 27.
  • Jack Dann and Janeen Webb, eds., Dreaming Down-Under, Foundation 78 (Spring 2000): 107-110.
  • Dogma, Vector 210 (Mar/Apr 2000): 5-6.
  • Being John Malkovich, Matrix 142 (Mar/Apr 2000).
  • The Blair Witch Project, Matrix: The Newsletter of the British Science Fiction Association 141 (Jan/Feb 2000): 8.
  • Pat Cadigan, Tea From an Empty Cup, Foundation 76 (Summer 1999): 110-111.
  • Colin Greenland, Mother of Plenty, Foundation 76 (Summer 1999): 114-116.
  • Jack McDevitt, Eternity Road, Foundation 74 (Autumn 1998): 119-120.
  • Stephen Baxter, Traces, Vector201 (Sep/Oct 1998): 22-23.
  • The Butcher Boy, Matrix: The Newsletter of the British Science Fiction Association 131 (May/Jun 1998): 20.
  • Terry Pratchett, Jingo, Vector 198 (Mar/Apr 1998): 27-28.
  • Starship Troopers, Matrix: The Newsletter of the British Science Fiction Association 130 (Mar/Apr 1998): 14.
  • Scott Bukatman, Blade Runner, Vector 198 (Mar/Apr 1998): 21-22.
  • Iain Sinclair and Dave McKean, Slow Chocolate Autopsy, Vector 197 (Jan/Feb 1998): 30.
  • William Barton and Michael Capobianco, Alpha Centauri, Vector 196 (Nov/Dec 1997): 19.
  • George Michael Greider, Forever Man, Foundation 71 (Autumn 1997): 107-108.
  • Tricia Sullivan, Someone to Watch Over Me and Eric S. Nyland, A Game of Universe, Vector 195 (Sep/Oct 1997): 29.
  • Philip K Dick, The Shifting Realities of Philip K. Dick: Selected Literary and Philosophical Writings, ed. Lawrence Sutin, Science Fiction Studies 24.1 (Mar 1997): 172-176.
  • Phil Janes, I, Arnold, Vector 192 (Mar/Apr 1997): 27.
  • Todd Wiggins, Zeitgeist: A Novel, Vector 191 (Jan/Feb 1997): 22.
  • Diana Wynne Jones, A Sudden Wild Magic, Vector 191 (Jan/Feb 1997): 16-17.
  • Arthur C. Clarke and Gentry Lee, Rama Revealed, Vector 191 (Jan/Feb 1997): 24-25.
  • Bruce Bethke, Headcrash, Foundation 69 (Spring 1997): 104-106.
  • Steven Bury, Interface, Vector 189 (Sep/Oct 1996): 15-6.
  • Fay Weldon, ‘Special Introduction,’ The Three Stigmata of Palmer Eldritch, Vector 189 (Sep/Oct 1996): 2.
  • Martin Booth, Adrift in the Oceans of Mercy, Vector 188 (Jul/Aug 1996): 4.
  • Cold Lazarus, Matrix: The Newsletter of the British Science Fiction Association 120 (Jul/Aug 1996): 14.
  • Robin Scott Wilson, Paragons: Twelve Master Science Fiction Writers Ply Their Craft, Science Fiction Studies 23.3 (Mar 1996): 531-533.
  • Damien Broderick, Reading by Starlight: Postmodern Science Fiction, Foundation 66 (Spring 1996): 112-114.
  1. W. Jeter, Blade Runner 2: The Edge of Human, Vector 186 (Dec 1995): 23-24.
  • David Seed, ed., Anticipations: Essays on Early and Percursors to Science Fiction, Vector 186 (Dec 1995): 30.
  • Samuel Umland, ed., Philip K. Dick: Contemporary Critical Interpretations, Vector 95 (Sep/Oct 1995): .
  • Robert Crossley, Olaf Stapledon, Vector 183 (Jul/Aug 1995): .
  • D.G. Compton, Justice City, Vector 182 (Apr/May 1995): .
  • Robert Reginald, Science Fiction and Fantasy Literature: A Bibliography of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Books and Nonfiction Monographs, Foundation 63 (Spring 1995): .
  • Harvey Jacobs, Beautiful Soup, Foundation 60 (Spring 1994): 123-125.
  • Paul Park, Coelestis, Foundation 59 (Autumn 1993): 116-118.
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