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"Sun Woman" or "Wild Seed"? How a Young Feminist Writer Found Alternatives to White Bourgeois Narrative Models in the Early Novels of Octavia Butler

in: Holden, Rebecca J. and Shawl, Nesi, eds. Strange Matings: Science Fiction, Feminism, African American Voices, and Octavia E. Butler. Seattle, WA: Aqueduct, 2013. p. 82-94.

Burning the Complacent Veldt of Narrative: Reading On Joanna Russ,

New York Review of Science Fiction 22(7): 1,4-7. March 2010. (No. 259)

Creating the Second Self: Performance, Gender, and Authorship,

in: Duchamp, L. Timmel and Gunn, Eileen. The Wiscon Chronicles, Volume 2. Seattle, WA: Acqueduct, 2008. p. 51-60.

How to Do Things with Ideas

in: Grebowicz, Margaret, ed. SciFi in the Mind's Eye : Reading Science Through Science Fiction. Chicago: Open Court, 2007. p. 59-69.

Lost in the Archives: A Shattered Romance

in: Duchamp, L. Timmel, ed. Narrative Power: Encounters, Celebrations, Struggles. Seattle, WA: Aqueduct Press, 2010. p. 23-39.

Mad Scientists, Chimps, and Mice with Human Brains: Collapsing Boundaries in Science Fiction

in: Attebery, Brian; Hollinger, Veronica, eds. Parabolas of Science Fiction. Middledown, CT: Wesleyan University Press, 2013. p. 125-142.

Reflecting on Johs's and Micole's Notes on the It's Not About Identity Panel,

in: Henry, Liz, ed. The Wiscon Chronicles, Volume 3: Carnival of Feminist SF. Seattle,WA: Aqueduct Press, 2009. p. 169-171.

Something Rich and Strange: Karen Joy Fowler's What I Didn't See

in: Larbalestier, Justine, ed. Daughters of Earth: Feminist Science Fiction in the Twentieth Century. Middletown, CT: Wesleyan University Press, 2006. p. 356-380.

Sympathy and Power: L. Timmel Duchamp asks Samuel R. Delany a Question,

in: Duchamp, L. Timmel. The Wiscon Chronicles, Volume 1. Seattle, WA: Acqueduct, 2007. p. 170-178.

The Cliché from Outer Space: Reflections on Reports of a Death Greatly Exaggerated

Extrapolation 44(1): 22-31. Spring 2003. (Responses: Extrapolation 44(2): 228-251. Summer 2003.)

The Matter of Tongues: Being Her GoH Speech for Wiscon 32, May 25, 2008,

in: Henry, Liz, ed. The Wiscon Chronicles, Volume 3: Carnival of Feminist SF. Seattle, WA: Aqueduct Press, 2009. p. 2-12.

What's the Story? Reading Two Early Stories by Carol Emshwiller

Lady Churchill's Rosebud Wristlet No. 9, 2001. Cited from http://ltimmel.home.mindspring.com/joy.html.

Whose Romance? Whose Revolution? The Operations of Race and Gender in Panel Discourse at Wiscon,

in: Duchamp, L. Timmel and Gunn, Eileen. The Wiscon Chronicles, Volume 2. Seattle, WA: Acqueduct, 2008. p. 90-105.

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