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 29.3

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“A Conversation about Fantasy with Ursula K. Le Guin and Brian Attebery.” JFA 17.4 (2006): 371-82.

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.

Agan, Cami D. “An Account of a Lost Geography: ‘Of Beleriand and Its Realms’.” JFA 30.1 (2019): 85-102.

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

Aichele, George, Jr. “Fantasy and the Gospels: Theological and Ideological Implications.” 8.2, 170-84.

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

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.

Alexander, Jonathan and Jasmine Lee. “‘We Are All Abnegation Now’: Suffering Agency in the Divergent Series.” JFA 28.3 (2017): 388-401.

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.

Anderson, Nicholas. “‘Only We Have Perished’: Karel Čapek’s R.U.R. and the Catastrophe of Humankind”.” JFA 25.2-3 (2014): 255-75. [226-46]

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

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

Ashford, David. “‘Orc Talk’: Soviet Linguistics in Tolkien’s Middle-Earth.” JFA 29.1 (2018): 26-40.

Attebery, Brian. “Introduction: Adapting to Adaptations.” JFA 24.3 (2013): 394-98.

Attebery, Brian. “Cultural Negotiation in Science Fiction Literature and Film.” 11.4 (2001): 346-58.

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

Attebery, Brian. “Introduction: Epic Fantasy.” JFA 29.1 (2018): 1-3.

Attebery, Brian. “Introduction: Fantasy and Oral Tradition.” JFA 29.2 (2018): 175-78.

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: Happy Anniversaries.” JFA 30.1 (2019): 1-3.

Attebery, Brian. “Holly Black: An Introduction.” JFA 28.1 (2017): 26.

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

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

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

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

Attebery, Brian. “Introduction: Big Phanta versus Home Cures.” JFA 27.2 (2016): 201-03.

Attebery, Brian. “Introduction: Canada and Other Ambiguous States.” JFA 26.2 (2015): 233-35.

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

Attebery, Brian. “Introduction: Critical Networks.” JFA 27.3 (2016): 389-91.

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: Everything Old is New Again.” JFA 28.2 (2017): 199-201.

Attebery, Brian. “Introduction: Fantastic Empires.” JFA 26.1 (2015): 1-3.

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: Fantastic Science/Scientific Fantasy.” JFA 27.1 (2016): 1-3.

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

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

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

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

Attebery, Brian. “Introduction: ‘More Fantasy Crap,’ or, Why We Fight.” JFA 19.3 (2008): 293-96.

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

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

Attebery, Brian. “Introduction: Reinhabiting Fantasy.” JFA 25.1 (2014): 1-2.

Attebery, Brian. “Introduction: Tales of Faëry and Wonder.” JFA 28.1 (2017): 1-3.

Attebery, Brian. “Introduction: Techniques of Transport.” JFA 24.1 (2013): 1-3.

Attebery, Brian. “Introduction: Theorizing the Fantastic.” JFA 29.3 (2018): 333-35.

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. “Nike Sulway: An Introduction.” JFA 30.1 (2019): 40-41.

Attebery, Brian. “Peake Studies.” (Book Review) 3.4, 151-52.

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

Attebery, Brian. “Terri Windling: An Introduction.” JFA 28.1 (2017): 31-32.

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

Attebery, Stina. “Colin Milburn: An Introduction.” JFA 27.1 (2016): 26-27.

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): 317-30.

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


Bacchilega, Cristina. “Where Can Wonder Take Us?” JFA 281. (2017): 6-25.

Bacon, Simon. Review Essay “Devil’s Advocates.” Let the Right One In, by Anne Bilson, Suspiria, by Alexandra Heller-Nicholas, and The Blair Witch Project, by Peter Turner. JFA 28.1 (2017): 123-28.

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

Baker, Daniel. “Within the Door: Portal-Quest Fantasy in Gaiman and Miéville.” JFA 27.3 (2016): 470-93.

Baker, Neal. “The US-Japan Security Alliance and Blood: The Last Vampire.” 13.2 (2002): 143-52.

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.

Banerjee, Suparno. “Ruptured Bodies and Invaded Grains: Biotechnology as Bioviolence in Indian Science Fiction.” JFA 26.1 (2015): 58-75.

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

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

Bausman, Cassandra. “Convention Un-done: Un Lun Dun’s Unchosen Heroine and Narrative (Re)Vision.” JFA 25.1 (2014): 28-53.

Bautista, Daniel. “Comic Book Realism: Form and Genre in Junot Díaz’s The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao.” JFA 21.1 (2010): 41-53.

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): 204-23.

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): 284-93.

Berlina, Alexandra. “Fantastic Polyvalence beyond Dichotomies: The Snow Queen and The Snow Child.” JFA 26.2 (2015): 236-50.

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. “Introduction: Overview of AfterLives: What’s next for Humanity?” JFA 25.2-3 (2014): 252-54. [223-25]

Bishop, Kyle William. “Technophobia and the Cyborg Menace: Buffy Summers as Neo-Human Avatar.” JFA 19.3 (2008): 349-62.

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

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

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

Boehm, Carl. “Superman: Myth Through the Christ and the Revelation.” 11.3 (2001): 236-44.

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

Bok, Hannas. Illustration. 3.2, 49.

Boon, Kevin Alexander. “Episteme-ology of Science Fiction.” 11.4 (2001): 359-74.

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

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): 245-56.

Botting, Fred. “Infinite Monstrosity: Justice, Terror, and Trauma in Frankenstein in Baghdad.” JFA 30.1 (2019): 6-24.

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.

Budruweit, Kelly. “Twilight’s Heteronormative Reversal of the Monstrous: Utopia and the Gothic Design.” JFA 27.2 (2016): 270-89.

Budrys, 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): 350-68.

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, 244-74.

Butler, Andrew. “Between the ‘Deaths’ of Science Fiction: A Skeptical View for the Possibility of Anti-Genres.” JFA 15.3 (2004): 208-16.

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

Byatt, Jim. “‘From Zoo. To Bot.’: (De)Composition in Jim Crace’s Being Dead.” JFA 25.2-3 (2014): 276-92. [247-63]


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

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

Canaan, Howard. “The Pressures of History and Fiction in Geoff Ryman’s Was.” 13.3 (2003): 218-25.

Canavan, A. P. “Steven Erikson: An Introduction, by A. P. Canavan.” JFA 29.1 (2018): 18-20.

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): 175-78.

Carroll, Conrad. “Considering Fantasy in the Bible: The Elusive Presence of the Unerasable Trace.” 8.2, 124-50.

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): 308-18.

Carroll, Siobhan. “Introduction: Nnedi Okorafor.” JFA 26.1 (2015): 19-20.

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

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

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

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.

Chattopadhyay, Boddhisattva. “Kalpavigyan and Imperial Technoscience: Three Nodes of an Argument.” JFA 28.1 (2017): 102-22.

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.

Chelland, Frances. “Octavia Butler in the Classroom: Octavia Butler as Public Intellectual (ICFA-21 Panel).” 11.2 (2000): 182-84.

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.

Christiansen, Steen. “Terminal Films.” JFA 25.2-3 (2014): 293-306. [264-77]

Clemons, Amy Lea. “Adapting Revelation: Good Omens as Comic Corrective.” JFA 28.1 (2017): 86-101.

Cloyd, Aaron. “Electric Nature: (Re)Constructing Wilderness in Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?JFA 26.1 (2015): 76-91.

Clute, John. “Canary Fever.” JFA 15.3 (2004): 217-27.

Clute, John. “Grail, Groundhog, Godgame: Or, Doing Fantasy.” 10.4 (2000): 330-37.

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

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): 257-65.

Collins, Robert A. “Tepper’s ‘Chinanga’: A Parable of Deconstruction.” 8.4, 443-63.

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

Conley, Greg. “The Uncrossable Evolutionary Gulfs of Algernon Blackwood.” JFA 24.3 (2013): 426-45.

Connor, Anne. “Taking the Bite out of the Vagina Dentata: Latin American Women Authors’ Fantastic Transformation of the Feline Fatale.” JFA 24.1 (2013): 41-60.

Coss, David L. “Sutpen’s Sentient House.” JFA 15.2 (2005): 101-18.

Covino, William. “Introduction: Octavia Butler as Public Intellectual (ICFA-21 Panel).” 11.2 (2000): 173-74.

Crago, Hugh. “‘With a tale he cometh to you’: A Phenomenological Journey to the Center of Story.” JFA 29.3 (2018): 422-44.

Craig, J. Robert. “Guest Editor’s Introduction [ICFA: Culture of the Fantastic, Part I].” 13.3 (2003): 215-17.

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): 206-30.

Cribb, Susan M. “‘If I had to write with a pen’: Readership and Bram Stoker’s Diary Narrative.” 10:2 (1999): 133-41.

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.

Csicserny-Ronay, Jr., Istvan. “Science Fiction and the Imperial Audience.” JFA 26.1 (2015): 7-18.


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 Fantastic 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, 120-38.

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-Siècle.” JFA 23.1 (2012): 4–24.

Dean, Tanya. “Piano Guts and Other Mothers: Staging Fantasy in David Greenspan and Stephin Merritt’s Musical Adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s Coraline.” JFA 24.2 (2013): 264-74.

Dendle, Peter. “Patristic Demonology and Lovecraft’s ‘From Beyond’.” 8.3, 281-93.

Deuze, Mark. “Living as a Zombie in Media is the Only Way to Survive.” JFA 25.2-3 (2014): 307-23. [278-94]

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 Literacies 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, 185-97.

Donawerth, Jane. “Performing the Technologies of Gender: Representations of Television in Science Fiction by Women.” JFA 18.2 (2007): 152-65.

Donner, Mathieu. “‘I have to figure out who I am’: Embodied Self, Time, and the Ethics of Adolescence in David Levithan’s Every Day.” JFA 28.3 (2017): 402-24.

Donner, Mathieu. “Introduction: Reading the Body, Reading (YA) Fiction.” JFA 28.3 (2017): 339-43.

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, 116-23.

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.

Duggan, Anne E. “From Genie to Efreet.” JFA 26.1 (2015): 113-35.

Duncan, Andy. “John Kessel: A Biased Introduction.” JFA 30.1 (2019): 25-28.

Dziemianowicz, Stephan. “Nirvana for Sleaze-lovers” [book review]. 2.2, 110-11.


Easterbrook, Neil. “Edward James: An Introduction, by Neil Easterbrook.” JFA 29.1 (2018): 4-6.

Ekman, Stefan. “London Urban Fantasy: Places in History.” JFA 29.3 (2018): 380-401.

Ekman, Stefan. “Urban Fantasy: A Literature of the Unseen.” JFA 27.3 (2016): 452-69.

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: McKillip and the Landscape of the Female Hero-Identity.” JFA 16.3 (2005): 206-18.

Erikson, Steven. “Stand Fast.” JFA 29.1 (2018): 21-25.

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

Evans, Taylor. “The Technology of Race: White Supremacy and Scientifiction.” JFA 27.1 (2016): 47-67.

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.


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

Farris, Anelise. “Guests in Conversation: An Interview With Holly Black.” JFA 28.1 (2017): 27-30.

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): 166-86.

Ferrier-Watson, Sean. “The Many Roads of Oz: An Existential Reading of Maguire’s ‘Wicked Witch of the West’.” JFA 28.2 (2017): 219-35.

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. “Who’s Got the Goddess?” 9.1: 3-14.

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

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. “Paradigms of Colonization: Exploring Themes of Imperialism in Guy Gavriel Kay’s Tigana.” 13.2 (2002): 114-33.

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

Francis, Toni. “Destiny Manifesto: Octavia Butler as Public Intellectual (ICFA-21 Panel).” 11.2 (2000): 179-81.

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

Frelik, Paweł. “Dark Matters: Mapping Science Fiction on the Extreme Metal Continuum.” JFA 24.2 (2013): 289-309.

French, Jana L. “‘I’m telling you stories….Trust me’: Gender, Desire, and Identity in Jeanette Winterson’s Historical Fantasies.” 10.3 (1999): 231-52.

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): 237-54.

Fuller, Sarah Canfield. “Reading the Cyborg in Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein.” 14.2 (Sum. 2003): 217-27.


Gaiman, Neil. “The Pornography of Genre, or the Genre of Pornography.” JFA 24.3 (2013): 401-07.

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): 321-33.

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): 228-45.

Gershuny, Walter. “Tripping the Light Fantastic With Theodore de Banville.” 10.3: 253-61.

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.

Glasner, Lily. “‘But what does it all mean?’: Religious Reality as a Political Call in the Chronicles of Narnia.” JFA 25.1 (2014): 54-77.

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.

Goodwin, Jonathan. “Telepathy and Cosmic Horror in Olaf Stapledon’s The Flames.” JFA 25.1 (2014): 78-92.

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): 301-17.

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. “Andrea Hairston: An Introduction.” JFA 22.3 (2011): 322-25.

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, and Isabella van Elferen. “Introduction: ‘Should we poke it with a stick?’: Approaches to Fantastic Performance.” JFA 24.2 (2013): 184-87.

Guzkowski, Adam. “Movements in Space: Science Fiction, Dance, and the Politics of Performance.” JFA 24.2 (2013): 231-45.


Haberkorn, Gideon. “Cultural Palimpsests: Terry Pratchett’s New Fantasy Heroes.” JFA 18.3 (2007): 319-39.

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

Hairston, Andrea. “Lord of the Monsters: Minstrels Redux: King Kong, Hip Hop, and the Brutal Black Buck.” JFA 18.2 (2007): 187-99.

Haldeman, Joe. “Venor Vinge: An Introduction.” JFA 19.2 (2008): 173-74.

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): 119-31.

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 Jordan. ”Fifty Years On: Animal Farm Gets Under the Skin.” 14.2 (Sum. 2003): 246-54.

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

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

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

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): 115-23.

Harse, Katie. ‘“Sick of Count Dracula’: Scott, Carter, Rice and the Response to Stoker’s Authority.” 13.3 (2003): 250-57.

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, 419-42.

Heise-von der Lippe, Anya. “Fred Botting: An Introduction.” JFA 30.1 (2019): 4.

Heiss, [Ralph] Lokke. “Madame Dracula: The Life of Emily Gerard.” 10:2 (1999): 174-86.

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. “Tanith Lee’s Werewolves Within: Reversals of Gothic Tradition.” 2.1, 15-23.

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

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

Holte, James Craig. “A Century of Draculas.”  10:2 (1999): 109-14.

Holte, James Craig. “Not All Fangs are Phallic: Female Film Vampires.”  10:2 (1999): 163-73.

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.

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

Horstkotte, Martin. “The Worlds of the Fantastic Other in PostModern English Fiction.” JFA 14.3 (2003): 318-32.

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

Hume, Kathryn. “James Morrow: An Introduction.” JFA 27.1 (2016): 4-5.

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.


Inge, M. Thomas. “Harvey Kurtzman’s MAD: Subversion and Fantasy.” JFA 17.2 (2006): 123-39.

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): 262-75.


James, Edward. “Epics in Three Parts.” JFA 29.1 (2018): 7-17.

Janicker, Rebecca. “Visions of Monstrosity: Lovecraft, Adaptation and the Comic Arts.” JFA 26.3 (2015): 469-88.

Jenkins, Alice. “Knowing and Geography in Octavia Butler, Ursula K. Le Guin and Maureen McHugh.” JFA 16.4 (2005): 320-34.

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, 443-63.

Johnson, Kij, and Brian Attebery. “Ten Questions for Kij Johnson.” JFA 24.3 (2013): 421-25.

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

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

Jones, Caroline E. “Changing the World: Faces of Rebellion in Suzanne Collins’s Hunger Games Trilogy.” JFA 27.2 (2016): 225-47.

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): 333-41.

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

Jurich, Marilyn. “Children Stranded ‘Among These Dark Satanic Mills’: The Child’s Response to Evil in Fantasies From Four Different Countries.” 13.3 (2003): 271-81.

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

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


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.

Keetley, Dawn. “Zombie Republic: Property and the Propertyless Multitude in Romero’s Dead Films and Kirkman’s The Walking Dead.” JFA 25.2-3 (2014): 324-42. [295-313]

Kelleghan, Fiona. “Something Hungry This Way Comes: Terrestrial and Ex-Terrestrial Feline Feeding Patterns and Behavior.” 10.4 (2000): 338-52.

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

Kelso, Sylvia. “The Feminist and the Vampire: Constructing Postmodern Bodies.” 8.4, 472-87.

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

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.

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

Kessel, John. “Mary, Jane, and Me.” JFA 30.1 (2019): 29-39.

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): 110-27.

Kiausch, Usch [Ursula]. “Orchids in A Cage: Political Myths and Social Reality in East German Science Fiction (1949-1989).” 11.4 (2001): 375-94.

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

Kincaid, Paul. Review Essay “Classic? SF?” BFI Film Classics Series: Solaris, by Mark Bould; Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, by Andrew M. Butler; The War of the Worlds, by Barry Forshaw; Silent Running, by Mark Kermode; Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb, by Peter Krämer; Akira, by Michelle Le Blanc and Colin Odell; Alien, by Roger Luckhurst; Brazil, by Paul McAuley; Quatermass and the Pit, by Kim Newman. JFA 26.3 (2015): 546-50.

Kincaid, Paul. Review Essay: “(Mis)representing Wells.” Rev. of H. G. Wells’s The Sea Lady: A Tissue of Moonshine: A Critical Text of the 1902 London First Edition, with an Introduction and Appendices, The Annotated H.G. Wells 7, edited by Leon Stover; Man Who Could Work Miracles: A Critical Text of the 1936 New York First Edition, with an Introduction and Appendices, The Annotated H.G. Wells 8, edited by Leon Stover; Things to Come: A Critical Text of the 1935 London First Edition, with an Introduction and Appendices, The Annotated H.G. Wells 9, edited by Leon Stover; The Time Machine: An Invention: A Critical Text of the 1895 London First Edition, with an Introduction and Appendices, The Annotated H.G. Wells 1, edited by Leon Stover; The Island of Doctor Moreau: A Critical Text of the 1896 London First Edition, with an Introduction and Appendices, The Annotated H.G. Wells 2, edited by Leon Stover; The Invisible Man: A Grotesque Romance: A Critical Text of the 1897 New York First Edition, with an Introduction and Appendices, The Annotated H.G. Wells 3, edited by Leon Stover; The War of the Worlds: A Critical Text of the 1898 London First Edition, with an Introduction, Illustrations and Appendices, The Annotated H.G. Wells 4, edited by Leon Stover; When the Sleeper Wakes: A Critical Text of the 1899 New York and London First Edition, with an Introduction and Appendices, The Annotated H.G. Wells 5, edited by Leon Stover; The First Men in the Moon: A Critical Text of the 1901 London First Edition, with an Introduction and Appendices, The Annotated H.G. Wells 6, edited by Leon Stover. JFA 24.1 (2013): 83- 96.

Kincaid, Paul. Review Essay “Political Fantasy and Speculative Fictions.” Political Future Fiction: Speculative and Counter-Factual Politics in Edwardian Fiction, by Kate Macdonald, general ed.; Volume 1. The Empire of the Future, by Richard Bleiler, ed.; Volume 2. Fictions of a Feminist Future, by Kate Macdonald; Volume 3. Speculative Fiction and Imperialism in Africa, by Stephen Donovan, ed. JFA 26.1 (2015): 136-43.

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): 353-71.

Koslow, Francine A. “Fantastic Illustrations to Dante’s Inferno: Romantic and Contemporary Visions.” 2.4, 133-43.

Kozaczka, Adam. “H. P. Lovecraft, Too Much Sex and Not Enough: Alan Moore’s Playfully Repressive Hypothesis.” JFA 26.3 (2015): 489-511.

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

Kurtz, Malisa. “Science Fictional Assemblages: SF and Postcolonialism?” JFA 26.1 (2015): 37-57.


Landais, Clotilde. “Aliss by Patrick Senécal: The Narrative Metalepsis as an Instrument of the Uncanny in Contemporary Fantastic Fiction.” JFA 28.2 (2017): 236-52.

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

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

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

Landon, Richard. “A Half-Naked Muscleman in Trunks: Charles Atlas, Superheroes, and Comic Book Masculinity.” JFA 18.2 (2007): 200-16.

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): 409-26.

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

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, 360-65.

Latham, Rob. “Introduction: Theories of/and Fantastic Literature.” 8.4, 395-97.

Latham, Rob. “Istvan Csicsery-Ronay, Jr.: An Introduction.” JFA 26.1 (2015): 4.

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

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

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

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

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

Latham, Rob. “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): 334-49.

Lauro, Sarah Juliet. “Introduction: Elegy.” JFA 25.2-3 (2014): 242-51. [213-22]

Le Lievre, Kerrie. “‘I will play no games with you’: Riddlery, Narrative and Ethics in The Riddle-Master’s Game.” JFA 16.3 (2005): 233-46.

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

Lee, Jasmine and Jonathan Alexander. “‘We Are All Abnegation Now’: Suffering Agency in the Divergent Series.” JFA 28.3 (2017): 388-401.

Lee, Judith. “Lucifer: a Fantastic Figure.” 8.2, 218-34.

Leppälahti, Merja. “From Folklore to Fantasy: The Living Dead, Metamorphoses, and Other Strange Things.” JFA 29.2 (2018): 179-200.

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

Limpár, Ildikó. “Masculinity, Visibility, and the Vampire Literary Tradition in What We Do in the Shadows.” JFA 29.2 (2018): 266-88.

Lind, Joshua Hjalmer. “The Ghost-Father in 1980s Heavy Metal.” JFA 24.2 (2013): 275-88.

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

Lindow, Sandra. “Nnedi Okorafor: Exploring the Empire of Girls’ Moral Development.” JFA 28.1 (2017): 46-69.

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, 370-89.

Lublin, Robert. “Faust and the ‘Death of Man.’” JFA 24.2 (2013): 211-30.

Luckhurst, Roger. “Contemporary Photography and the Technological Sublime, or, Can There Be a Science Fiction Photography. JFA 19.2 (2008): 181-95.

Ludwig, Jonathan. “The Master and Margarita: A Fantasy of Redemption.” 13.2 (2002): 153-68.

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.


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.

MacDonald, Shana. “Refusing to Smile for the Patriarchy: Jessica Jones as Feminist Killjoy.” JFA 30.1 (2019): 68-84.

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 McKillip’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 McKillip.” JFA 16.3 (2005): 219-32.

Mains, Christine. “Introduction to Patricia McKillip.” JFA 16.3 (2005): 175-77.

Malcom-Clarke, Darja. “Subversive Metropolis: The Grotesque Body in the Phantasmic Urban Landscape.” JFA 17.2 (2006): 140-54.

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.

Malone, Irina Ruppo. “What’s Wrong With Medievalism? Tolkien, the Strugatsky Brothers, and the Question of the Ideology of Fantasy.” JFA 27.2 (2016): 204-24.

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.

Mantero, José María. “Evolutionary Architecture and the Construction of Cruelty: The Building as Symbiotic Monster in La torre y el jardin.” JFA 27.3 (2016): 392-410.

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.

Martín Rodríguez, Mariano. “The Literary Spoof Paper: An Overview.” JFA 28.2 (2017): 253-70.

Marvell, Leon. “Review Essay: Dark Enlightenment: On John Clute’s Darkening Garden.” 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): 350-70.

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

McDonald, Ian. “Question and Answer for Ian McDonald.” JFA 26.1 (2015): 27-36.

McGillis, Roderick. “Luxuriant and Prurient Chaos: Life’s a Fantasy on Primrose Lane.” [IAFA Guest Scholar Address 2002.] 14.2 (Sum. 2003): 255-64.

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

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

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): 335-51.

McWilliam, David. “Beyond the Mountains of Madness: Lovecraftian Cosmic Horror and Posthuman Creationism in Ridley Scott’s Prometheus (2012).” JFA 26.3 (2015): 531-45.

Melville, Peter. “Witnessing the ‘Unwitnessed’ in Steven Erikson’s The Malazan Book of the Fallen.” JFA 26.2 (2015): 276-91.

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

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): 169-83.

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

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

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

Meyer, Charles A. “The Power of Myth and Rabbit Survival in Richard Adam’s Watership Down.” 3.4, 139-50.

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.

Milburn, Colin. “Hacking the Scientific Imagination.” JFA 27.1 (2016): 28-46.

Miller, Elizabeth. ”Back to the Basics: Re-Examining Stoker’s Sources for Dracula.” 10:2 (1999): 187-96.

Miller, P. Andrew. ”Mutants, Metaphor, and Marginalism: What X-actly Do the X-Men Stand For?” 13.3 (2003): 282-90.

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, 151-69.

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

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

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

Morgan, Gwendolyn A. “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): 372-94.

Morrow, James. “Playing the Gedanken Game: Some Observations on Literary Thought-Experiments.” JFA 27.1 (2016): 6-17.

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

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): 342-45.

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

Morse, Donald E. “The ‘Black Frost’ Reception of Kurt Vonnegut’s Fantastic Novel Breakfast of Champions (1973).” 11.2 (2000): 143-53.

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. “W. R. Kinsella’s Postmodern, Metafictional Fantasy Shoeless Joe.” JFA 15.4 (2004): 309-19.

Mortensen, Peter. “‘Half Fish, Half Woman’: Annette Kellerman, Mermaids, and Eco-Aquatic Revisioning.” JFA 29.2 (2018): 201-21.

Moss, Stephanie. “Bram Stoker and the London Stage.” 10:2 (1999): 124-32.

Muller, Markus. “From Parody to Paradox: Jacques Cazotte and the Emergence of the Fantastic.” JFA 15.4 (2004): 320-45.

Mullis, Justin. “Playing Games With the Great Old Ones: Ritual, Play, and Joking within the Cthulhu Mythos Fandom.” JFA 26.3 (2015): 512-30.

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

Murphy, Graham J. “‘On a More Meaningful Scale’: Marketing Utopia in Watchmen.” JFA 28.1 (2017): 70-85.

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, 107-19.


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

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

Nelson, Marie. “John Gardner’s Grendel: A Story Retold and Transformed in the Process.” JFA 18.3 (2007): 340-63.

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): 266-81.

Nevárez, Lisa. “What to Expect When You Are Expecting (a Vampire): Reading the Vampire Child.” JFA 26.1 (2015): 92-112.

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, 110-32.

Niiler, Lucas P. “Green Reading: Tolkien, Leopold, and the Land Ethic.” 10.3 (1999): 276-85.

Nikolaidu, Dimitra. “Φantasticon: The First Hellenic Conference on the Fantastic.” JFA 26.2 (2015): 436-38.

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.


O’Connor, Patrick. “Fabulous Historians: Ursula Le Guin and Angelica Gorodischer.” JFA 16.2 (2005): 128-41.

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): 239-49.

Ocasio, Rafael. “Magical Realism: The (R)evolution of Santeria and Hispanic Hagiography in Cuba.” 8.2, 235-43.

Okorafor, Nnedi. “Writing Rage, Truth and Consequences.” JFA 26.1 (2015): 21-26.

Oliver, Matthew. “‘The Riotous Conflagration of Beauteous Language’: Flowery Style, Defamiliarization, and Empathic Imagination in Epic Fantasy.” JFA 29.3 (2018): 355-79.

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

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

Opperman, Eva. “The Heterotopian Qualities of the Fantasy Worlds in J. K. Rowling’s Harry Potter Books and Cassandra Clare’s The Mortal Instruments.” JFA 29.3 (2018): 402-21.

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

Oziewicz, Marek C. “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.

Oziewicz, Marek C. “Peter Jackson’s The Hobbit: A Beautiful Disaster.” JFA 27.2 (2016): 248-69.

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

Oziewicz, Marek C. “The Time Quartet as Madeleine L’Engle’s Theology.” JFA 17.3 (2006): 211-36.


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

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

Palumbo, Donald. “Internal Allusions and Recurring Mysteries in Asimov’s Robot/Empire/Foundation Metaseries.” 13.2 (2002): 134-42.

Palumbo, Donald. “Metafiction in the Comics: The Sensational She-Hulk.” 8.3, 310-30.

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

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, Campbell, and Plato.” JFA 14.4 (2004): 427-46.

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

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. “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.

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.

Penley, Constance, and Karen Hellekson. “A Conversation with Constance Penley.” JFA 24.3 (2013): 410-17.

Pennington, John. “‘Eliminate All Other Factors’: Fantastic Hesitation in Arthur Conan Doyle’s The Hound of the Baskervilles.” JFA 15.2 (2005): 132-43.

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. “Solar Mythology in George MacDonald’s ‘Little Daylight’ and ‘The Day Boy and the Night Girl.’” 10:3 (1999): 308-20.

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

Peppard, Anna F. “Canada’s Mutant Body: Nationalism and (Super) Multiculturalism in Alpha Flight vs. the X-Men.” JFA 26.2 (2015): 311-32.

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): 189-91.

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

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

Pippin, Tina, and George Aichele. “Introduction: Fantasy and the Bible.” 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.



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

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

Ralickas, Vivian. “‘Cosmic Horror’ and the Question of the Sublime in Lovecraft.” JFA 18.3 (2007): 364-98.

Ransom, Amy J. “The Changing Shape of a Shape-Shifter: The French-Canadian Loup-garou.” JFA 26.2 (2015): 251-75.

Ransom, Amy J. “Lovecraft in Quebec: Transcultural Fertilization and Esther Rochon’s Reevaluation of the Powers of Horror.” JFA 26.3 (2015): 450-68.

Ransom, Amy J. Review Essay. “Handling the Handbook.” Rev. of The Science Fiction Handbook, by Nick Hubble and Aris Mousoutzanis, eds., and The Oxford Handbook of Science Fiction, by Rob Latham. JFA 27.1 (2016): 89-95.

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

Reid, Conor. “The Lost Worlds of Arthur Conan Doyle’s Professor Challenger Series.” JFA 28.2 (2017): 271-89.

Rieder, John. “Colonial Ignorance and World Construction: On Albert Wendt’s Black Rainbow and The Adventures of Vela.” JFA 29.3 (2018): 336-54.

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

Reinders, Eric. “Reading Tolkien in Chinese.” JFA 25.1 (2014): 3-27.

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: 342-49.

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

Ringel, Faye. “Greer Gilman: An Introduction.” JFA 19.2 (2008): 196-98.

Ringel, Faye. “The Art of Patricia McKillip: Music and Magic.” JFA 16.3 (2005): 178-90.

Risden, E. L. “Beowulf, Tolkien, and Epic Epiphanies.” 9.3: 192-99.

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

Robertson, Benjamin J. “‘A place I have never seen’: Possibility, Genre, Politics, and China Miéville’s The Scar.” JFA 27.1 (2016): 68-88.

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.

Rosu, Anca. “Coin: Money and the Gift Mentality in The Song of Ice and Fire.” JFA 29.2 (2018): 242-65.

Rosu, Anca. “Food Fantasies in George R. R. Martin.” JFA 24.3 (2013): 446-66.

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): 346-57.

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): 415-31.

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): 185-89.

Ryman, Geoff. “The Science Fiction Dream.” JFA 18.2 (2007): 232-46.


Sanchez-Taylor, Joy. “‘I was a Ghetto Nerd Supreme’: Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Latina/o Futurity in Junot Díaz’s The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao.” JFA 25.1 (2014): 93-106.

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.

Sanders, Joe Sutliff. “Closure and Power in Salem’s Lot.” 10:2 (1999): 142-54.

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

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. “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): 133-42.

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.

Schanoes, Veronica. “Cristina Bacchilega: An Introduction.” JFA 28.1 (2017): 4-5.

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

Schlobin, Roger C. “Character, the Fantastic, and the Failure of Contemporary Literary Theory.” 13.3 (2003): 258-70.

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 Craving for Meaning: Explicit Allegory in the Non-Implicit Age.” 5.1, 3-12.

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. “The Femivore.” 2.1, 89-97.

Schmeink, Lars. “‘I am humanity’: Posthumanism and Embodiment in Rick Yancey’s The 5th Wave Series.” JFA 28.3 (2017): 344-67.

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. “Resources for the Study of American Fantasy Literature Through 1998.” 10.4 (2000): 409-39.

Schlobin, Roger C. “‘“rituals” footprints ankle-deep in stone’: The Irrelevancy of Setting in the Fantastic.” 11.2 (2000): 154-63.

Schober, Adrian. “Writing the Possessed Child in British Culture: James Herbert’s Shrine.” JFA 14.4 (2004): 447-58.

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. “Contemporary Fantasy’s Foliate Face: An Interview with Charles Vess.” JFA 17.2 (2006): 105-22.

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

Sederholm, Carl. “Introduction: Lovecraft Now.” JFA 26.3 (2015): 444-49.

Sederholm, Carl. “What Screams are Made Of: Representing Cosmic Fear in H. P. Lovecraft’s ‘Pickman’s Model’.” JFA 16.4 (2005): 335-49.

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.

Segnini, Elisa. “Reading Hoffmann: Mythmaking and Uncanniness in Jean Lorrain’s Monsieur de Phocas.” JFA 24.1 (2013): 61-82.

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

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. “Etymological Whimsy.” 8.3, 279-80.

Senior, W. A. “Goblins.” [Editorial / Introduction.] 13.2 (2002): 110-13.

Senior, W. A. “Introduction.” 10.3 (1999): 203-05.

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: The Botnet/Zombie Army: Cyber-Terrorism.” JFA 17.3 (2006): 207-10.

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

Senior, W. A. “Introduction: Frank Herbert’s Prescience: Dune and the Modern World.” JFA 17.4 (2006): 317-20.

Senior, W. A. “Introduction: Gigaquestions.” 11.3 (2000): 233-35.

Senior, W. A. “Introduction: Le Guin’s ‘Omelas’: Issues of Genre.” JFA 15.3 (2004): 186-88.

Senior, W. A. “Introduction: On Editing a Journal.” JFA 14.4 (2004): 391-93.

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

Senior, W. A. “Introduction: Orwellian Shadows.” JFA 17.2 (2006): 101-04.

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

Senior, W.A. “Introduction: Re-Examining Classics: Teaching Science Fiction.” JFA 15.4 (2004): 285-87.

Senior, W. A. “Introduction: S-F or Fantasy?” 11.2 (2000): 130-32.

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

Senior, W. A. “Introduction: Some Notes on “the abyss”: The Rhetoric of the Fantastic.” JFA 16.4 (2005): 273-76.

Senior, W.A. “Introduction.” [Special issue: A Century of Draculas.] 10.2 (1999): 107-08.

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

Senior, W. A. “Introduction: The Tolkien Issue.” 9.3: 173-74.

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

Senior, W. A. “The Fantastic in College and University Honors Programs.” [Editorial / Introduction.] 13.4 (2003): 332-34.

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

Senior, W. A. “Where Have All the Monsters Gone?” 14.2 (Sum. 2003): 214-16.

Serra, Ilaria. “Disney World: A Plastic Monument to Death: From Rabelais to Disney” JFA 14.4 (2004): 459-70.

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

Shaviro, Steven. “Thinking Blind.” JFA 25.2-3 (2014): 343-60. [314-31]

Shaw, Kristen. “‘Sticky’ Identities: Race, Gender, and Sexuality in Nalo Hopkinson’s The Chaos.” JFA 28.3 (2017): 425-50.

Shermeyer, Kelli. “The Future is Fey: Toward a Posthuman Dramaturgy with Caryl Churchill’s The Skriker.” JFA 30.1 (2019): 52-67.

Shiffman, Smadar. “Someone Else’s Dream? An Approach to Twentieth Century Fantastic Fiction.” 13.4 (2003): 352-67.

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.

Sims, Christopher. “The Ontological Task of the Hero in Philip K. Dick’s The Cosmic Puppets.” JFA 29.1 (2018): 41-67.

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): 379-88.

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): 282-93.

Stommel, Jesse. “The Loveliness of Decay: Rotting Flesh, Literary Matter, and Dead Media.” JFA 25.2-3 (2014): 361-75. [332-46]

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): 169-80.

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): 142-51.

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): 144-52.

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.

Sulway, Nike. “Pursuit, Willfulness, and the Strangeness of Strangers.” JFA 30.1 (2019): 42-51.

Swazo, Norman K. “Bereshith and Ainulindalë: Allegoresis and Exegesis in Tension.” JFA 16.4 (2005): 302-19.

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): 255-65.

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.


Tal, Eve. “Deconstructing the Peach: James and the Giant Peach as Post-Modern Fairy Tale.” 14.2 (Sum. 2003): 265-76.

Tamas, Benyei. “Leakings: Reappropriating Science Fiction – The Case of Kurt Vonnegut.” 11.4 (2001): 432-53.

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 J. “Dan Simmons’s The Terror, Inuit ‘Legend,’ and the Embodied Horrors of History.” JFA 29.2 (2018): 222-41.

Thiess, Derek J. “Guests in Conversation: An Interview with Joan Slonczewski.” JFA 27.1 (2016): 21-25.

Thiess, Derek J. “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): 3779-4.

Tibbetts, John. “The Watchers: Tales of Tomorrow on Television.” JFA 19.3 (2008): 379-98.

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): 155-62.

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.



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

van Elferen, Isabella. “Fantasy Music: Epic Soundtracks, Magical Instruments, Musical Metaphysics” JFA 24.1 (2013): 4-24.

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

Vest, Jason P. Review Essay. “Worldly Wise Vision Quests: Philip K. Dick’s Final Journey.” The Exegesis of Philip K. Dick, by Pamela Jackson and Jonathan Lethem, eds. JFA 26.2 (2015): 353-60.

Vinci, Tony M. “Mourning the Human: Working Through Trauma and the Posthuman Body in Lev Grossman’s The Magicians Trilogy.” JFA 28.3 (2017): 368-87.

Vinge, Venor. “What Future for Fantasy?” JFA 19.2 (2008): 175-77.

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. “Joan Slonczewski: An Introduction.” JFA 27.1 (2016): 18-20.

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

Vint, Sherryl. “Roger Luckhurst: An Introduction.” JFA 19.2 (2008): 178-80.


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

Walls, Kathryn. “An Analogous Adversary: The Old Dispensation in The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe.” JFA 28.2 (2017): 202-18.

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): 164-72.

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): 350-66.

Weaver, Roslyn. “At the End of the World: Australian Adolescent Literature and Apocalypse.” JFA 17.2 (2006): 155-68.

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 Barbara Kingsolver’s The Poisonwood Bible.” JFA 17.1 (2006): 4-20.

Weese, Katherine. “Inventing, Revising, and Reinventing Women: Feminism and the Fantastic in the Novellas of Steven Millhauser.” JFA 26.2 (2015): 333-52.

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 Andrew. “Circumcising Dracula.” 12.1, 90-112.

Weinstock, Jeffrey Andrew. ”The Disappointed Bridge: Textual Hauntings in Joyce’s Ulysses.” 8.3, 347-69.

Weinstock, Jeffrey Andrew. “Introduction: Lovecraft Now.” JFA 26.3 (2015): 444-49.

Weinstock, Jeffrey Andrew. Review Essay, “From the Marketplace to the Classroom: A Teratological Trio.” Monsters of the Market: Zombies, Vampires, and Global Capitalism, by David McNally; Monster Culture in the 21st Century: A Reader, by Marina Levina and Diem-My T. Bui, eds.; Monsters, by Brandy Ball Blake and L. Andrew Cooper, eds. JFA 27.3 (2016): 494-504.

Weinstock, Jeffrey Andrew. Review Essay: “St. Lovecraft.” Rev. of The Classic Horror Stories, edited by Roger Luckhurst; Weird Realism: Lovecraft and Philosophy, by Graham Harman; Slime Dynamics: Generation, Mutation, and the Creep of Life, by Ben Woodard; New Critical Essays on H. P. Lovecraft, edited by David Simmons; and H. P. Lovecraft’s Dark Arcadia: The Satire, Symbology, and Contradiction, by Gavin Callaghan. JFA 25.1 (2014): 107-22.

Weiss, Allan. “‘The True North Strong and Free’: National Evolution and Race in Early English-Canadian Utopian Fiction.” JFA 26.2 (2015): 292-310.

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.

Werbeck, Kai-Uwe. “The State vs. Buttgereit and Ittenbach: Censorship and Subversion in German No-Budget Horror Film.” JFA 27.3 (2016): 435-51.

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): 266-83.

White, Eric. “Insects and Automata in Hoffman, Balzac, Carter, and del Toro.” JFA 19.3 (2008): 363-78.

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.

Wierzbicki, James. “How Frankenstein’s Monster Became a Music Lover.” JFA 24.2 (2013): 246-63.

Williams, Christy. “Ambiguous Villains and Fairy-Tale Monsters in Kelly Link’s ‘The Cinderella Game’.” JFA 29.1 (2018): 68-85.

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): 153-64.

Windling, Terri. “Into the Woods: A Writer’s Journey through Fairy Tale and Fantasy.” JFA 28.1 (2017): 33-45.

Winter, Jerome. “Question and Answer for Ian McDonald.” JFA 26.1 (2015): 27-36.

Wisker, Gina. “Starting Your Journey in the Past, Speculating in Time and Place: Daphne du Maurier’s The House on the Strand, ‘Split Second,’ and the Engaged Fiction of Time Travel.” JFA 24.3 (2013): 467-82.

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): 217-31.

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

Wolfe, Graham. “Staging Everyday Ghosts: Conor McPherson’s Shining City.” JFA 24.2 (2013): 188-210.

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

Wright, Laura. “Post-Vampire: The Politics of Drinking Humans and Animals in Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Twilight, and True Blood.” JFA 25.2-3 (2014): 376-94. [347-65]

Wymer, Rowland. “Science, Religion and Magic in James Blish’s ‘After Such Knowledge’ Sequence.” JFA 24.1 (2013): 25-40.



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

Yeates, Robert. “Gender and Ethnicity in Post-Apocalyptic Suburbia.” JFA 27.3 (2016): 411-34.

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.

Young, Joseph. “The American Pratchett? Muck and Modality in George R.R. Martin’s Song of Ice and Fire.” JFA 27.2 (2016): 290-308.

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.


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.