Author Index

Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts

Author Index

The following is a comprehensive index, sorted by author, of volumes 1.1 through 23.3

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“A Conversation about Fantasy with Ursula K. Le Guin and Brian Attebery.” JFA, 17.4(2006): 371-382.

Adair, Gerald. “Illuminating the Ghost Light: Final Acts in the Theatre of Fritz Leiber.” 12.4, 362-81.

Adcock, Craig. “Light and Space in the Open Air: James Turrell’s Roden Crater Project.” 3.1, 57-68.

Aichele, George, Jr. “Self-Referentiality in Gene Wolfe’s ‘Seven American Nights.'” 3.2, 37-47.

Aichele, George, Jr. “Two Forms of Metafantasy.” 1.3, 55-68.

Aichele, George, Jr. “Fantasy and the Gospels:  Theological and Ideological Implications.”  8.2,  170-184.

Aldiss, Brian W. “All Those Big Machines The Theme Science Fiction Does Not Discuss.” 7.1, 83-91.

Aldiss, Brian W. “Kafka’s Sister.” 3.2, 14-21.

Aldiss, Brian W. “Was Zilla Right?: Fantasy and Truth.” 1.1, 7-24.

Al-Raheb, Hani. “Five Patterns of the Fantastic in an Arabic Saga.” 5.4, 42-55.

Al-Raheb, Hani. “Religious Satire in Rushdie’s Satanic Verses.”6.4, 330-40.

Anderson, Kathleen. “Shaping Self Through Spontaneous Oral Narration in Richard Adams’ Watership Down.” 6.1, 25-33.

Ankeny, Rebecca. “Poem as Sign in The Lord of the RingsJFA, 16.2(2005): 86-95.

Arata, Louis A. “Dream Textures of the Popol Vuh.” 7.4, 74-83.

Attebery, Brian “Introduction: A Special Issue for a More Than Special Writer.” JFA 21.2 (2010): 158.

Attebery, Brian “Introduction: Not-Mundane Not-Science-Fiction.” JFA 20.1 (2009): 1–4.

Attebery, Brian “Introduction: The Form of the Content of the Form.” JFA 20.3 (2009): 315–18.

Attebery, Brian.  “Cultural Negotiation in Science Fiction Literature and Film.”  11.4 (2001): 346-358.

Attebery, Brian. “Eleanor Cameron: The Theory and Practice of Fantasy.” JFA, 16.2(2005): 96-109.

Attebery, Brian. “Fantasy’s Reconstruction of Narrative Conventions.” 1.1, 85-98.

Attebery, Brian. “Gender, Fantasy, and the Authority of Tradition.” 7.1, 51-60.

Attebery, Brian. “Introduction.” JFA, 18.2(2007):149-151.

Attebery, Brian. “Introduction.” JFA, 18.3(2007):289-291.

Attebery, Brian. “Introduction: Fear and Fantasy.” JFA, 19.1(2008):1-4.

Attebery, Brian. “Introduction: Value Added.” JFA, 19.2(2008):169-172.

Attebery, Brian. “Introduction: What Are Dreams For?” JFA, 18.1(2007):1-4.

Attebery, Brian. “Introduction:”More Fantasy Crap,” or, Why We Fight.” JFA, 19.3(2008): 293-296.

Attebery, Brian. “Peake Studies.” (Book Review) 3.4, 151-2.

Attebery, Brian. “The Politics (If Any) of Fantasy.” 4.1, 7-28.

Attebery, Brian. “Introduction: Conferring, Convening, Conversing, Communing.” JFA 20.2 (2009): 169–72.

Attebery, Brian. “Introduction: Cultural Work.” JFA 21.1 (2010): 1–4.

Attebery, Brian. “Introduction: Delicious Monsters.” JFA 23.3 (2012): 372–73.

Attebery, Brian. “Introduction: Race and the Fantastic.” JFA 21.3 (2010): 334–37.

Attebery, Brian. “Introduction: The Backlist, Academics, and Electronic Publishing.” JFA 22.2 (2011): 149–52.

Attebery, Brian. “Introduction: The Fantastic in (Some of) the Arts.” JFA 22.1 (2011): 1–3.

Attebery, Brian. “Introduction: The Fantastic Ridiculous.” JFA 22.3 (2011): 310–12.

Attebery, Brian.. “Introduction: Fictional Modes and Cultural Energy.” JFA 23.2 (2012): 194–96.

Attebery, Brian.. “Introduction: In Praise of Anticlimaxes.” JFA 23.1 (2012): 1–3.

Attebery, Jennifer Eastman. “The Trolls of Fiction: Ogres or Warm Fuzzies?” 7.1, 61-74.

Auerbach, Nina.  “Who Are the Dead?”  11.1 (2000): 8-13.

Auger, Emily E. “The Lord of the Rings‘ Interlace: From Tolkien to Tarot.” JFA, 19.3(2008): 317-330.

Auger, Emily E. “The Lord of the Rings‘ Interlace: Tolkien’s Narrative and Lee’s Illustrations.” JFA, 19.1(2008):70-93.

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Baker, Daniel. “Why We Need Dragons: The Progressive Potential of Fantasy.” JFA 23.3 (2012): 437–59.

Baker, Neal.  “The US – Japan Security Alliance and Blood: The Last Vampire.”  13.2 (2002): 143-152.

Baldwin, Marc F. “F. Scott Fitzgerald’s ‘One Trip Abroad’: A Metafantasy of the Divided Self.” 4.3, 69-78.

Bandyopadhyay, Debashis. “Ruskin Bond’s ‘Whispering in the Dark’: A Fantastic Quest for Identity.” JFA 21.3 (2010): 394–412.

Banerjee, Suparno. “2001: A Space Odyssey: A Transcendental Tran-locution.” JFA, 19.1(2008):39-50.

Banerjee, Suparno. “Alternative Dystopia: Science, Power, and Fundamentalism in Rimi B. Chatterjee’s Signal Red.” JFA 20.1 (2009): 24–41.

Bardowell, Matthew R. “J. R. R. Tolkien’s Creative Ethic and Its Finnish Analogues.” JFA 20.1 (2009): 91–108

Bartlett, Sally A. “Fantasy and Mimesis in Doctor Faustus.” 5.3, 18-27.

Bartter, Martha A.  “‘Who Am I, Really?’ Myths of Maturation in Lois McMaster Bujold’s Vorkosigan Series.”  10.1 (Win. 1998): 30-42.

Bartter, Martha A. “Desacralization of Image and Confusion of Sexuality in The Disney Studio’s Beauty and the Beast.” 9.1: 55-68.

Bautista, Daniel. “Comic Book Realism: Form and Genre in Junot Díaz’s The Brief

Bechtel, Greg. “The Word for World Is Story: Syncretic Fantasy as Healing Ritual in Thomas King’s Green Grass, Running Water.” JFA, 19.2(2008):204-223.

Becker, Allienne. “Die Elixiere des Teufels: E. T. A. Hoffmann’s House of Mirrors.” 9.2: 117-30.

Bell, James. “Decadence, Dandyism, and the Aestheticism in The Vampire Chronicles.” JFA, 17.3(2006): 284-293.

Bertha, Csilla. “The Harmony of Reality and Fantasy: The Fantastic in Irish Drama.” 4.3, 2-24.

Bertha, Csilla. “The Symbolic Versus the Fantastic: The Example of an Hungarian Painter.” 6.4, 295-311.

Bilbija, Ksenija. “From Golem to Plastisex: An Analytical Survey of Spanish American Fantastic Literature.” 7.2/3, 201-14.

Birns, Nicholas. “‘You Have Grown Very Much’: The Scouring of the Shire and the Novelistic Aspects of The Lord of the Rings.” JFA 23.1 (2012): 82–101.

Bishop, Kyle William. “Vacationing in Zombieland: The Classical Functions of the Modern Zombie Comedy.” JFA 22.1 (2011): 24–38.

Bishop, Kyle. “Technophobia and the Cyborg Menace: Buffy Summers as Neo-Human Avatar.” JFA, 19.3(2008): 349-362.

Blackmore, Tim. “Talking the Talk, Walking the Walk: The Role of Discourse in John Haldeman’s The Monster’ and Luucius Shepard’s Delta Sly Honey.'” 6.2/3, 191-202.

Boehm, Carl.  “Superman: Myth Through the Christ and the Revelation.” 11.3 (2001): 236-244.

Boehm, Carl. “‘Hiro’ of the Platonic: Neal Stepheson’s Snow Crash.” JFA, 14.4(2004): 394-408.

Boehm, Carl. “‘Hiro’ of the Platonic: Neal Stepheson’s Snow Crash.” JFA, 14.4(2004): 394-408.

Bok, Hannas. Illustration. 3.2, 49.

Bok, Hannes. Art Portfolio. 2.4, 70-73.

Boon, Kevin Alexander.  “Episteme-ology of Science Fiction.”  11.4 (2001): 359-374.

Borchardt, Edith and Jennifer Wright.  “Androgyny: The Search for Wholeness in Karoline von Gunderrode and Heinrich von Kleist. Christa Wolf’s novel Kein Ort. Nirgends.”  11.3 (2001): 245-256.

Borchardt, Edith. “Arthur Schnitzler’s Traumnovelle and Stanley Kubrick’s Eyes Wide Shut: The Structure of Fantasy Then and Now.” 12.1, 4-17.

Boyd, Melba Joyce. “But Not the Blackness of Space: The Brother from Another Planet as Icon from the Underground.” 2.2, 95-107.

Boyd, Melba Joyce. “The JFA Forum on SF Film.” 2.2, 22-23.

Bradley, Darin. “The Self-Weird World: Problems of Being as the Fantastic Invasion in Small-press Speculative Fiction.” JFA, 18.1(2007):5-22.

Branam, Amy. “Laurence Yep: An Introduction.” JFA 21.3 (2010): 384–85.

Brawley, Chris. “The Fading of the World: Tolkien’s Ecology and Loss in The Lord of the Rings.” JFA, 18.3(2007):292-307.

Brennan, Matthew C. “The Novel as Nightmare: Decentering of the Self in Bram Stoker’s Dracula.” 7.4, 48-59.

Bridgman, Joan. “The Significance of Myth in Watership Down.” 6.1, 7-24.

Broderick, Damien. “Transreal Nostalgia in a Time of Singularity” JFA, 16.1(2005):21-37.

Broer, Lawrence R. “The Heart of Harry Angstrom: Dream Visions in Updike’s rabbit Tetralogy.” 7.4, 84-101.

Brooks de Vita, Alexis. “The Circle and the Cross: Womanhood, Manhood, and Cultural Destruction in Prophetic African Literature.” JFA 21.3 (2010): 413– 35.

Brown, Julie. “Our Ladies of Perpetual Hell: Witches and Fantastic Virgins in Margaret Atwood’s Cat’s Eye.” 4.3, 40-52.

Brown, Paula. “Gnostic Magic in Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norrell.” JFA 23.2 (2012): 239–59.

Budry’s, Algis. “The JFA Forum on SF Film.” 2.2, 16-18.

Bukatman, Scott. “The Cybernetic (City) State: Terminal Space Becomes Phenomenal.” 2.2, 43-63.

Burbank, Richard D. “Musical  Fusion in the Works of Olaf Stapledon: A Matrix of Storms and Stars.” JFA, 16.4(2005):350-368.

Burke, Frank. “‘We All Go a Little Mad Sometimes, Haven’t You?’: Alterity and Self-Other Mirroring in Horror Film and Criticism.” 2.4, 74-94.

Burnett, Fred W.  “Postmodern Fantasy and Postmodern Biblical Studies:  A (Science) Fictive Review of Lance Olsen and Samuel Delany.”  8.2,  244-274.

Butler, Andrew. “Between the “Deaths” of Science Fiction: A Skeptical View for the Possibility of Anti-Genres.” JFA, 15.3(2004): 208-216.

Butler, Charlie. “Introduction.” JFA 21.2 (2010): 159–61.

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Calfee-Moye, Robin. “Rediscovery and Exploration: The Legend of Prince Madoc ap Owain Gwynedd.” 5.3, 85-97.

Canaan, Howard.  “The Pressures of History and Fiction in Geoff Ryman’s Was.” 13.3 (2003): 218-225.

Canaan, Howard. “Metafiction and the Gnostic Quest in The Man in the High Castle.” 12.4, 382-405.

Canino, Bob. “Hannes Bok: An Appreciation.” 2.4, 69.

Canino, Bob. “Pictures at an Exhibition.” 3.2, 48.

Caputi, Jane.  “Facing Change: Octavia Butler as Public Intellectual (ICFA-21 Panel).”  11.2 (2000): 175-178.

Carroll, Conard.  “Considering Fantasy in the Bible:  The Elusive Presence of the Unerasable Trace.”  8.2,  124-150.

Carroll, Jordan S. “The Aesthetics of Risk in Dawn of the Dead and 28 Days Later.” JFA 23.1 (2012): 40–59.

Carroll, Shiloh. “Both Sides of the Gate: Patriarchy in Sheri S. Tepper’s The Gate to Women’s Country.” JFA, 19.1(2008):25-38.

Carroll, Siobhan. “Honor-bound: Self and Other in the Honor Culture of Robin Hobb’s Soldier Son Series.” JFA, 18.3(2007):308-318.

Carter, Nancy Corson. “Shamanism in a Threatened World: Doris Lessing’s Briefing for a Descent into Hell.” 2.3, 5-13.

Casebeer, Edwin F. “Peter Straub’s Shadowland: The Initiation of a Magician.” 9.2: 93-103.

Casebeer, Edwin F. “The Ecological System of Stephen King’s The Dark Half.” 6.2/3, 126-42.

Chandler, Wayne A. “The Magic(s) of Stephen Brust.” 9.2: 157-65.

Chapman, Edgar L. “Seeing Invisibility: Or Invisibility as Metaphor in Thomas Berger’s Being Invisible.” 4.2, 65-93.

Chaviano, Daina. “La fantasia y la CF como espacios de libertad.” JFA, 15.1(2004):12-19.

Chaviano, Daina. “La fantasia y la CF como espacios de libertad.” JFA, 15.1(2004):12-19.

Chaviano, Daina. “Science Fiction and Fantastic Literature as Realms of Freedom.” JFA, 15.1(2004): 4-11.

Chaviano, Daina. “Science Fiction and Fantastic Literature as Realms of Freedom.” JFA, 15.1(2004): 4-11.

Chelland, Frances.  “Octavia Butler in the Classroom: Octavia Butler as Public Intellectual (ICFA-21 Panel).”  11.2 (2000): 182-184.

Christensen, Peter G. “Abraham Rothberg’s The Sword of the Golem: The Use of the Fantastic in Defense of Judaism.” 7.2/3, 163-74.

Clute, John.  “Grail, Groundhog, Godgame: Or, Doing Fantasy.”  10.4 (2000): 330-337.

Clute, John. “Canary Fever.” JFA, 15.3(2004): 217-227.

Cockrell, Amanda.  “When Coyote Leaves the Res: Incarnations of the Trickster from Wile E. to Le Guin.”  10.1 (Win. 1998): 64-76.

Cockrell, Amanda. “On This Enchanted Ground: Reflections of a Cold War Childhood in  Russell Hoban’s Riddley Walker and Walter M. Miller’s A Canticle for Leibowitz..”JFA, 15.1(2004): 20-36.

Cockrell, Amanda. “On This Enchanted Ground: Reflections of a Cold War Childhood in  Russell Hoban’s Riddley Walker and Walter M. Miller’s A Canticle for Leibowitz..”JFA, 15.1(2004): 20-36.

Cohen, Jeffrey Jerome. “Undead (A Zombie Oriented Ontology).” JFA 23.3 (2012): 397–412.

Collins, Michael J. “The Bodu of the Work of the Body: Physio-Textuality in Contemporary Horror.” 5.3, 28-35.

Collins, Robert A.  “‘Ainulindale’: Tolkien’s Commitment to an Aesthetic Ontology.” 11.3 (2001): 257-265.

Collins, Robert A.  “Tepper’s ‘Chinanga’:  A Parable of Deconstruction.”  8.4,  443-463.

Comrada, Norma. “Golem and Robot: The Search for Connections.” 7.2/3, 244-54.

Coss, David L. “Sutpen’s Sentient House.” JFA, 15.2(2005): 101-118.

Covino, William.  “Introduction: Octavia Butler as Public Intellectual (ICFA-21 Panel).”  11.2 (2000): 173-174.

Craig, J. Robert.  “Guest Editor’s Introduction [ICFA: Culture of the Fantastic, Part I].”  13.3 (2003): 215-217.

Craig, J. Robert.  “Guest Editor’s Introduction [ICFA: Culture of the Fantastic, Part II].”  14.1] (Spr. 2003): 4-6.

Craig, J. Robert. “On Visual Tropes as Expressions of the Psyche in Roman Polanski’s The Tenant.” 9.2: 131-41.

Crawford, Kevin. “‘He was torn to pieces with a bear’: Grotesque Unity in The Winter’s Tale.”  10.3 (1999):  206-230.

Cribb, Susan M.  “‘If I had to write with a pen’: Readership and Bram Stoker’s Diary Narrative.”  10:2 (1999): 133-141.

Crichfield, Grant. “Bakhtin’s Chronotype and the Fantastic: Gautier’s ‘Jettatura’ and ‘Arria Marcella,'” 4.3, 25-39.

Crosby, Donald H. “Nature’s Nightmare: The Inner World of Hauptmann’s Flagman Thiel.” 1.2, 25-34.

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D’Alessangro, K.C. “The JFA Forum on SF Films.” 2.2, 18-19.

Danylyshen, Darren. “Where Theory Meets Science Fiction: The Conjoining of Science Fiction with Theoretical Structures in Samuel R. Delayney’s Neveryon Series, Or: The Tale of the Iron Ring.” 12.2, 157-67.

Davidson, Jane P. “Golem Frankenstein Golem of your Own.” 7.2/3, 228-43.

Davidson, Jane P. “Wolves, Witches, and Werewolves.” 2.4, 47-68.

Davidson, Lale. “Daughters of Eurydice in Absentia: The Feminine Heroic Quest for Presence in Houskeeping.” 4.4, 19-36.

Dawson, Janis. “Aspects of the Fantsatic in Roddy Doyle’s A Star Called Henry: Deconstructing Romantic Nationalism.” 12.2, 168-85.

de Armas, Frederick A. “Gyges’s Ring: Invisibility in Plato, Tolkien, and Lope de Vega.” 3.4, 120-138.

de Armas, Frederick A. “Interpolation and Invisibility: From Herodotus to Cervantes’s Don Quixote.” 4.2, 8-28.

De Cicco, Mark. “‘More Than Human’: The Queer Gothic Scientist of the Fin-de- Siecle.” JFA 23.1 (2012): 4–24.

Dendle, Peter.  “Patristic Demonology and Lovecraft’s ‘From Beyond’.”  8.3,  281-293.

Dickens, David B. “Rings, Belts, and a Bird’s Nest: Invisibility in German Literature.” 4.2, 29-48.

Dickson, Nancy O. M. “Morgan and the Morrighan.” 9.1: 24-35.

Dillon, Grace L. “Indigenous Scientific Literaracies in Nalo Hopkinson’s Ceremonial Worlds”. JFA, 18.1(2007):23-41.

Dixson, Barbara. “Structural Complexity in Doris Lessing’s Canopus Novels.” 2.3, 14-22.

Doherty, Thomas. “The JFA Forum of SF Film.” 2.2, 14-15.

Doherty, Thomas. “Video, Science Fiction, and the Cinema of Surveillance.” 2.2, 69-79.

Donaldson, Mara E.  “Baptizing the Imagination:  The Fantastic as the Subversion of Fundamentalism.”  8.2,  185-197.

Donawerth, Jane. “Performing the Technologies of Gender: Representations of Television in Science Fiction by Women.” JFA, 18.2(2007):152-165.

Doty, Gene. “A Toss of the Dice: Writers, Readers, and Role-Playing Games.” 14.1 (Spr. 2003): 51-67.

Doty, Gene.  “‘The Pattern that Connects’:  Asymmetry, God, and Meaning in Russell Hoban’s Pilgermann.”  8.2, 116-123.

Doyle, Jim. “The Vampire” [poem]. 2.1, 4.

Drake, H. L. “Introduction: On Psi Powers.” 9.4: 4-15.

Draper, Ellen. “The JFA Forum on SF Film.” 2.2, 32-33.

Dudenhoeffer, Larrie. “Monster Mishmash: Iconicity and Intertextuality in Tobe Hooper’s The Texas Chain Saw Massacre.” JFA, 19.1(2008):51-69.

Dziemianowicz, Stephan. “Nirvana for Sleaze-lovers” [book review]. 2.2, 110-111.

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Elliot, Randy. Portfolio of Illustrations. 3.2, 24-28.

Ellison, Harlan. “The JFA Forum on SF Film.” 2.2, 39-41.

Ellison, Harlan. “The Wind Took Your Answer Away.” 1.3, 7-20.

Emmerichs, Sharon. “Straddling Genres: McPhillip and the Landscape of the Female Hero-Identity.” JFA, 16.3(2005): 206-218.

Evans, Jonathan. “Medieval Dragon-lore in Middle Earth.” 9.3: 175-91.

Evans, Timothy H. “Authenticity, Ethnography, and Colonialism in Philip K. Dick’s The Man in the High Castle.” JFA 21.3 (2010): 366–83.

Eynat-Confino, Irene. “Exorcising a Theater Myth: S. Ansky’s The Dybbuk.”  11.1 (2000): 14-23.

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Farmer, Philip Jose. “Hayy ibn Yaqzan: An Arabic Mowgli.” 3.3, 72-78.

Fawver, Kurt. “‘Present’-ly Safe: The Anthropocentricism of Time in H. P. Lovecraft’s Fiction.” JFA 20.2 (2009): 248–61

Feimer, Joel N. “The Alchemy of Love in A Fine and Private Place.” 1.3, 69-78.

Ferreira, Maria Aline Seabra. “Myth and Anti-Myth in Angela Carter’s The Passion of New Eve.” 9.4: 31-49.

Ferreira, Rachel Haywood. “By Burro and by Beagle: Geographical Journeys through Time in Latin America.” JFA, 18.2(2007):166-186.

Findlay, Virgil. Art Portfolio. 2.1, 48-51.

Fischer, Helgard. “The Structure of Magical Revolutions.” JFA 21.2 (2010): 246–56.

Fitzsimmons, Rebekah. “Dialectical ‘Complexifications’: The Centrality of Mary Malone, Dust, and the Mulefa in Philip Pullman’s His Dark Materials.” JFA 22.2 (2011): 212–33.

Fladenmuller, Kathryn and C. W. Sullivan III. “Introduction: Of Goddesses.” 9.1: 1-2.

Fleischbein, René. “New Hero: Metafictive Female Heroism in Fire and Hemlock.” JFA 21.2 (2010): 233–45.

Flieger, Verlyn, and T. A. Shippey. “Allegory Versus Bounce: Tolkien’s Smith of Wooten Major.” 12.2, 186-200.

Flieger, Verlyn. “Who’s Got the Goddess?” 9.1: 3-14.

Fowler, Douglas. “Millhauser, Suskind, and the Postmodern Promise.” 1.4, 77-86.

Fox, Timothy R. “Realizing Fantastic Trickster Liberations in Gerald Vizenor’s Griever: An American Monkey King in China.” JFA 20.1 (2009): 70–90.

Francavilla, Joseph. “The Concept of the Divided Self in Harlan Ellison’s I Have No Mouth and I Must Scream’ and Shatterday.'” 6.2/3, 107-25.

Francis, Diana Pharaoh. “Social Robotics: Constructing the Ideal Woman from Used Ideological Parts.” 7.1, 92-101.

Francis, Diana Pharaoh. “Paradigms of Colonization: Exploring Themes of Imperialism in Guy Gavriel Kay’s Tigana.” 13.2 (2002): 114-133.

Francis, Toni.  “Destiny Manifesto: Octavia Butler as Public Intellectual (ICFA-21 Panel).”  11.2 (2000): 179-181.

Franko, Carol. “Dialogic Narration and Ambivalent Utopian Hope in Lessing’s Shikasta and LeGuin’s Always Coming Home.” 2.3, 23-33.

French, Jana L.  “‘I’m telling you stories….Trust me’: Gender, Desire, and Identity in Jeanette Winterson’s Historical Fantasies.”  10.3 (1999): 231-252.

Frongia, Terri. “Tales of Old Prague: Of Ghettos, Passover, and the Blood Libel.” 7.2/3, 146-62.

Fry, Carrol and J. Robert Craig.  “A Carnival of Apes: A Bakhtinian Perspective on Twelve Monkeys.” 13.1 (2002): 3-12.

Frye, Mitch. “The Refinement of “Crude Allegory”: Eugenic Themes and Genotypic Horror in the Weird Fiction of H.P. Lovecraft.” JFA, 17.3(2006): 237-254.

Fuller, Sarah Canfield.  “Reading the Cyborg in Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein.”  14.2 (Sum. 2003): 217-227.

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Gardiner-Scott, Tanya. “Game as Fantasy in Crucifixion Drama.” 3.3, 50-61.

Gardiner-Scott, Tanya. “Mervyn Peake: The Relativity of Perception.” 1.2, 13-24.

Garrison, John. “Echoes of Influence: Music, Social Power, and the Law in Speculative Fiction.” JFA, 17.4(2006): 321-333.

Gascoyne, Debbie. “‘Why don’t you be a tiger?’: The Performative, Transformative, and Creative Power of the Word in the Universes of Diana Wynne Jones.” JFA 21.2 (2010): 210–20.

Geary, Robert F. “The Exorcist: Deep Horror?” 5.4, 55-63.

Geary, Robert F. “The Powers of Dracula.” 4.1, 81-91.

Geraghty, Lincoln.  “The American Jeremiad and Star Trek’s Puritan Legacy.” 14.2 (Sum. 2003): 228-245.

Gershuny, Walter.  “Tripping the Light Fantastic With Theodore de Banville.”  10.3: 253-261.

Gilman, Greer. “Girl, Implicated: The Child in the Labyrinth in the Fantastic.” JFA, 19.2(2008):199-203.

Glance, Jonathan C. ” Beyond the Bounds of Reverie?’: Another Look at the Dreams in Frankenstein.” 7.4, 30-47.

Goodrich, Peter. “Mannerism and the Macabre in H.P. Lovecraft’s Dunsanian “Dream Quest”.” JFA, 15.1(2004): 37-48.

Goodrich, Peter. “The New Age Mage: Merlin as Contemporary Occult Icon.” 5.1, 42-73.

Gordon, Andrew. “Science Fiction and Fantasy Film Criticism.” 2.2, 81-94.

Gordon, Joan. “Surviving the Survivor: Art Spiegelman’s Maus.” 5.2, 80-89.

Grassian, Daniel. “Discovering the Machine in You: The Literary Social and Religious Implications of Neal Stephenson’s Snow Crash.” 12.3, 250-67.

Gray, Bob. “An Appreciation: Virgil Findlay.” 2.1, 47.

Gray, Bob. “Murray Tinkleman: An Appreciation.” 2.2, 64.

Gray, Bob. “The Art of Randy Elliot.” 3.2, 22-23.

Greven, David. “The Fantastic Powers of the Other Sex: Male Mothers in Fantastic Fiction.” 14.3(2003): 301-317.

Grootkerk, Paul. “Michael Dorsey’s Beauty Parlor Series: Historical Permanence.” 3.1, 5-28.

Gunn, James. “The JFA Forum on SF Film.” 2.2, 30-32.

Gunnels, Jen. “‘Ta’mey Dun, Bommey Dun’ (Great Deeds, Great Songs): The Klingon Opera U as Ethnodramaturgical Performance.” JFA 23.1 (2012): 60–81.

Gunnels, Jen. “Andrea Hairston: An Introduction.” JFA 22.3 (2011): 322–25.

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Haberkorn, Gideon. “Cultural Palimpsests: Terry Pratchett’s New Fantasy Heroes.” JFA, 18.3(2007):319-339.

Hairston, Andrea. “Lord of the Monsters: Minstrels Redux: King Kong, Hip Hop, and the Brutal Black Buck.” JFA, 18.2(2007):187-199.

Hairston, Andrea.“Different and Equal Together: SF Satire in District 9.” JFA 22.3 (2011): 326–46.

Haldeman, Joe. “Venor Vinge: An Introduction.” JFA, 19.2(2008):173-174.

Hall, Stefan. “Takayuki Tatsumi: An Introduction.” JFA 21.3 (2010): 436–38.

Hand, Elizabeth. “The Beckoning Fair Ones: Some Thoughts on Muses.” JFA, 15.3(2004): 192-207.

Hanlon, Tina L.  “The Taming of the Dragon in Twentieth Century Picture Books.”  14.1 (Spr. 2003): 7-26.

Hanson, Carter F. “1920’s Yellow Peril Science Fiction: Political Appropriations of the Asian Racial Alien.'” 6.4, 312-29.

Hantke, Steffen. “Disorienting Encounters: Magical Realism and American Literature on the Vietnam War.” 12.3, 268-86.

Hardcastle, Anne E. “Ghosts of the Past and Present: Hauntology and the Spanish Civil War in Guillermo del Toro’s The Devil’s Backbone.JFA, 15.2(2005): 119-131.

Harger-Grinling, V.A., and A. Thomas. “Decadence and Anguish: Edgar Allan Poe’s Influence on Rjean Ducharme.” 1.2, 5-12.

Harger-Grinling, Virginia and Chantal Jordaan.  “Fifty Years On: Animal Farm Gets Under the Skin.”  14.2 (Sum. 2003): 246-254.

Harkins, Patricia. “Family Magic in Jamaica Kincaid’s Lucy.” 4.3, 53-68.

Harkins, Patricia. “‘Spells of Darkness’: Invisibility in The White Witch of Rosehall.” 4.2, 49-64.

Harkins, Patricia. “The Speaking Dead in Sir Amadace and the White Knight.” 3.3, 62-71.

Harrison, Michael P. “From Panel to Page: Queer Superhero Iconography in the Poetry of Álvaro Tato and the Narrative of Lluís Fernàndez.” JFA 22.3 (2011): 347–62.

Harse, Katie.  “High Duty and Savage Delight: The Ambiguous Nature of Violence in Dracula.” 10:2 (1999): 115-123.

Harse, Katie. ‘“Sick of Count Dracula’: Scott, Carter, Rice and the Response to Stoker’s Authority.” 13.3 (2003): 250-257.

Hassold, Cris. “The Double and Doubling in Modern and Postmodern Art.” 6.2/3, 253-74.

Hassold, Cris. “The Feminine as Fantastic.” 3.1, 29-40.

Hayles, N. Katherine.  “Schizoid Android:  Cybernetics and the Mid-Sixties Novels of Philip K. Dick.”  8.4,  419-442.

Heiss, [Ralph] Lokke.  “Madame Dracula: The Life of Emily Gerard.” 10:2 (1999): 174-186.

Heldreth, Leonard G. “Films, Film Fantasies, and Fantasies: Manipulating Reality and the Self in Kiss of the Spider Woman.” 3.4, 93-106.

Heldreth, Leonard G. “Rising Like Old Corpses: Stephen King and the Horrors of Time-Past.” 2.1, 1-13.

Heldreth, Lillian M. “Tannith Lee’s Werewolves Within: Reversals of Gothic Tradition.” 2.1, 15-23.

Higgins, David M. “Anti-Leninists in Space.” Rev. of Red Planets: Marxism and Science Fiction, by Mark Bould and China Miéville, eds. JFA 22.2 (2011): 257– 62.

Hixon, Martha P. “Power Plays: Paradigms of Power in The Pinhoe Egg and The Merlin Conspiracy.” JFA 21.2 (2010): 169–86.

Hixon, Martha. “”The Lady of Shalott” as Paradigm in Patricia McPhillip’s The Tower at Stony Wood.” JFA, 16.3(2005): 191-205.

Hollander, Joel A.  “‘The Faries’ Christmas’:  Elements of the Fantastic in Irish Political Cartoons of the Home Rule Movement.”  8.1, 42-54.

Hollinger, Veronica. “The Vampire and/as the Alien.” 5.3, 5-17.

Hollinger, Veronica. “Theater for the Fin-du-Millennium : Playing (at) the End.” 1.4, 29-38.

Holte, James Craig. “A Century of Draculas.”   10:2 (1999): 109-114.

Holte, James Craig. “Not All Fangs are Phallic: Female Film Vampires.”   10:2 (1999): 163-173.

Honigsberg, David M. “Rava’s Golem.” 7.2/3, 137-45.

Hopkinson, Nalo. “A Reluctant Ambassador from the Planet of Midnight.” JFA 21.3 (2010): 339–50.

Horstkotte, Martin. “The Worlds of the Fantastic Other in PostModern English Fiction.” JFA, 14.3(2003): 318-332.

Horstkotte, Martin. “The Worlds of the Fantastic Other in PostModern English Fiction.” JFA, 14.3(2003): 318-332.

Howey, Ann F. “Changeling Self, Changing Other: Patricia McKillip’s The Changeling Sea as Feminist Fairy Tale.” JFA, 18.1(2007):42-60.

Hunt, Peter. “Coldtonguecoldhamcoldbeefpickledgherkinsaladfrench-rollscresssandwidgespo ttedmeatgingerbeerlemonadesodawater….’ Fantastic Foods in the Books of Kenneth Grahame, Jerome K. Jerome, H.E. Bates. and Other Bakers of Fantasy England.” 7.1, 5-22.

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Inge, M. Thomas. “Harvey Kurtzman’s MAD: Subversion and Fantasy.” JFA, 17.2(2006): 123-139.

Ingersoll, Earl. “Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale: Echoes of Orwell.” 5.4, 64-72.

Irvine, Alex. “Autocannibalistic Tradition and The Individual Talent: An Interview with Sean Stewart.” 10.3 (1999): 262-275.

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Jenkins, Alice. “Knowing and Geography in Octavia Butler, Ursula K. Le Guin and Maureen McHugh.” JFA, 16.4(2005): 320-334.

Jennings, Lee. B. “Justinus Kerner’s Seherin von Prevorst: A Parapsychological Psychodrama.” 9.4: 49-58.

Johnston, John.  “Computer Fictions:  Narratives of the Machinic Phylum.”  8.4,  443-463.

Joiner, Dorothy. “Fictional Cultures in Postmodern Art.” 1.4, 59-66.

Joiner, Dorothy. “Introduction [to Special Art Issue]” 3.1, 2-4.

Jönsson, Gabriella. “The Second Vampire: filles fatales in J. Sheridan Le Fanu’s Carmilla and Anne Rice’s Interview with the Vampire.” JFA, 17.1(2006): 33-48.

Joshi, S. T. “Establishing the Canon of Weird Fiction.” JFA, 14.3 (2003): 333-341.

Joshi, S. T. “Establishing the Canon of Weird Fiction.” JFA, 14.3 (2003): 333-341.

Jucovy, Kyra. “Little Sister Is Watching You: Archer’s Goon and 1984.” JFA 21.2 (2010): 271–89.

Jurich, Marilyn. ” A Woman’s A Two-Faced,’ or the Doppelgangerin Unveiled.” 6.2/3, 143-65.

Jurich, Marilyn. “Confessions of the Unemployed” [poem]. 2.4, 6.

Jurich, Marilyn. “‘Children Stranded ‘Among These Dark Satanic Mills’: The Child’s Response to Evil in Fantasies From Four Different Countries.” 13.3 (2003): 271-281.

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Käkelä, Jari. “Enlightened Sense of Wonder? Sublimity and Rationality in Asimov’s Foundation Series.” JFA 22.2 (2011): 171–91.

Kaplan, Deborah. “Disrupted Expectations: Young/old Protagonists in Diana Wynne Jones’s Novels.” JFA 21.2 (2010): 197–209.

Kay, Guy Gavriel. “The Fiction of Privacy: Fantasy and the Past.” JFA 20.2 (2009): 240–47.

Kelleghan, Fiona.  “Something Hungry This Way Comes: Terrestrial and Ex-Terrestrial Feline Feeding Patterns and Behavior.”  10.4 (2000): 338-352.

Keller, James R. “Middleton’s The Witch: Witchcraft and the Domestic Female Hero.” 4.4, 37-59.

Kelso, Sylvia.  “Loces Genii: Urban Settings in the Fantasy of Peter Beagle, Martha Wells, and Barbara Hambly.”  13.1 (2002): 13-32.

Kelso, Sylvia.  “Lois McMaster Bujold: Feminism and ‘The Gernsback Continuum’ in Recent Women’s SF.”  10.1 (Win. 1998): 17-29.

Kelso, Sylvia. “The God in the Pentagram: Religion and Spirituality in Modern Fantasy.” JFA, 18.1(2007):61-82.

Kelso, Sylvia.  “The Feminist and the Vampire:  Constructing Postmodern Bodies.”  8.4,  472-487.

Kerman, Judith B. “Uses of the Fantastic in the Literature of the Holocaust.” 5.2, 14-31.

Khader, Jamil. “Race Matters: People of Color, Ideology, and the Politics of Erasure and Reversal in Ursula Le Guin’s The Left Hand of Darkness and Maria Doria Russell’s The Sparrow.” JFA, 16.2(2005): 110-127.

Kiausch, Usch [Ursula].  “Orchids in A Cage: Political Myths and Social Reality in East German Science Fiction (1949-1989).”  11.4 (2001): 375-394.

Kidder, Orion Ussner. “Useful Play: Historicization in Alan Moore’s Supreme and Warren Ellis/John Cassaday’s Planetary.” JFA 21.1 (2010): 77–96.

King, Maureen. “Contemporary Women Writers and the ‘New Evil’: The Vampires of Anne Rice and Suzy McKee Charnes.” 5.3, 75-84.

Klapcsik, Sandor. “The Double-edged Nature of Neil Gaiman’s Ironical Perspectives and Liminal Fantasies.” JFA 20.2 (2009): 193–209.

Knickerbocker, Dale. “Apocalypse and Alienation in Javier Negerete’s Nox perpetua.JFA, 15.4(2004): 288-308.

Knickerbocker, Dale. “Technology, Technophobia and Gynophobia in Bonzalo Torrente Ballester’s Quiza nos lleve el viento al infinito.”   10.4 (2000): 353-371.

Koslow, Francine A. “Fantastic Illustrations to Dante’s Inferno: Romantic and Contemporary Visions.” 2.4, 133-143.

Krause, Maureen T. “Introduction: Bereshit bara Elohim: A Survey of the Genesis and Evolution of the Golem.” 7.2/3, 113-36.

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Landon, Brooks, ed. “The JFA Forum on SF Film.” 2.2, 10-41.

Landon, Brooks. “From Trickery to Discovery: Trajectories of Science Fiction Film.” 2.2, 3-9.

Landon, Brooks. “Bodies in Cyberspace.” 12.2, 201-12.

Landon, Richard. “A Half-Naked Muscleman in Trunks: Charles Atlas, Superheroes, and Comic Book Masculinity.” JFA, 18.2(2007):200-216.

Larsen, Michael J. “Selected Bibliography.” 6.2/3, 275-77.

Laskar, Benjamin. “Suicide and the Absurd: The Influence of Jean-Paul Sartre’s and Albert Camus’s Existentialism on Stephen R. Donaldson’s The Chronicles of Thomas Covenant the Unbeliever.” JFA, 14.4(2004): 409-426.

Laskar, Benjamin. “Suicide and the Absurd: The Influence of Jean-Paul Sartre’s and Albert Camus’s Existentialism on Stephen R. Donaldson’s The Chronicles of Thomas Covenant the Unbeliever.” JFA, 14.4(2004): 409-426.

Latham, Rob. “Collage as Critique and Invention in the Fiction of William A Burroughs and Kathy Acker.” 5.3, 46-57.

Latham, Rob. “Encyclopedia Worth Waiting For.” 6.4, 360-365.

Latham, Rob. “Long Live Gonzo: An Introduction to Rudy Rucker.” JFA, 16.1(2005): 3-5.

Latham, Rob. “Review: The Encyclopedia of Fantasy as a ‘Critical Tour de Force’.” 9.1: 69-76.

Latham, Rob. “The JFA Forum on SF Film.” 2.2, 33-35.

Latham, Rob. “Nalo Hopkinson: An Introduction.” JFA 21.3 (2010): 338.

Latham, Rob.  “Introduction:  Theories of/and Fantastic Literature.”  8.4,  395-397.

Latham, Robert. “Coda: Criticism in the Age of Borges.” 1.4, 87-94.

Latham, Robert. “Review Essay: Snobbery, Seasoned with Bile, Clute Is.” 1.2, 83-94.

Latham, Robert. “There’s No Place Like Home: Simulating Postmodern America in The Wizard of Oz and Blue Velvet.” 1.4, 49-58.

Laudadio, Nicholas. “What Dreams Sound Like: Forbidden Planet and the Electronic Musical Instrument.” JFA, 17.4(2006): 334-349.

Le Lievre, Kerrie. “”I will play no games with you”: Riddlery, Narrative and Ethics in The Riddle-Master’s Game.” JFA, 16.3(2005): 233-246.

Ledwon, Lenora. “The Passion of the New Phallus and Angela Carter’s The Passion of New Eve.” 5.4, 26-41.

Lee, Judith.  “Lucifer:  a Fantastic Figure.”  8.2,  218-234.

Levy, Michael. “Maria Nikolajeva: An Introduction.” JFA 20.2 (2009): 182–83.

Lindow, Sandra. “Lavinia: A Woman Reinvents Herself in Fact and/or Fiction.” JFA 20.2 (2009): 221–37.

Link, Kelly. Interview with Brian Attebery. JFA 23.3 (2012): 415–17.

Lovett-Graff, Bennet.  “‘Life is a Hideous Thing’:  Primate-Geniture in H. P. Lovecraft’s ‘Arthur Jermyn’.”  8.3, 370-389.

Luckhurst, Roger. “Contemporary Photography and the Technological Sublime, or, Can There Be a Science Fiction Photography. JFA, 19.2(2008):181-195.

Ludwig, Jonathan.  “The Master and Margarita: A Fantasy of Redemption.”  13.2 (2002): 153-168.

Lutchmansingh, Larry D. “The Grotesque in the Early Work of Gregory Gillispie.” 3.1, 41-56.

Lynch, Dennis. “The JFA Forum on SF Film.” 2.2, 21-22.

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Mabee, Barbara. “The Witch as Double: Feminist Doubles in German Literature and Irmtrand Morgner’s Amanda.” 6.2/3, 166-90.

Macdonald, Kate. “Witchcraft and Non-conformity in Sylvia Townsend Warner’s Lolly Willowes (1926) and John Buchan’s Witch Wood (1927).” JFA 23.2 (2012): 215–38.

Mack, Robert L. “Voice Lessons: The Seductive Appeal of Vocal Control in Frank Herbert’s Dune.” JFA 22.1 (2011): 39–59.

Magistrale, Tony. “Native Sons: Regionalism in the Work of Nathaniel Hawthorne and Stephen King.” 2.1, 76-86.

Mains, Christine. “Bridging World and Story: Patricia McPhillip’s Reluctant Heroes.” JFA, 16.1(2005): 37-48.

Mains, Christine. “For Love or For Money: The Concept of Loyalty in the Works of Patricia McPhillip.” JFA, 16.3(2005): 219-232.

Mains, Christine. “Introduction” JFA, 16.3(2005):175-177.

Malcom-Clarke, Darja. “Subversive Metropolis: The Grotesque Body in the Phantasmic Urban Landscape.” JFA, 17.2(2006): 140-154.

Malekin, Peter. “The Decentered Absolute: Significance in the Postmodern Fantastic.” 1.4, 9-18.

Malekin, Peter. “The Fractured Whole: The Fictional World of Harlan Ellison.” 1.3, 21-26.

Malmgren, Carl D. “Orr Else? The Protagonists of Le Guin’s The Lathe of Heaven.” 9.4: 59-69.

Manlove, C.N. “Everything Slipping Away: John Wyndham’s The Day of the Triffids.” 4.1, 29-53.

Manlove, C.N. “The Birth of a Fantastic World: C.S. Lewis’s The Magician’s Nephew.” 1.1, 71-84.

Marchino, Lois A. “Lessing and the Sacred City.” 2.3, 34-40.

Marino, Virginia M.  “The Devil’s Discourse:  The Meeting of Allegory and the Fantastic.”  8.3,  235-243.

Martin, Sara. “Little Red Riding Hood Meets the Werewolf: Genre and Gender Tensions in Neal Jordan’s The Company of Wolves.” 12.1, 18-33.

Marvell, Leon. “Dark Enlightenment: On John Clute’s Darkening Garden.” Rev. of The Darkening Garden: A Short Lexicon of Horror, by John Clute. JFA 20.3 (2009): 406–12.

Matolcsy, Kálmán. “Masks in the Forest: The Dynamics of Surface and Depth in Robert Holdstock’s Mythago Cycle.” JFA, 17.4(2006): 350-370.

McConnell, Frank. “The JFA Forum on SF Film.” 2.2, 13-14.

McGillis, Roderick.  “Luxuriant and Prurient Chaos: Life’s a Fantasy on Primrose Lane.” [IAFA Guest Scholar Address 2002.] 14.2 (Sum. 2003): 255-264.

McGuirk, Carol, Rob Latham, Bill Senior, and Judith Collins McCormick. “A Tribute to IAFA Founder Robert A. Collins.” JFA 20.2 (2009): 173–81.

McGuirk, Carol. “Fresh Approaches to Nineteenth Century SF.” 6.4, 366-70.

McManus, Elizabeth Berkebile. “Protecting the Island: Narrative Continuance in Lost.” JFA 22.1 (2011): 4–23.

McRoy, Jay.  “There Goes the Neighborhood: Chaotic Apocalypse and Monstrous Genesis in H. P. Lovecraft’s ‘The Street,’ ‘The Horror at Red Hook,’ and ‘He.’”  13.4 (2003): 335-351.

Mendlesohn, Farah. “Conjuctions 39 and Liminal Fantasy.” JFA, 15.3(2004):228-239.

Mendlesohn, Farah. “Crowning the King: Harry Potter and the Construction of Authority.” 12.3, 287-308.

Mendlesohn, Farah. “Toward A Taxonomy of Fantasy.” 13.2 (2002): 169-183.

Metzger, David. “Rhetoric and Death in Thelma and Louise: Notes Toward a Logic of the Fantastic.” 4.4, 9-18.

Meyer, Charles A. “Introduction.” [Watership Down issue]. 6.1, 3-6.

Meyer, Charles A. “The Efrafran Hunt for Immortality in Watership Down.” 6.1,71-87.

Meyer, Charles A. “The Power of Myth and Rabbit Survival in Richard Adam’s Watership Down.” 3.4, 139-150.

Meyer, Therese-M. “Illuminating the Occult: W. B. Yeats in Nick Bantock’s Griffin and Sabine Series.” JFA 21.1 (2010): 5–25.

Michalson, Karen. “Phantasy as Deconstruction.” 2.4, 95-108.

Mieville, China. “On Monsters: Or, Nine or More (Monstrous) Not Cannies.” JFA 23.3 (2012): 377–92.

Miller, Elizabeth.  “Back to the Basics: Re-Examining Stoker’s Sources for Dracula.”  10:2 (1999): 187-196.

Miller, P. Andrew.  “Mutants, Metaphor, and Marginalism: What X-actly Do the X-Men Stand For?”  13.3 (2003): 282-290.

Miller, T. S. “Frankenstein without Frankenstein: The Iron Giant and the Absent Creator.” JFA 20.3 (2009): 385–405.

Miller, T. S. “Lives of the Monster Plants: The Revenge of the Vegetable in the Age of Animal Studies.” JFA 23.3 (2012): 460–79.

Miller, Timothy C. “Arthur C. Clarke’s Rendezvous with Rama: Agent of Evolution.” 9.4: 82-92.

Miltner, Robert. “Watership Down: A Genre Study.” 6.1,63-70.

Miscall, Peter D.  “Isaiah:  Dreams and Nightmares, Fantasy and Horror.”  8.2,  151-169.

Mitchell, Jennifer. “‘A Sort of Mouse-Person’: Radicalizing Gender in The Witches.” JFA 23.1 (2012): 25–39.

Moka-Dias, Brunda. “‘The Stuff That Dreams Are Made Of’: Interpreting Dreams in Salman Rushdie’s The Satanic Verses.” 7.4, 60-73.

Monk, Patricia. “Dragonsaver: The Female Hero in Barbara Hambly’s Drangonsbane.” 4.4, 60-81.

Monk, Patricia. “The shared universe: an experiment in speculative fiction.” 2.4, 7-46

Monk, Patricia. “Goddess on the Hearth: The Archetypal Significance of the Cat in Modern Fantasy.” 12.3, 309-21. .

Morgan, Gwendolyn. “Dualism and Mirror Imagery in Anglo-Saxon Riddles.” 5.1, 74-85.

Morgan, Gwendolyn. “In Search of the Not-One.” 4.4, 3-8.

Morgan, Gwendolyn. A. “Mother Monsters, Maturation: Female Evil in Beowulf.” 4.1, 54-68.

Morrissey, Thomas J.  “Ready or Not, Here We Come: Metaphors of the Martian Megatext from Wells to Robinson.”  10.4 (2000): 372-394.

Morse, Donald E.  “Introduction [to Special HJEAS Issue]: When the Hungarian Literary Theorist, Gyorgyi Lukacs Met The American Science Fiction Writer, Wayne Mark Chapman.” 11.4 (2001): 342-345.

Morse, Donald E. “W. R. Kinsella’s Postmodern, Metafictional Fantasy Shoeless Joe.” JFA, 15.4(2004): 309-319.

Morse, Donald E. “Bringing Chaos to Order. Vonnegut Criticism at Century’s End.”  10.4 (2000): 395-408.

Morse, Donald E. “The ‘Black Frost’ Reception of Kurt Vonnegut’s Fantastic Novel Breakfast of Champions (1973).” 11.2 (2000): 143-153.

Morse, Donald E. “The End of the World in American History and Fantasy: The Trumpet of the Last Judgment.” 13.1 (2002): 33-46.

Morse, Donald E.  “‘Revolutionizing Reality’:  The Irish Fantastic.”  8.1,  2-14.

Moss, Stephanie.  “Bram Stoker and the London Stage.”  10:2 (1999): 124-132.

Muller, Markus. “From Parody to Paradox: Jacques Cazotte and the Emergence of the Fantastic.” JFA, 15.4(2004): 320-345.

Murphy, Graham J. “Higher Verisimilitude and the Weirdness of the Universe: An Interview with Robert Charles Wilson.” JFA 20.2 (2009): 210–20.

Murphy, Patrick D. “De/Reconstructing the ‘I’: Postfantasticmodernist Poetry.” 1.4, 39-48.

Mustazza, Leonard. “A Darwinian Eden: Science and Myth in Kurt Vonnegut’s Galapagos.” 3.2, 55-65.

Mustazza, Leonard. “The Power of Symbols and the Failure of Virtue: Catholicism in Stephen King’s Salem’s Lot.” 3.4, 107-119.

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Nalo Hopkinson. “Maybe They’re Phasing Us In: Re-mapping Fantasy Tropes in the Face of Gender, Race, and Sexuality.” JFA, 18.1(2007):99-107.

Nazare, Joe.  “The Horror!  The Horror? The Appropriation, and Reclamation, of Native American Mythology.”  11.1 (2000): 24-51.

Nelson, Charles W.  “From Gollum to Gandalf:  The Guide Figures in J. R. R. Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings.”  13.1 (2002): 47-61.

Nelson, Charles W. “But Who is Rose Cotton?–Love and Romance in the Lord of the Rings.” 4.3, 6-20.

Nelson, Charles W. “Courteous, Humble, and Helpful: Sam as Squire Figure in the Lord of the Rings.” 2.1, 53-63.

Nelson, Charles W. “‘The Halls of Waiting’: Death and Afterlife in Middle Earth.” 9.3: 200-11.

Nelson, Marie.  “King Arthur and the Massacre of the May Day Babies: A Story Told by Sir Thomas Malory, Later Retold by John Steinbeck, Mary Stewart, and T. H. White.”  11.3 (2001): 266-281.

Nelson, Marie. “John Gardner’s Grendel: A Story Retold and Transformed in the Process.” JFA, 18.3(2007):340-363.

Ng, Andrew Hock Soon. “Heidegger, Psychoanalysis, and Haunted Wells in M. R. James’s Stories.” JFA 22.2 (2011): 192–211.

Nicholson, Mervyn. “Disaster Fantasies: Byron as a Poet of the Fantastic.” 2.4, 110-132.

Niiler, Lucas P.  “Green Reading:  Tolkien, Leopold, and the Land Ethic.”  10.3 (1999): 276-285.

Nikolajeva, Maria. “Time and Totalitarianism.” JFA 20.2 (2009): 184–92.

Noone, Kristin. “Shakespeare in Discworld: Witches, Fantasy, and Desire.” JFA 21.1 (2010): 26–40.

Novak, Amy.  “Virtual Poltergeists and Memory: The Question of Ahistoricism in William Gibson’s Neuromancer (1984).”  11.4 (2001): 395-414.

Nyberg, Suzanna.  “Men in Love:  The Fantasizing of Bram Stoker and Edvard Munch.”  8.4,  488-502.

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O’Connor, Tom. “Trauma and Becoming-Art in Gregg Araki’s Mysterious Skin and Asia Argento’s The Heart Is Deceitful above All Things.” JFA 21.1 (2010): 54–76.

O’Leary, Crystal L. “Transcending Monstrous Flesh: A Revision of the Hero’s Mythic Quest.” 13.3 (2003): 239-249.

Ocasio, Rafael.  “Magical Realism:  The (R)evolution of Santeria and Hispanic Hagiography in Cuba.”  8.2,  235-243.

O’Connor, Patrick. “Fabulous Historians: Ursula Le Guin and Angelica Gorodischer.” JFA, 16.2(2005): 128-141.

Olsen, Lance. “Overture: What Was Postmodernism?” 1.4, 3-8.

Olsen, Lance. “Postmodern Narrative and the Limits of Fantasy.” 1.1, 99-110.

Oram, William A. “Pullman’s Matter: Lucretius and Milton in His Dark Materials.” JFA 23.3 (2012): 418–36.

Oziewicz, Marek. “Profusion Sublime and Fantastic: Robert Holdstock’s tic: Robert Holdstock’s Mythago Wood.” JFA, 19.1(2008):94-111.

Oziewicz, Marek. “The Time Quartet as Madeleine L’Engle’s Theology.” JFA, 17.3(2006): 211-236.

Oziewicz, Marek. “Dwarf Resistance in Communist Poland: Fantastic-Ridiculous Dwarf Aesthetic as Political Subversion in the Orange Alternative Movement and the Movie Kingsize.” JFA 22.3 (2011): 363–76.

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Palumbo, Donald E. “‘Inspired. . . by Philip K. Dick’: Ambiguity, Deception, and Illusion in Total Recall.” 4.1, 69-80.

Palumbo, Donald.  “Asimov’s Crusade Against Bigotry: The Persistence of Prejudice as a Fractal Motif in the Robot/Empire/Foundation Metaseries.”  10.1 (Win. 1998): 43-63.

Palumbo, Donald. “Psychohistory and Chaos Theory: `The Foundation Trilogy’ and the Fractal Structure of Asimov’s Robot/Empire/Foundation Metaseries.” 7.1, 23-50.

Palumbo, Donald. “The Monomyth in Back to the Future: Science Fiction Film Comedy as Adolescent Wish-Fulfillment Fantasy.” JFA, 17.1(2006): 60-76.

Palumbo, Donald. “The Monomyth in Daniel Keyes’s Flowers for Algernon: Keyes, Cambell, and Plato.” JFA, 14.4(2004): 427-446.

Palumbo, Donald. “Alex Proyas’s I, Robot: Much More Faithful to Asimov Than You Think.” JFA 22.1 (2011): 60–74.

Palumbo, Donald. “Internal Allustions and Recurring Mysteries in Asimov’s Robot/Empire/Foundation Metaseries.”  13.2 (2002): 134-142.

Palumbo, Donald. “Snatching Victory from the Jaws of Defeat: Twenty Fractal Variations on a Theme in the Conclusions of Asimov’s Robot/Empire/Foundation Metaseries. 12.4, 406-16.

Palumbo, Donald. “The Back-up Plan, Guardianship, and Disguise: Interrelated Fractal Motifs in Asimov’s Robot/Empire/Foundation Metaseries.”  10.3 (1999): 286-307.

Palumbo, Donald. “The Monomyth and Chaos Theory: Perhaps We Should Believe in Magic.” 12.1, 34-76.

Palumbo, Donald.  “Metafiction in the Comics:  The Sensational She-Hulk.”  8.3,  310-330.

Palumbo, Donald.  “‘Plots Within Plots … Patterns Within Patterns’:  Chaos-Theory Concepts and Structures in Frank Herbert’s Dune Novels.”  8.1,  55-77.

Patrouch, Joe. “Symbolic Settings in Science Fiction: H.G. Wells, Ray Bradbury, and Harlan Ellison.” 1.3, 37-46.

Pearce, Howard. “The Play of the Critic.” 6.4, 371-75.

Penley, Constance. “The JFA Forum of SF Film.” 2.2, 38-39.

Pennington, John.  “Solar Mythology in George MacDonald’s ‘Little Daylight’ and ‘The Day Boy and the Night Girl.’”  10:3 (1999): 308-320.

Pennington, John. “”Eliminate All Other Factors”: Fantastic Hesitation in Arthur Conan Doyle’s The Hound of the Baskervilles.” JFA, 15.2(2005):132-143.

Pennington, John. “From Peter Rabbit to Watership Down: There and Back Again to the Arcadian Ideal.” 3.2, 66-80.

Pennington, John. “Shamanistic Mythmaking: From Civilization to Wilderness in Watership Down.” 6.1, 34-50.

Pennington, John. “Textual Doubling and Divided Selves: The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mary Reilly.” 6.2/3, 203-16.

Pesta, Duke. “”This Rough Magic I Here Abjure”: Shakespeare’s The Tempest and the Fairy-Tale Body.” JFA, 15.1(2004): 49-60.

Peters, John G. “Saturnalia and Sanctuary: The Role of the Tale in Watership Down.” 6.1, 51-62.

Petretto, Cecilia. “Attack of the Living Dead Virus: The Metaphor of Contagious Disease in Zombie Movies.” JFA, 17.1(2006): 21-32.

Pharr, Mary Ferguson. “From Pathos to Tragedy: Two Versions of The Fly.” 2.1, 37-46.

Phillips, Kenneth and Scott D. Vanderploeg. “Playing with Power: The Science of Magic in Interactive Fantasy.” 9.2: 142-56.

Pilinovsky, Helen. “The Hybridization of Genres: Reaping the Whirlwind” JFA, 15.3(2004): 189-191.

Pinsky, Mike. “The Mistaken Mistake: Permutations of the Golem Legend.” 7.2/3, 215-27.

Pippin, Tina, and George Aichele.  “Introduction: Fantasy and the Bible.”  8.2,  198-217.

Pippin, Tina. “Apocalyptic Horror.”  8.2,  198-217.

Pohl, Frederick. “The JFA Forum on SF Film.” 2.2, 19-20.

Pollin, Burton R. “Stephen King’s Fiction and the Legacy of Poe.” 5.4, 2-25.

Porcheddu, Fred. “Mrs. Todd’s (Pastoral) Shortcut.” JFA, 19.1(2008):5-24.

Pulliam, June. “Our Zombies, Ourselves: Exiting the Foucauldian Universe in George A. Romero’s Land of the Dead.” JFA 20.1 (2009): 42–56.

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Rabkin, Eric S. “The JFA Forum on SF Film.” 2.2, 24-28.

Ralickas, Vivian. “”Cosmic Horror” and the Question of the Sublime in Lovecraft.” JFA, 18.3(2007):364-398.

Ralickas, Vivian. “Art, Cosmic Horror, and the Fetishizing Gaze in the Fiction of H.P. Lovecraft.” JFA, 19.3(2008):297-316.

Reed, Peter.  “Kurt Vonnegut’s Fantastic Faces.”  10.1 (Win. 1998): 77-87.

Rieger, Gabriel A. “”Some Longing and at the Same Time Some Deadly Fear”: Victorian Masochism and Dracula.” JFA, 17.1(2006): 49-59.

Riggs, Don. “Fantastic Tropes in The Folk of the Air.” 1.3, 79-86.

Riggs, Don. “The Survival of the Goddess in Marie de France and Marion Zimmer Bradley.” 9.1: 15-23.

Riggs, Don. “Utopia’s Timing: Saturn, Jupiter and Michelangelo’s David.JFA, 14.3: 342-349.

Riggs, Don. “Utopia’s Timing: Saturn, Jupiter and Michelangelo’s David.JFA, 14.3: 342-349.

Riggs, Don. Fiery Shapes: Celestial Portents and Astrology in Ireland and Wales 700–1700, by Mark Williams. JFA 23.1 (2012): 158–60.

Ringel, Faye J. “Genetic Experimentation: Mad Scientists and the Beast. 2.1, 64-75.

Ringel, Faye. “Greer Gilman: An Introduction.” JFA, 19.2(2008):196-198.

Ringel, Faye. “The Art of Patricia McPhillip: Music and Magic.” JFA, 16.3(2005): 178-190.

Risden, E. L. “Beowulf, Tolkien, and Epic Epiphanies.” 9.3: 192-9.

Risden, E. L. “William Blake and the Personal Epic Fantastic.” 14.2, 417-24.

Rogers, Scott. “Joss Whedon’s Dollhouse and Joss Whedon’s Dollhouse.” JFA 22.2 (2011): 153–70.

Rose, Margaret. “Extraordinary Pasts: Steampunk as a Mode of Historical Representation.” JFA 20.3 (2009): 319–33.

Rossi, Umberto. “Shakespearean Reincarnations: An Intertextual Reading of J. G. Ballard’s ‘The Ultimate City’.” JFA 20.3 (2009): 363–84.

Rovano, Marcelaine Wininger. “The Angel as Fantasy Figure in Classic and Contemporary Film.” 5.3, 58-74.

Rowen, Norma. “Frankenstein Revisited: Doris Lessing’s The Fifth Child.” 2.3, 41-49.

Rucker, Rudy. “Seek the Gnarl.” JFA, 16.1(2005): 6-20.

Rudd, David. “Building Castles in the Air: (De)Construction in Howl’s Moving Castle.” JFA 21.2 (2010): 257–70.

Ruddick, Nicholas. “”Not So Very Blue, after All”: Resisting the Temptations to Correct Charles Perrault’s “Bluebeard”.” JFA, 15.4(2004): 346-357.

Ruddick, Nicholas. “Putting the Pieces Together: Information Theory, Neuromancer, and Science Fiction.” 3.4, 84-92.

Ruddick, Nick [Nicholas]. “The Search for a Quantum Ethics: Michael Frayn’s Copenhagen and Other Recent British Science Plays.” 11.4 (2001): 415-431.

Rycenga, Jennifer.  “Anguished Shouts and their Religious Echoes: Octavia Butler’s Kindred in the Religious Studies Classroom: Octavia Butler as Public Intellectual (ICFA-21 Panel).”  11.2 (2000): 185-189.

Ryman, Geoff. “The Science Fiction Dream.” JFA, 18.2(2007):232-246.

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Sanders, Joe Sutliff.  “Closure and Power in Salem’s Lot.”  10:2 (1999): 142-154.

Sanders, Joe. “Edge of Darkness as Transhuman Thriller.” 5.4, 83-91.

Sanders, Joe. “Raising Arizona: Not Quite Ozzie and Harriet Meet the Biker from Hell.” 6.2/3, 217-33.

Sandner, David. “Theorizing the Fantastic: Editing Fantastic Literature: A Critical Reader and the Six Stages of Fantasy Criticism.” JFA, 16.4(2005): 277-301.

Sandner, David. “Joseph Addison: The First Critic of the Fantastic.” 11.1 (2000): 52-61.

Sandner, David.  “Up-to-date with a Vengeance:  Modern Monsters in Bram Stoker’s Dracula and Margaret Oliphant’s ‘The Secret Chamber’.”  8.3,  294-309.

Sands-O’Connor, Karen. “Impertinent Miracles at the British Museum: Egyptology and Edwardian Fantasies for Young People.” JFA, 19.2(2008):224-237.

Sautter, Diane. “Erotic and Existential Paradoxes of the Golem: Marge Piercy’s He, She, and It.” 7.2/3, 255-68.

Sawyer, Andy. “‘Dreaming Real’: The Conquest of Psiberspace?” 9.4: 16-30.

Sawyer, Andy. “Narrativium and Lies-to-Children: ‘Palatable Instruction’ in The Science of Discworld.”  13.1 (2002): 62-81.

Schanfield, Lillian.  “Mystical Vs. Realistic Influences in Isaac Bashevis Singer’s In My Father’s House.”  11.2 (2000): 133-142.

Schanoes, Veronica L. “Book as Mirror, Mirror as Book: The Significance of the Looking-glass in Contemporary Revisions of Fairy Tales.” JFA 20.1 (2009): 5–23.

Schlobin, Roger C.  “‘rituals’ footprints ankle-deep in stone’: The Irrelevancy of Setting in the Fantastic.”  11.2 (2000): 154-163.

Schlobin, Roger C.  “Character, the Fantastic, and the Failure of Contemporary Literary Theory.”  13.3 (2003): 258-270.

Schlobin, Roger C.  “Resources for the Study of American Fantasy Literature Through 1998.”  10.4 (2000): 409-439.

Schlobin, Roger C. “Danger and Compulsion in The Wind in the Willows, or Toad and Hyde Together at Last.”  8.1,  34-41.

Schlobin, Roger C. “In Search of Creative Solitude in Modern Fantasy: An Essay on the Fascination with Evil.” 3.2, 5-13.

Schlobin, Roger C. “The Artisan in Modern Fantasy.” 6.4, 285-94.

Schlobin, Roger C. “The Craving for Meaning: Explicit Allegory in the Non-Implicit Age.” 5.1, 3-12.

Schlobin, Roger. “Children of a Darker God: A Taxonomy of Deep Horror Fiction and Film and Their Mass Popularity.” 1.1, 25-50.

Schlobin. Roger C. “The Femivore.” 2.1, 89-97.

Schober, Adrian. “Writing the Possessed Child in British Culture: James Herbert’s Shrine.” JFA, 14.4(2004): 447-458.

Schober, Adrian. “Writing the Possessed Child in British Culture: James Herbert’s Shrine.” JFA, 14.4(2004): 447-458.

Schreiber, Evelyn Jaffe. “Dream Visions and Stream-of-Consciousness: The Conscious and Unconscious Search for Meaning.” 7.4, 4-15.

Schuyler, William M., Jr. “Deconstructing Deconstruction: Chimeras of Form and Content in Samuel R. Delany.” 1.4, 67-76.

Schuyler, William M., Jr. “Magic as an Alternative to Science.” 9.2: 104-16.

Searsmith, Kelly.  “News from Somewhere: A Case for Romance-Tradition Fantasy’s Reformist Poetic.”  11.1 (2000): 62-76.

Searsmith, Kelly. “Contemporary Fantasy’s Foliate Face: An Interview with Charles Vess.” JFA, 17.2(2006): 105-122.

Sederholm, Carl. “What Screams are Made Of: Representing Cosmic Fear in H.P. Lovecraft’s “Pickman’s Model”.” JFA, 16.4(2005): 335-349.

Seegert, Alf. “The Mistress of Sp[l]ices: Technovirtual Liaisons in Adolfo Bioy Casares’s The Invention of Morel.” JFA 23.2 (2012): 197–214.

Senior, W. A. “Introduction: A Bibliographical Note on Harry Potter.” JFA, 17.1(2006): 1-3.

Senior, W. A. “Introduction: An SF Scenario: the Reality of 2005.” JFA, 16.2(2005):83-85.

Senior, W. A. “Introduction: Le Guin’s “Omelas”: Issues of Genre.” JFA, 15.3(2004): 186-188.

Senior, W. A. “Introduction: On Editing a Journal.” JFA, 14.4(2004): 391-393.

Senior, W. A. “Introduction: Orwellian Shadows.” JFA, 17.2(2006): 101-104.

Senior, W. A. “Introduction: Some Notes on “the abyss”: The Rhetoric of the Fantastic.” JFA, 16.4(2005): 273-276.

Senior, W. A. “Introduction: The Politics of Fantasy.” JFA, 15.1(2004): 1-3.

Senior, W. A. “Introduction: The Politics of Fantasy.” JFA, 15.1(2004): 1-3.

Senior, W. A. “Introduction: The Starbucks Tree” 14.3(2003):298-300.

Senior, W. A. “Introduction: The Tolkien Issue.” 9.3: 173-4.

Senior, W. A. “Medieval Literature and Modern Fantasy: Toward a Common Metaphysics.” 3.3, 32-49.

Senior, W. A. “To goon on pilgrimages: A Special Issue on Modern Fantasy and Medieval Literature.” 3.3, 3-5.

Senior, W. A. “Collections, Depositories, and Archives.” [Editorial / Introduction.] 13.1 (2002): 1-2.

Senior, W. A. “Editor’s Introduction.” 10:1 (Win. 1998): 1-3.

Senior, W. A. “Editor’s Note.”  14.1 (Spr. 2003): 2-3.

Senior, W. A. “Goblins.” [Editorial / Introduction.] 13.2 (2002): 110-113.

Senior, W. A. “Introduction.”  10.3 (1999): 203-205.

Senior, W. A. “Introduction: Gigaquestions.”  11.3 (2000): 233-235.

Senior, W. A. “Introduction: Muggling On.”  10.4 (2000): 327-329.

Senior, W. A. “Introduction: One Ring to Rule Them All.”  11.1 (2000): 5-7.

Senior, W. A. “Introduction: S-F or Fantasy?” 11.2 (2000): 130-132.

Senior, W. A. “The Fantastic in College and University Honors Programs.” [Editorial / Introduction.] 13.4 (2003): 332-334.

Senior, W. A. “Where Have All the Monsters Gone?”  14.2 (Sum. 2003): 214-216.

Senior, W.A.  “Introduction.”  [Special issue: A Century of Draculas.] 10.2 (1999): 107-8.

Senior, W.A. “Introduction: Scholarship and Context.” JFA, 16.1(2005):1-2.

Senior, W.A. “Introduction:Re-Examing Classics: Teaching Science Fiction.” JFA, 15.4(2004): 285-287.

Senior, W.A. “A Brief Editor’s Note.” 13.3 (2003): 214.

Senior, William A. “Introduction: Frank Herbert’s Prescience: Dune and the Modern World.” JFA, 17.4(2006): 317-320.

Senior, William A. “Introduction: The Botnet/Zombie Army: Cyber-Terrorism.” JFA, 17.3(2006): 207-210.

Senior, William A.  “Etymological Whimsy.”  8.3,  279-280.

Senior,W. A. “Introduction: Defending the Fantastic – Redux.” JFA, 15.2(2005): 97-100.

Serra, Ilaria. “Disney World: A Plastic Monument to Death: From Rabelais to Disney” JFA, 14.4(2004): 459-470.

Sharpe, Victoria. “The Goddess Restored.” 9.1: 36-45.

Shiffman, Smadar. “Someone Else’s Dream? An Approach to Twentieth Century Fantastic Fiction.”  13.4 (2003): 352-367.

Shiner, Lewis. “The JFA Forum on SF Film.” 2.2, 15-16.

Shippey, T. A. “Review: Patrick Curry’s Defending Middle Earth.” 9.3: 251-3.

Shippey, T. A. and Verlyn Flieger. “Allegory and Bounce: Tolkien’s Smith of Wooten Major.” 12.2, 186-200.

Shippey, Tom.  “Alternate Historians:  Newt, Kingers, Harry, and Me.”  8.1,  15-33.

Shirley, John. “The JFA Forum on SF Film.” 2.2, 20-21.

Sieber, Sharon.  “A Syntax of Symbols in the Representation of Death and Dreams: Death as Simultaneity in Siesta and Jacob’s Ladder.”  14.1 (Spr. 2003): 86-99.

Simmons, Dan.  “Shapeshifters and Skinwalkers:  The Writer’s Curse of Negative Capability.”  8.4: 398-418.

Simmons, James R. “‘If America goes on Breeding Men Like That’: Dracula’s Quincey Morris Problematized.” 12.4, 425-36.

Simons, Kate.  “Thresholds Crossed and Boundaries Broken? A Kristevan Insight into Ian Irvine’s Quartet, The View from the Mirror.”  13.4 (2003): 368-378.

Slethaug, Gordon A. “Doubles and Doubling in the Arts.” 6.2/3, 100-06.

Slusser, George. “The JFA Forum on SF Film.” 2.2, 35-38.

Smith, B. R. “American Gothic: Tales of the Supernatural in Prime Time TV.” 14.1 (Spr. 2003):  77-85.

Smith, Curtis C. “The Legacy of Mack Reynolds.” 5.4, 73-82.

Smith, Evans Lansing. “The Golem and the Garland of Letters in Borges and Broch.” 7.2/3, 177-90.

Snell, Heather. “The Postcolonial Fantastic as New Ground of Invention: Reading Carole McDonnell’s ‘Lingua Franca’.” JFA 20.3 (2009): 350–62.

Sobchack, Vivian. “The JFA Forum on SF Film.” 2.2, 10-12.

Souto, Marciel. “Words for Worlds: SF into Spanish.” JFA, 15.1(2004): 61-66.

Stableford, Brian. “How should a Science Fiction Story Begin?” 12.3, 322-37.

Standish, Tim. Illustrations. 3.2, 53-54.

Stein, Atara. “Fictionalized Romantics: Byron, Shelley, and Keats as Characters in Contemporary Genre Fiction.”  13.4 (2003): 379-388.

Stein, Leon. “A Holocaust Education in Reverse: Stephen King’s ‘The Summer of Corruption: Apt Pupil.'” 5.2, 60-79.

Steinke, Gabriela. “The Games People Play.” JFA 21.2 (2010): 187–96.

Stobert, Samantha. “‘Misery is Manifold’: Bereavement in the Tales of Edgar Allan Poe.” 11.3 (2001): 282-293.

Stratton, Susan. “PSI and Technology in Science Fiction.” 9.4: 70-81.

Strauss, Walter A. “The Golem on the Operatic Stage: Nature’s Warning.” 7.2/3, 190-200.

Struebig, Patricia, “Transvestites and Transformations, or Take it Off and Get real: Queneau’s Zazie dans le metro ,” 1.2, 49-64.

Stypczynski, Brent. “Wolf in Professor’s Clothing: J. K. Rowling’s Werewolf as Educator.” JFA 20.1 (2009): 57–69.

Sullivan, C. W., III and Kathryn Fladenmuller. “Introduction: Of Goddesses.” 9.1: 1-2.

Sullivan, C. W., III. “Heinlein Critisicm and the Scribner’s Juveniles.” JFA, 17.2(2006): 169-180.

Sullivan, C. W., III. “One More Time: The Conclusion of Alan Garner’s The Owl Service.” 9.1: 46-54.

Sullivan, C.W., III.  “Kenneth Morris: The Milestone in Welsh Celtic Fantasy Fiction.” JFA, 16.2(2005): 142-151.

Sullivan, C.W., III. “”Chops, . . . Cheese, New Bread, Great Swills of Beer”: Food and Home in Kenneth Grahame’s The Wind in the Willows.” JFA, 15.2(2005):144-152.

Sullivan, C.W., III. “Tolkien and the Telling of a Traditional Narrative.” 7.1, 75-82.

Sullivan, C.W., III. “Celtic Myth and English-Language Fantasy Literature: Possible New Directions.”  10:1 (Win. 1998): 88-96.

Swazo, Norman K. “Bereshith and Ainulindalë: Allegoresis and Exegesis in Tension.” JFA, 16.4(2005): 302-319.

Swift, Sondra F. “In and Out of the Labyrint: Myth and Minotaur in MacDonald Harris’s Bull Fire and Steven Sherrill’s The Minotaur Takes a Cigarette Break.” JFA, 17.3(2006): 255-265.

Swinford, Dean. “Defining Irrrealism: Development and Allegorical Possibility.” 12.1, 77-89.

Szeps, Christiane. “Edouard Glissant’s La Lezarde: Between the Magical Surreal and the Fantastic.” JFA, 15.4(2004): 358-68.

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Tal, Eve.  “Deconstructing the Peach:  James and the Giant Peach as Post-Modern Fairy Tale.”  14.2 (Sum. 2003): 265-276.

Tamas, Benyei.  “Leakings: Reappropriating Science Fiction – The Case of Kurt Vonnegut.”  11.4 (2001): 432-453.

Tatsumi, Takayuki. “Race and Black Humor: From a Planetary Perspective.” JFA 21.3 (2010): 439–54.

Telotte, J.P. “In The Realm of Revealing: The Technological Double in the Modern Science Fiction Film.” 6.2/3, 234-52.

Thiess, Derek. “Religion, Monstrosity, and the Sovereign Decision in Blish’s  A Case of Conscience.” JFA, 19.3(2008): 331-348.

Tibbetts, John C. “Pictures in the Fire: An Interview with Peter Straub.” JFA 22.3 (2011): 377–94.

Tibbetts, John. “The Watchers:Tales of Tomorrow on Television.” JFA, 19.3(2008):379-398.

Timmons, Daniel. “J. R. R. Tolkien: The Monstrous in the Mirror.” 9.3: 229-46.

Tinkleman, Murray. Art Portfolio. Bob Gray. 2.2, 65-68.

Tobin-McClain, Lee.  “Paranormal Romance:  Secrets of the Female Fantastic.”  11.3 (2001): 294-306.

Trapp, Joona Smitherman.  “The Image of the Vampire in the Struggle for Societal Power: Dan Simmons’ Children of the Night.”  10:2 (1999): 155-162.

Trussler, Michael.  “Spectral Witnesses:  The Doubled Voice in Martin Amis’s Time’s Arrow, Toni Morrison’s Beloved and Wim Wenders’ Wings of Desire.”  14.1 (Spr. 2003): 28-50.

Tucker, Nicholas. “Keynote Address: Diana Wynne Jones.” JFA 21.2 (2010): 162– 68.

Turner, Craig. “Dreaming the Role: Acting and the Structure of Imagination.” 7.4, 16-29.

Tymn, Marshall B, ed. “The Year’s Best Scholarship in Fantastic Literature in the Arts.” 2.3, 63-128.

Tymn, Marshall B. “Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts.” 1.1, 3-4.

Tymn, Marshall B. “Revisiting Doris Lessing: A Checklist of Critical Studies.” 2.3, 50-62.

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Vanderploeg, Scott D. and Kenneth Phillips. “Playing with Power: The Science of Magic in Interactive Fantasy.” 9.2: 142-56.

Vaughn, Sue Fisher. “The Female Hero in Science Fiction and Fantasy: ‘Carrier Bag’ to ‘No-Road.'” 4.4, 82-96.

Verlager, Alicia. Rev. of Fan Fiction and Fan Communities in the Age of the Internet: New Essays, by Karen Hellekson and Kristina Busse, eds. JFA 20.1 (2009): 147–49.

Vinge, Venor. “What Future for Fantasy?” JFA, 19.2(2008):175-177.

Vint, Sherryl. “”Peter Straub and John Crowley in Converstation.”ICFA 26, March 18, 2005. Moderated by Gary Wolfe.” JFA, 16.1(2005): 49-61.

Vint, Sherryl. “Cultural Imperialism and the End of Empire in Iain M. Banks’s Look to Windward.” JFA, 18.1(2007):83-99.

Vint, Sherryl. “Roger Luckhurst: An Introduction.” JFA, 19.2(2008): 178-180.

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Waldrop, Howard. “The JFA Forum on SF Film.” 2.2, 12-13.

Walls, Kathryn. “When Curiosity Gets the Better of Us: The Atomic Bomb in The Magician’s Nephew.” JFA 20.3 (2009): 334–49.

Watson, Greer.  “Assumptions of Reality: Low Fantasy, Magical Realism, and the Fantastic.” 11.2 (2000): 164-172.

Watson, Greer. “Magic or Make-Believe? Acquiring the Conventions of Witches and Witchcraft.” 6.4, 341-59.

Watson, Greer. “Tertiary Reality in Children’s Fantasy.” JFA, 14.3(2003): 350-366.

Watson, Greer. “Tertiary Reality in Children’s Fantasy.” JFA, 14.3(2003): 350-366.

Weaver, Roslyn. “At the End of the World: Australian Adolescent Literature and Apocalypse.” JFA, 17.2(2006): 155-168.

Webb, Caroline. “‘False Pretences’ and the ‘Real Show’: Identity, Performance, and the Nature of Fiction in Conrad’s Fate.” JFA 21.2 (2010): 221–32.

Weese, Kathy. “”The Eyes in the Trees”: Transculturation and Magical Realism in Barbera Kingsolver’s The Poisonwood Bible.JFA, 17.1(2006): 4-20

Weil, Ellen R. “The Door to Lilith’s Cave: Memory and Imagination in Jane Yolen’s Holocaust Novels.” 5.2, 90-104.

Weil, Ellen R. “The Ellison Personae: Author, Storyteller, Narrator.” 1.3, 27-36.

Weinstock, Jeffrey A.  “The Disappointed Bridge:  Textual Hauntings in Joyce’s Ulysses.”  8.3,  347-369.

Weinstock, Jeffrey. “Circumcising Dracula.” 12.1, 90-112.

Wenaus, Andrew. “‘Spells Out The Word of Itself, and Then Dispelling Itself’: The Chaotics of Memory and the Ghost of the Novel in Jeff Noon’s Falling out of Cars.” JFA 23.2 (2012): 260–84.

Wendland, Albert.  “Touching the Night Sky: ‘Progressing’ the Fifties in Strange Adventures and Mystery in Space.”  13.4 (2003): 389-402.

West, Richard C. “Humankind and Reality: Illusion and Self-Deception in Peter S. Beagle’s Fiction.” 1.3, 47-54.

West, Richard C. “Review: Verlyn Flieger’s A Question of Time.” 9.3: 247-53.

Westcott, Catherine Morris. “The Parsifal Influence in the Work of Jean Deville.” 3.1, 5-14.

Wheat, David. “Dubya’s Game: Motive Utilitarianism and the Doctrine of Preemption.” JFA, 17.3(2006): 266-283.

White, Eric. “Insects and Automata in Hoffman, Balzac, Carter, and del Toro.” JFA, 19.3(2008):363-378.

Whitlark, James.  “Horrifying ‘Boredom’ in Michael Crichton’s Fictions.” 13.3 (2003): 226-238.

Whittingham, Elizabeth A. “The Mythology of ‘Ainulindale’: Tolkien’s Creation of Hope.” 9.3: 212-28.

Willis, Connie. “Dorothy Parker, Primeval, Little Nell, Robert Heinlein, Emma Thompson, Reports of My Death, Shakespeare, and Other Thoughts on Comedy.” JFA 22.3 (2011): 315–21.

Wilson, David H. “The Pathological Machine: Dark City’s translation of Schreber’s Memoirs.” JFA, 15.2(2005): 153-164.

Wolf, Tim.  “Adulthood’s Beginning:  From Centered Oneness to Centerless Manyness in Greg Bear’s Forge of God and Anvil of Stars.”  8.1,  78-98.

Wolfe, Gary K.  “Stasis and Chaos: Some Popular Dynamics of Popular Culture.”  10.1 (Win. 1998): 4-16.

Wolfe, Gary K. “Beagle and Ellison: A Special Issue.” 1.3, 3-6.

Wolfe, Gary K. “Introduction: Fantasy as Testimony” [Holocaust Issue]. 5.2, 3-10.

Wolfe, Gary K. “The Artifact as Icon in Science Fiction.” 1.1, 51-70.

Wolfe, Gary K. “Connie Willis: An Introduction.” JFA 22.3 (2011): 313–14.

Wolfe, Gary K. “Guy Gavriel Kay: An Introduction.” JFA 20.2 (2009): 238–39.

Wolfe, Gary K. and Beamer, Amelia. “Peter Straub and Transcendental Horror.” JFA, 18.2(2007):217-231.

Wolfe, Graham. “Shapeshifting in Caryl Churchill’s The Skriker.” JFA 22.2 (2011): 234–56.

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Worley, Lloyd. “Loving Death: The Meaning of Male Impotence in Vampire Literature.” 2.1, 25-36.

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Yarrow, Ralph. “Putting a Red Nose on the Text: Play and Performance in the Postmodern Fantastic.” 1.4, 19-28.

Yep, Laurence. “Dragons I Have Known and Loved.” JFA 21.3 (2010): 386–93.

Yin, Philippa B., “Structural and Psychological Aspects of the Spider Woman Symbol in Kiss of the Spider Woman,” 1.2, 65-82.

Yogev, Michael P. “The Fantastic in Holocaust Literature: Writing and Unwriting the Unbearable.” 5.2, 32-48.

Yoke, Carl B. “Critics in the Gulag.” 1.2, 3-4.

Yoke, Carl B. “Cub Scouts Don’t Have Heavy Artillery.” 2.4, 2-5.

Yoke, Carl B. “Did You Know that Paul McCartney Had a Band Before Wings?” 3.2, 2-4.

Yoke, Carl B. “How Do You Get Into this Line of Work, Mister Buonarroti?” 3.4, 80-83.

Yoke, Carl B. “Introduction: Mirror, Mirror on the Wall.” 9.2: 87-92.

Yoke, Carl B. “Phoenix Rising: Like Dracula from the Grave.” 2.1, 2-3.

Yoke, Carl B. “Poof! Now You See Me, Now You Don’t.” 4.2, 2-7.

Yoke, Carl B. “Slaying the Dragon Within: Andre Norton’s Female Heros.” 4.3, 79-92.

Yoke, Carl B. “Within a Circle of Silver.” 4.1, 3-6.

Yolen, Jane. “Foreword: The Rumpelstiltskin Factor.” 5.2, 11-13.

Young, Helen. “Diversity and Difference: Cosmopolitanism and The Lord of the Rings.” JFA 21.3 (2010): 351–65.

Yuan, Yuan. “Introduction: Dream and Narrative Space.” 7.4, 1-3.

Yunis, Susan and Tammy Ostrander.  “Tales your Mother Never Told You:  Aliens and the Horrors of Motherhood.”  14.1 (Spr. 2003): 68-76.

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Zanger, Jules. “The City from the Inside: Poe’s Urban Fiction.” 3.2, 29-36.

Zanger, Jules. “The Last of the Just: Lifting Moloch to Heaven.” 5.2, 49-59.

Zebrowski, George. “The JFA Forum on SF Film.” 2.2, 23-24.

Zhu, Jianjiong. “Reality, Fiction, and Wu in The Man in the High Castle.” 5.3, 36-45.

Zipes, Jack.  “The Contamination of the Fairy Tale, or the Changing Nature of the Grimms’ Fairy Tales.”  11.1 (2000): 77-93.

Zipes, Jack. “Recent Trends in the Contemporary American Fairy Tale.” 5.1, 13-41.