PARADOXA 28 Is Here!
Paradoxa 28 is here! I got my copy in the mail yesterday. A table of contents, submitted for your approval:
* “Introduction” by Gerry Canavan and Andrew Hageman
* Mark Bould, “Not Just Some Viggo Mortensen of Desolated Left Politics: An Interview with China Miéville”
* Andrew Hageman, “The Sick One-Sentence Joke Version of the Last 12,000 Years: A Conversation between Timothy Morton and Jeff VanderMeer” (excerpted at LARB)
* Mindi McMann, “‘There were endings, but none of them were happy’: Exploitation and Authority in Hanya Yanagihara’s The People in the Trees”
* Gerry Canavan, “After Humanity: Science Fiction after Extinction in Vonnegut and Simak”
* Matt Schneider, “Translating the Unthinkable: Global Weirding in A Dark Room,
* Andrew Brown, “Reading Lovecraft at the End of World”
* Salma Monani, “Feeling and Healing Eco-social Catastrophe: The “Horrific” Slipstream of Danis Goulet’s Wakening”
* Alison Sperling’s “Second Skins: A Body-Ecology of Jeff VanderMeer’s Southern Reach Trilogy”
* Stephen Shapiro, “The Weird’s World-System: The Long Spiral and Literary-Cultural Studies”
…as well as reviews of Chris Pak’s Terraforming, The Age of Lovecraft edited collection, Lucile Hadžihalilović’s Evolution, and Fredric Jameson’s An American Utopia. Check it out! I’m biased but I think it’s great.