Foundation 131, 47.3 (winter 2018)

Paul March-Russell: Editorial

Emad El-Din Aysha: Better Late Than Never: The Transmutations of Egyptian SF in the Work of Hosam El-Zembely
Audrey Isabel Taylor and Stefan Ekman: A Practical Application of Critical World-Building
Javier Martinez Jimenez: The Impact of the Eldritch City: Classical and Alien Urbanism in H.P. Lovecraft's Cthulu Mythos
Fiona Moore and Alan Stevens: Colonialism and Postcolonialism in the Cartmel and Davies Eras of Doctor Who
Umberto Rossi: Vinyl and Tapes: Philip K. Dick and the Reproduction of Sound

Features:
Nina Allan: The Fourfold Library (8): Keith Roberts, Pavane
Paul Kincaid: Why Do You Hate Everything?
Christopher Owen: 'Where we can be free and empowered': Interview with Sephora Hosein

Conference Reports:
Katie Stone: Science Fiction and Communism
Agata Waszkiewicz: CRSF 2018
M.J. Ryder: After Fantastika
Paul March-Russell: Sublime Cognition: Science Fiction and Metaphysics

Book Reviews:
Marleen S. Barr: James Gunn, Star-Begotten and Michael R. Page, Saving the World through Science Fiction
Amandine Faucheux: Gerry Canavan, Octavia E. Butler
E. Leigh McKagen: Ulrike Kuchler et al, eds. Alien Imaginations
Chris Pak: John Timberlake, Landscape and the Science Fiction Imaginary
Andy Sawyer: Henry Wessells, A Conversation Larger Than the Universe
Lars Schmeink: Everett Hamner, Editing the Soul: Science and Fiction in the Genome Age
Zeynep Anli: Giancarlo Genta, A Man from Planet Earth
Rachel Claire Hill: Yoshio Aramaki, The Sacred Era
Chris Hussey: Nik Abnett, Savant
Sinead Murphy: Ahmed Saadawi, Frankenstein in Baghdad
Patrick Whitmarsh: Peter Watts, The Freeze-Frame Revolution
Mark P. Williams: Jeannette Ng, Under the Pendulum Sun