Name: Fantastic 11-2001
Size: 116.68 MB
Title: Studies in the Fantastic #11
Author: Ed. Sarah Juliet Lauro
Publisher: University of Tampa Press
Total pages: 64
Studies in the Fantastic is a journal devoted to the speculative, fantastic, and weird in literature and other arts. Contents for this issue include "Pigs All the Way Down: Capitalist Realism and Neo-reaction in Thomas Ligotti’s My Work Is Not Yet Done" by Jonathan Newell, "Antiquarianism Underground: The Twentieth-century Alliterative Revival in American Genre Poetry" by Dennis Wilson Wise, and "Speaking Horrors: Fantasy, Gender, and Race in Henry James’s The Turn of the Screw and Toni Morrison’s Song of Solomon" by Susan Savage Lee. This issue also features interviews between Christina Connor and Justina Ireland, and Asijit Datta and Sarah Juliet Lauro, as well as Jeana Jorgensen’s review of Veronica Schanoes’s Burning Girls and Other Stories.