Foundation 130, 47.2 (summer 2018)

Paul March-Russell: Editorial
Emily Cox: Denuding the Gynoid: The Woman Machine as Bare Life in Alex Garland's Ex Machina

Special Section - In Frankenstein's Wake
Ashley Gordon: The Promethean Daemonic from Frankenstein's Creature to Ridley Scott's Alien
Richard Leahy: Superintelligence and Mental Anxiety from Mary Shelley to Ted Chiang
Martine Mussies: Frankenstein and The Lure: Border Crossing Creatures Through a Feminist Lens
Amanda Pavani: The Man-Machine and the Machine-Man: Frankenstein, Synners and He, She and It

Features:
Anne Charnock: The Fourfold Library (7): Margaret Atwood, The Handmaid's Tale
Paul Kincaid: Did You Read What I Wrote?
Andy Sawyer: Farewell to Foundation: A Quarter-Century of Reviewing

Conference Reports:
Kathryn E. Heffner: Imagining the History of the Future
Powder Thompson: Shakespeare and Science Fiction
Anna McFarlane: Embodiment in Science Fiction and Fantasy

Book Reviews:
Bodhisattva Chattopadhyay: Lem Cells
Chiara Cigarini: On Chinese Science Fiction
Lance Conley: Brian Willems, Speculative Realism and Science Fiction
Matthew De Abaitua: Simon O’Sullivan et al, eds. Futures and Fictions
Audrey Taylor: Suzanne Bray, ed. Dimensions of Madeleine L’Engle
Alison Tedman: Peter W. Lee, ed. A Galaxy Here and Now
Jane CoomberSewell: Jane Yolen, The Emerald Circus
Tom Kewin: Alastair Reynolds, Elysium Fire
Chris Pak : M. John Harrison, You Should Come with Me Now
Steve Shaviro: Chris Beckett, America City