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‘Einfach tun, was zu tun ist.’ Rundgang durch das Werk von und Interview mit Harry Harrison

in: Jeschke, Wolfgang, ed. Das Science Fiction Jahr, No. 9, 1994. München: Heyne, 1994. p. 259-348.

‘Give Me Your Mirrorshades': Science Fiction 'Methodology' Meets the Social and Organizational Sciences

in: Smith, Warren/Higgins, Matthew/Parker, Martin/Lightfoot, Geoff, eds. Science Fiction and Organization. New York: Routledge, 2001. p. 15-30.

‘He Said?’ She Asked: Some thoughts about dialogue

in: Castle, Mort, ed. Writing Horror. Cincinnati, OH: Writer’s Digest Books, 1997. p. 79-86.

‘Hell! Was I Becoming a Vampyre Slut?’: Sex, Sexuality and Morality in Young Adult Vampire Fiction

in: Mutch, Deborah, ed. The Modern Vampire and Human Identity. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2013. p. 55-75.

‘Lost' spoiler practices: Online interaction as social participation’

Participations: Journal of Audience and Reception Studies 11(2). November 2014. (http://www.participations.org/Volume%2011/Issue%202/contents.htm)

‘Manning’ the Frontiers: The Politics of (Human) Value in Blade Runner

in: Bennet, J. and Chaloupka, W., eds. In the Nature of Things: Language, Politics and the Environment. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1993. p. 65-84.

‘Once There Was a Pig. . . Does not Interest’: Gilman’s Desire for Narrative Control

in: Gough, Val and Rudd, Jill, eds. A Very Different Story: Studies on the Fiction of Charlotte Perkins Gilman. Liverpool, UK: Liverpool University Press, 1998. p. 144-160.

‘Predestination’ raises bar for time travel

TimesDaily.com February 27, 2015. http://www.timesdaily.com/life/columnists/culture-shock/predestination-raises-bar-for-time-travel/article_1e8b5d59-0603-5949-804d-430191a85ce2.html Accessed 28.February.2015.

‘Through Other Eyes’: The Other as an Extension of the Self in Post-War Science Fiction

in: Alves, Artur Matos, ed. Unveiling the Posthuman. Oxford, UK: Interdisciplinary Press, 2012. p. 171-180.

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