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Foundation 138, 50.1 (spring 2021)

Paul March-Russell: Editorial

Iren Boyarkina: James Joyce and the Scientific Romances of Olaf Stapledon and H.G. Wells

George A. Gonzalez: 'May we together become greater': In Defence of Star Trek and Anti-Racism

Jonathan P. Lewis: Entangled but Incompossible: The 'Many Worlds' Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics in William Gibson's The Peripheral

Declan Lloyd: The Billboard and the Canvas: Exploring and Expounding J.G. Ballard's 'Project for a New Novel'

Gabriel Mamola: Ubik and the Crisis of Philip K. Dick's Gnostic Vision


Lars Schmeink: The Future of Work: An Interview with Cory Doctorow

Emmi Itaranta: The Fourfold Library (13): Philip Pullman, His Dark Materials

Ahrvid Engholm: The Atomic Bomb and Early Swedish Fandom

Lidia Maria Cuadrado Payeras and Hollie Johnson: Living in the End Times [conference report] 

Book Reviews
Jim Clarke: Jorg Matthias Determann, Islam, Science Fiction and Extraterrestrial Life

Molly Cobb: Stephen Cave, Kanta Dihal and Sarah Dillon, eds. A.I. Narratives
Ciaran Kavanagh: Matthew J. Wolf-Meyer, Theory for the World to Come

Paul Kincaid: Sarah Cole, Inventing Tomorrow and Adam Roberts, H.G. Wells: A Literary Life

Paul March-Russell: Caroline Edwards, Utopia and the Contemporary British Novel and Gwyneth Jones, Joanna Russ

Jeremy Brett: Marie Brennan, Driftwood

Graham Head: Hannu Rajaniemi and Jacob Weisman, eds. The New Voices of Science Fiction

Nick Hubble: Anne Charnock, Bridge 108

Andrew Milner: Kim Stanley Robinson, The Ministry for the Future

Allen Stroud: Micaiah Johnson, The Space Between Worlds

Nick Wood: Cory Doctorow, Attack Surface