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'Ali we've got left is our own psychopathology': J.G. Ballard on Millennium People

in: Sellars, Simon and O'Hara, Dan, eds. Extreme Metaphors: Interviews with J. G. Ballard, 1967-2008. London: Fourth Estate, 2012. p. 396-406.

'Dangerous bends ahead. Slow down': J.G. Ballard on Kingdom Come

in: Sellars, Simon and O'Hara, Dan, eds. Extreme Metaphors: Interviews with J. G. Ballard, 1967-2008. London: Fourth Estate, 2012. p. 415-430.

'It would be a mistake to write about the future'

in: Sellars, Simon and O'Hara, Dan, eds. Extreme Metaphors: Interviews with J. G. Ballard, 1967-2008. London: Fourth Estate, 2012. p. 99-105. (Reprinted from Quarber Merkur, 1979.)

'Kafka with unlimited Chicken Kiev': J.G. Ballard on Cocaine Nights

in: Sellars, Simon and O'Hara, Dan, eds. Extreme Metaphors: Interviews with J. G. Ballard, 1967-2008. London: Fourth Estate, 2012. p. 320-319.

'Not entirely a journey without maps': J.G. Ballard on The Atrocity Exhibition

in: Sellars, Simon and O'Hara, Dan, eds. Extreme Metaphors: Interviews with J. G. Ballard, 1967-2008. London: Fourth Estate, 2012. p. 447-462.

'Nothing is real, everything is fake'

in: Sellars, Simon and O'Hara, Dan, eds. Extreme Metaphors: Interviews with J. G. Ballard, 1967-2008. London: Fourth Estate, 2012. p. 383-395.

'Rattling other people's cages'

in: Sellars, Simon and O'Hara, Dan, eds. Extreme Metaphors: Interviews with J. G. Ballard, 1967-2008. London: Fourth Estate, 2012. p. 431-442.

'Technology is always a facilitator': J.G. Ballard on Super-Cannes

in: Sellars, Simon and O'Hara, Dan, eds. Extreme Metaphors: Interviews with J. G. Ballard, 1967-2008. London: Fourth Estate, 2012. p. 374-382.

'Up a kind of sociological Amazon': J.G. Ballard on Miracles of Life

in: Sellars, Simon and O'Hara, Dan, eds. Extreme Metaphors: Interviews with J. G. Ballard, 1967-2008. London: Fourth Estate, 2012. p. 473-484.

(Inter)Mediated Sexuality in the Science Fiction of J. G. Ballard

in: Ginn, Sherry and Cornelius, Michael, eds. The Sex is Out of This World: Essays on the Carnal Side of Science Fiction. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2012. p. 204-220.

A Conversation with J.G. Ballard

in: Sellars, Simon and O'Hara, Dan, eds. Extreme Metaphors: Interviews with J. G. Ballard, 1967-2008. London: Fourth Estate, 2012. p. 231-240. (Reprinted from The Twilight Zone, June 1988.)

A Little Something About Dead Astronauts,

Science Fiction Studies 36(1): 101-120. March 2009.

A Malaise Deeper Than Shopping.

The Los Angeles Review of Books. May 6, 2011. [9 p.] Online resource: http://lareviewofbooks.org/post/5242631346/a-malaise-deeper-than-shopping

A Note on J. G. Ballard: Some Recent Syhort Stories,

Science Fiction: A Review of Speculative Literature 17(2): 23-34. 2009. (No. 46) (Reprinted from Australian Science Fiction Review, March 1967.)

A Note on J. G. Ballard: Three Novels: The Drowned World, The Burning World, The Crystal World,

Science Fiction: A Review of Speculative Literature 17(2): 37-45. 2009. (No. 46) (Reprinted from Australian Science Fiction Review, April 1967.)

A User's Guide to the Millennium

New York: Picador USA, 1996. 304pp.

Against Entropy

in: Sellars, Simon and O'Hara, Dan, eds. Extreme Metaphors: Interviews with J. G. Ballard, 1967-2008. London: Fourth Estate, 2012. p. 199-210. (Reprinted from The Literary Review, 1984.)

Allusions in Ballard's The Drowned World

Science Fiction Studies. 24(2): 302-310. July 1997.

Alternative reality and deviant logic in J. G. Ballard's second `Disaster' trilogy

Science Fiction: A Review of Speculative Literature 1(1):6-18. June 1977.

An Alternate Reading of The Unlimited Dream Company

in: McGrath, Rick, ed. Deep Ends: the J G Ballard Anthology 2015. Toronto: Terminal Press, 2015. p. 92-98.

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