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Look for JFA 28.3 (2017) to arrive in the mail very soon! The final issue of Volume 28 is a special issue on representations of the body in YA fiction, guest edited by Mathieu Donner. To read his introduction and[...]

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New JFA International Reviews Editor

Effective August 1, 2018, JFA has a new Reviews Editor for works written in a language other than English. The journal and the board wish to express their thanks to Dale Knickerbocker for his service over the years. Dale will[...]

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JFA and Mailing Addresses

Hi, IAFA members. Now that JFA 28.3 is off to the printer, we’ll soon be preparing the mailing list for JFA Volume 29 (2018). If you joined or renewed your membership in the association between the end of the 2017[...]

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Call for Applications, Managing Editor, Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts

Call for Applications Managing Editor, Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts Duties: To work with the Editor and the editorial team on the production and distribution of the Journal, including maintaining lists of subscribers; working with the printer or[...]

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CfP: JFA Special Issue “After/Lives: What’s Next for Humanity?”

“After/Lives: What’s Next for Humanity?” Special issue of Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts Guest Editors: Sarah Juliet Lauro, PhD. Co-editor of Better Off Dead: The Evolution of the Zombie as Post-Human. UC Davis: <slauro@ucdavis.edu> Kyle Bishop, PhD. Author[...]

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CFP JFA-Performance Issue

Just a reminder since the deadline August 1st: “Performing the Fantastic” — special issue of the Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts Jen Gunnels, Drama Critic/ New York Review of Science Fiction Isabella van Elferen, Musicologist/ Utrecht University The[...]

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Call for Papers – special issue of the Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts

“Performing the Fantastic” — special issue of the Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts Jen Gunnels, Drama Critic/ New York Review of Science Fiction Isabella van Elferen, Musicologist/ Utrecht University The Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts (JFA)[...]

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JFA Issues Missing in Action

Brian Attebery, the Editor of Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts, and those of us who share the JFA masthead are looking to have a complete archive of the journal; however, there are some issues that have gone MIA[...]

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Brian Attebery: Pilgrim Award

The IAFA is thrilled to applaud Brian Attebery for winning the SFRA’s Pilgrim Award for lifetime contributions to SF and fantasy scholarship. Brian is a highly-respected scholar in our field thanks to such books as The Fantasy Tradition in American[...]

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