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21st Century Stories,

Foundation No. 103: 16-37. Summer 2008.

A Better Way to Think About the Genre Debate.

The New Yorker. November 6, 2014. [3 p.] Online resource: http://www.newyorker.com/books/joshua-rothman/better-way-think-genre-debate

Approaching Genre

Internet Review of Science Fiction 2(8): [4 p.] September 2005. (http://www.srosf.com/)

Beautiful Genre.

Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts 21(1): 97-104. 2010.

Capes, Types, and Prototypes: A Rumination on Genre

New York Review of Science Fiction 18(11): 1, 4-7. July 2006. (No. 215)

Echoing Teapots: Elitism in F/SF

Internet Review of Science Fiction 1(7): [5 p.]. July 2004. (http://www.irosf.com)

Foggy Borderlands

Analog 127(6): 4-9. June 2007.

Genero, modo y formula en la ciencia ficcion . Teoria y analisis"

in: Cortijo, Adela, et al, eds. La ciencia ficción en los discursos culturales y medios de expresión contemporáneos. València : Facultat de Filologia, Traducció i Communicació, Universitat de València, 2009. p. 21-30.

Genre Apocalypse

Chronicle of Higher Education January 26, 2015 (http://chronicle.com/article/Genre-Apocalypse/151327/#disqus_thread) Accessed 26.January.2015.

Genre trends at the US box office, 1991 to 2010.

European Journal of American Culture 31(2): 145-167. July 2012.

Genre Tropes and the Transmissibility of Story

Internet Review of Science Fiction 4(2): [4 p.] February 2007. (http://www.irosf.com/)

Genre vs. Mode (Science Fiction as Genre)

in: Latham, Rob, ed. The Oxford Handbook of Science Fiction. New York: Oxford University Press, 2014. p. 139-151.

Genre: A Word Only the French Could Love

in: Fowler, Karen J., Murphy, Pat, Notkin, Debbie, and Smith Jeffrey D., eds. The James Tiptree Award Anthology 1. San Francisco, CA: Tachyon, 2005. p. 61-70.

German Science Fiction: Its Formative Works and Its Postwar Uses of the Holocaust

in: Campbell, Bruce B., Guenther-Pal, Alison, and Petersen, Vibeke R., eds. Detectives, Dystopias, and Poplit: Studies in Modern German Genre Fiction. Rochester, NY : Camden House, 2014. p. 31-48.

How Science Fiction/Fantasy Affects Its Readers,

Green Egg7 (67): unpaged. Reprinted in Zell-Ravenheart, Oberon, ed. Green Egg Omlette: An Anthology of Art and Articles from the Legendary Pagan Journal. Franklin Lakes, NJ: New Page, 2009. p. 247-248.

Introduction: Closing a Bildungslücke—Genre Fiction and Why It Is Important

in: Campbell, Bruce B., Guenther-Pal, Alison, and Petersen, Vibeke R., eds. Detectives, Dystopias, and Poplit: Studies in Modern German Genre Fiction. Rochester, NY : Camden House, 2014. p. 1-30.

Is science fiction literature's first international language?

The Guardian. April 27, 2012. [2 p.] Online resource: http://www.guardian.co.uk/books/2012/apr/27/science-fiction-literature-international

Justice and Genre: The Krimi as a Site of Memory in Contemporary Germany

in: Campbell, Bruce B., Guenther-Pal, Alison, and Petersen, Vibeke R., eds. Detectives, Dystopias, and Poplit: Studies in Modern German Genre Fiction. Rochester, NY : Camden House, 2014. p. 133-151.

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