The latest issue of EXTRAPOLATION is now available online

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The latest issue of EXTRAPOLATION is now available online.

Liverpool University Press is pleased to inform you of the latest content in EXTRAPOLATION, the first journal to publish academic work on science fiction and fantasy. It continues to be a leading, peer-reviewed, international journal in that specialized genre in the literature of popular culture.

63.1 of Extrapolation is a special issue on Viral Science Fiction and features articles which look at The Growth of Coronavirus Erotica, Imagining Time in the Age of Pandemics and Five Types of Pandemic Fiction.

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Table of contents

EDITORIAL INTRODUCTION TO THE SPECIAL ISSUE: VIRAL SCIENCE FICTION

WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO GO VIRAL AFTER 2020?

KATE MURRAY | ASHIKA PARAMITA

 

VIRAL SCIENCE FICTION

FIVE TYPES OF PANDEMIC FICTION

ANDREW MILNER

 

LIVE AND LET DIE…

NECROPOLITICS AND ZOMBIE FILM TROPES DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC1

LÚCIO REIS FILHO

 

MARGARET ATWOOD’S MADDADDAM AND FINDING A POSTPANDEMIC KINSHIP IN THE COVID-19 ERA

RACHEL FETHERSTON

 

HORNY FOR COVID

THE GROWTH OF CORONAVIRUS EROTICA

EVIE KENDAL 

 

THE LANGUAGE OF CHAOS

IMAGINING TIME IN THE AGE OF PANDEMICS

SILVIA G. KURLAT ARES

 

Reviews of Books

ROBERT CROSSLEY | BENJAMIN BLACKMAN | ANDREW C. WENAUS | SARA MARTÍN |JOHANNA MEHL | BRITTANY R. ROBERTS | CHRISTOPHER COKINOS | JULIA LINDSAY | HARLAN D. WILSON

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Alice Burns

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