Recent Columns

Movements: Use of Anger

by Rochita Loenen-Ruiz

18 May 2015

At times, writing this column is like performing open heart surgery on myself.

Communities: A Theory of the Narrative Multiverse

by Renay

4 May 2015

Teen Wolf is one of my favorite fandoms.

To Explore Strange Old Worlds, to Seek Out Old Civilizations: Conferencing Greece and Rome and Science Fiction

by Tony Keen

27 April 2015

Liz Gloyn writes elsewhere in Strange Horizons about the current state of play in terms of scholarship; here I review what is the third conference in four years to address the area.

Me and Science Fiction: What Are We, Chopped Liver?

by Eleanor Arnason

13 April 2015

Recently, The Guardian did a column with a headline that said, “2014: The Year that Science Fiction Woke Up to Diversity.” The column goes on to argue that last year was when SF finally discovered women and people of color (PoC) and produced books about gender issues.

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