The Museum of Science Fiction, currently proposed for construction in Washington, D.C., has started publishing the Journal of Science Fiction. Instead of publishing science fiction stories, this journal focuses on scholarly works analyzing science fiction works and the role of science fiction in society. The following is the table of contents for the first issue, […]Read more "New Journal of Science Fiction"
During our discussion of Uprooted at our last meeting, we touched on the topic of native folklore and fairytales as building blocks for fantasy literature. As promised, I’m including a link to The Atlantic’s recent article on Why The British Tell Better Children’s Stories. The author, Collen Gillard’s, central thesis is that: The small island […]Read more "British vs. American Children’s Stories"