Reviews

‘If Colonialism Was The Apocalypse, What Happens Next? On Nerine Dorman’s Terra Incognita: New Short Speculative Stories from Africa and Dilman Dila’s A Killing in the SunLos Angeles Review of Books (5 August 2015)

‘RIBA Forgotten Spaces 2013 exhibition (Somerset House, London)’, Science Fiction Studies 123 (2014): 467–9

‘Cynthia J. Miller and A. Bowdoin Van Riper, eds, 1950s “Rocketman” TV Series and Their Fans: Cadets, Rangers, and Junior Space Men’, Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts 24.3 (2013), 488–91

Memory Palace exhibition (Victoria and Albert Museum, London)’, Science Fiction Studies 121 (2013), 596–8

‘Souljahs of Fortune: On Tommy Hancock, Gary Phillips and Morgan Minor, eds, Black Pulp, The Los Angeles Review of Books (2013)

‘James Chapman and Nicholas J Cull, Projecting Tomorrow: Science Fiction and Popular Cinema, Viewfinder 92 (2013): 21

‘Kameron Hurley, Rapture, The Cascadia Subduction Zone: A Literary Quarterly 3.1 (2013), 15–6

‘Annette Hill, Paranormal Media: Audiences, Spirits and Magic in Popular Culture’, Screen 53.4 (2012), 495–8

‘Hacking the Arab Spring: G Willow Wilson’s Alif the Unseen, The Los Angeles Review of Books (2012)

‘David J Skal with Jessica Rains, Claude Rains: An Actor’s Voice’, Science Fiction Film and Television 5.2 (2012), 308–11

Superpower: Africa in Science Fiction exhibition (Arnolfini, Bristol)’, Science Fiction Studies 118 (2012), 559–61

‘Mining the Great Midden of Genre: Nick Harkaway’s Angelmaker, The Los Angeles Review of Books (2012)

Captain Eager and the Mark of Voth’, Science Fiction Film and Television 5.2 (2012), 315–7

‘Hard Rain Falling: The Best of Kim Stanley Robinson’, The Los Angeles Review of Books (2011)

Eden Log, Science Fiction Film and Television 3.1 (2010), 157–61

‘Thomas Foster, The Souls of Cyberfolk’, Canadian Journal of Communication 35.1 (2010), 181–3

‘Takayuki Tatsumi, Full Metal Apache: Transactions Between Cyberpunk Japan and Avant-Pop America’, Extrapolation 50.3 (2009), 534–7

‘John T Irwin, Unless the Threat of Death is Behind Them: Hard-Boiled Fiction and Film Noir, Scope 13 (2009)

Atrocity Exhibition, Science Fiction Film and Television, 1.2 (2008), 359–60

‘Martin Willis, Mesmerists, Monsters and Machines: Science Fiction and the Cultures of Science in the Nineteenth Century’, Extrapolation 49.3 (2008), 486–9

‘Patrick B Sharp, Savage Perils: Racial Frontiers and Nuclear Apocalypse in American Culture, Science Fiction Studies 104 (2008), 151–4

Transformers’, Science Fiction Film and Television 1.1 (2008), 163–7

‘Annalee Newitz, Pretend We’re Dead: Capitalist Monsters in American Popular Culture’, Extrapolation 48.2 (2007), 422–6

‘Michel Marie, The French New Wave: An Artistic School, Scope 8 (2007)

‘Christopher Frayling, Mad, Bad and Dangerous? The Scientist and the Cinema, Science Fiction Studies 101 (2007), 134–7

Primer, Foundation 98 (2006), 152–6

‘Daniel Rosenberg and Susan Harding, eds, Histories of the Future’, Extrapolation 47.3 (2006), 505–9

‘Chris Darke, Alphaville’, Extrapolation 47.2 (2006), 332–4

Menschen am Sonntag, Film International 22 (2006), 69–71

‘Jean-Noel Bassoir, Space Patrol: Missions of Daring in the Name of Early Television, Science Fiction Studies 98 (2006), 175–7

‘Samuel R Delany, Stars in My Pocket Like Grains of Sand, Science Fiction Studies 97 (November 2005), 518–21

Temps du loup, Foundation 94 (2005), 134–7

‘Mark Featherstone, Knowledge and the Production of Non-knowledge: An Exploration of Alien Mythology in Post-War America, Science Fiction Studies 92 (2004), 143–6

‘Patrick Lucanio and Gary Coville, Smokin’ Rockets: The Romance of Technology in American Film, Radio and Television, 1945–1962’, Foundation 90 (2004), 119–23

Space is the Place, Foundation 92 (2004), 97–100

‘José Luis Sanz, Starring T. Rex!: Dinosaur Mythology and Popular Culture, Science Fiction Studies 90 (2003), 332–4

Errol Vieth, Screening Science: Contexts, Texts and Science in Fifties Science Fiction Films, Scope

‘Ziauddin Sardar and Sean Cubitt, Aliens R Us: The Other in Science Fiction Cinema, Science Fiction Studies 88 (2002), 511–5

‘Michel Chion, Kubrick’s Cinema Odyssey, Science Fiction Studies 87 (2002), 279–82

‘China Miéville, The Scar, Foundation 86 (2002), 132–4

‘Kim Stanley Robinson, The Years of Rice and Salt, Foundation 86 (2002), 134–6

‘Geoff King and Tanya Krzywinska, Science Fiction Cinema from Outerspace to Cyberspace, Science Fiction Studies 84 (2001), 304–5

‘Alan Sandison and Robert Dingley, eds, Histories of the Future: Studies in Fact, Fantasy and Science Fiction, Intensities: The Journal of Cult Media 1 (2001)

‘Jack Womack, Going, Going, Gone’, Vector 218 (2001), 34–5

‘Neal King, Heroes in Hard Times: Cop Action Movies in the U.S.’, Scope at http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/film/journal/bookrev/heroes-in-hard-times.htm (2001)

‘Dani Cavallaro, Cyberpunk and Cyberculture: Science Fiction and the Work of William Gibson, Science Fiction Studies 82 (2000), 520–2

‘N Katherine Hayles, How We Became Posthuman: Virtual Bodies in Cybernetics, Literature, and Informatics’, Public Understanding of Science 9.4 (2000)

‘Annette Kuhn, Alien Zone II: The Spaces of Science Fiction Cinema’, Public Understanding of Science 9.3 (2000)

‘China Miéville, Perdido Street Station, Foundation 79 (2000), 88–90

‘Steven Mailloux, Reception Histories: Rhetoric, Pragmatism, and American Cultural Politics, Scope (2000) 

‘Constance Penley, NASA/Trek: Popular Science and Sex in America’, Public Understanding of Science 7:3 (1998), 259–61

‘John Tulloch and Henry Jenkins, Science Fiction Audiences: Watching Doctor Who and Star Trek’, Public Understanding of Science 5 (1996)

‘H Bruce Franklin, Future Perfect: American Science Fiction of the 19th Century–An Anthology’, Over Here: Reviews in American Studies 16.2 (1996)

‘Rosslyn D Haynes, From Faust to Strangelove: Representations of the Scientist in Western Literature’, Public Understanding of Science 4 (1995)

‘Bruce Mazlish, The Fourth Discontinuity: The Co-Evolution of Humans and Machines’, Public Understanding of Science 3 (1994)

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