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The Latest Issue

Foundation 143, 51.3 (winter 2022)

Paul March-Russell: Editorial - Maureen K. Speller (1959-2022)

Yosr Dridi: Weird Aliens 'Plain and Simple': Brian Evenson's 'Sisters' and 'Leg'

Cara Linley: 'Do you really need that?': Legal Thinking and the Law of Necessity in Post-Apocalyptic Fiction

John Rieder: From Cultural Warfare to the Politics of Love: 'The Virtue of Unfaithful Translations' and This is How You Lose the Time War

Andy Sawyer: The Mystery of the Face in the Mirror and The Puzzle of the Teenage Genius: Some Problems with Research


Jon Dear, Nicole Devarenne and Derek Johnston: The New Elizabethans: John Christopher, Nigel Kneale and 1950s British Science Fiction

Michael Swanwick: 'Bitter, Fun and Bright': Samuel R. Delany on Thomas M. Disch

Paul March-Russell: Exhibition Review - Voyage to the Edge of Imagination

Conference Reports

Elizabeth Miller: Blade Runner @40: Origins and Legacies

Alex Carabine: CRSF 11

Book Reviews
Jim Clarke: Emrah Atasoy, Epistemological Warfare and Hope in Critical Dystopia
Chris Hussey: Hadas Elber-Aviram, Fairy Tales of London: British Urban Fantasy, 1840 to the Present
Paul March-Russell: Mark Bould, The Anthropocene Unconscious and Steven Shaviro, Extreme Fabulations

Rob Mayo: Anna McFarlane, Cyberpunk Culture and Psychology

Niall Harrison: Rachel Swirsky, January Fifteenth

Paul March-Russell: M. John Harrison, Settling the World and The Sunken Land Begins to Rise Again

Joseph S. Norman: Alastair Reynolds, Inhibitor Phase

Michelle K. Yost: Max Barry, The 22 Murders of Madison May and Emily St John Mandel, Sea of Tranquility

Media Reviews

Vincent M. Gaine: Denis Villeneuve, dir. Dune: Part One

Pedro Ponce: Riley Stearns, dir. Dual

Heather Clitheroe and Mark A. McCutcheon: The Expanse (season 6)

Fleur Hopkins-Loferon: Upload (season 2)

Bryce L. King: The Witcher (season 2)

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