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An interview by G. Iannuzzi with Lorenzo Andolfatto: Shi Kong and the translation of Chinese science fiction in Italy

in: Bertoni, Roberto, ed. Aspects of science fiction since the 1980s: China, Italy, Japan, Korea. s.l.: Casalini Libri (CASA), 2015. p. 109-120.

Italian Science FIction 101

SFRA Review No. 310: 25-35. Fall 2014.

Reading Italian Science Fiction

Online Resource: Reading Italy Blog Undated. https://readingitaly.wordpress.com/2014/06/03/science-fiction-memory/ Accessed 12.June.2014.

Science Fiction between the ‘two cultures’: a conversation with Pierpaolo Antonello

Online Resource: Reading Italy Blog Undated. https://readingitaly.wordpress.com/2014/06/03/science-fiction-academia/ Accessed 12.June.2014.

Science, Engagement, Estrangement:Remarks on Kim Stanley Robinson’s Californian Ecotopia

Online Resource: Discourses of Emancipation and the Boundaries of Freedom Selected Papers from the 22nd AISNA Biennial International Conference, ed. by Leonardo Buonomo and Elisabetta Vezzosi with the collaboration of Gabrielle Barfoot and Giulia Iannuzzi. (http://www.openstarts.units.it/xmlui/handle/10077/11636) Accessed 29.September.2015.

The translation of East Asian science fiction in Italy: An essay on Chinese and Japanese science fiction, anthological practices and publishing strategies beyond the Anglo-American canon

in: Bertoni, Roberto, ed. Aspects of science fiction since the 1980s: China, Italy, Japan, Korea. s.l.: Casalini Libri (CASA), 2015. p. 85-108.

Una conversazione di G. Iannuzzi con Massimo Soumare sulla traduzione della fantascienza giapponese in Italia

in: Bertoni, Roberto, ed. Aspects of science fiction since the 1980s: China, Italy, Japan, Korea. s.l.: Casalini Libri (CASA), 2015. p. 121-136.

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