CFP – National PCA Conference 2019


Conference of the Popular and American Culture Association (PCA/ACA)

17 – 20th April 2019 – Washington, DC


One of the largest and most vibrant of the association, the Science Fiction and Fantasy (SF/F) Area invites proposals for its 2019 national conference to be held at the Marriott Wardman Park in Washington. The goals of our area are (1) to share and support research, scholarship, and publication and (2) to mentor emerging scholars. As a result, we invite proposals from professors, independent scholars, graduate students, and undergraduates (with the guidance of a professor).


PCA/ACA SF/F welcomes any theoretical or (inter)disciplinary approach to any topic related to SF/F:  art; literature; radio; film; television; comics and graphic novels; video, role-playing, and multi-player online games.  The SF/F Area is also interested in featuring science fiction and fantasy writers and poets. Creative writers are welcomed.


Special Session(s):


Black Panther


The release of the Marvel film Black Panther early in 2018 was a pivotal moment in cinematic history. A special session or sessions is being proposed to explore the impact of the film on both fans and the entertainment industry. Papers on fandom, gender, race/ethnicity, representation and film which explore Black Panther are sought.


The Journey to the Moon


In honor of the 100th anniversary of the film The First Men in the Moon (1919), a roundtable of cinematic depictions of human kind’s attempts to reach our nearest neighbor is being proposed.  We are seeking participants for this special roundtable session who will present a short (i.e., 7-8 minutes) example of a film illustrating such a journey in the last hundred years.  Please note that participants in round table sessions can also propose a regular paper for this area.  Please contact the area chairs to propose for this session.




Film and television have borrowed heavily from other media in the production of SFF.  A special session or sessions is being proposed which would explore the phenomena of adaptation from the choice of material, the adaptation process, the reception and the influence of adaptations on the original source material.


When proposing for one of these special sessions, please clearly indicate this in the text of your proposal and contact the area chairs at to ensure that your paper is considered for the appropriate session.


Submission Guidelines:  Completed papers or 250-word proposals for individual papers, or creative writing and readings should be submitted through the PCA website and only through the PCA website. If you wish to submit a panel for the conference, all presenters must submit individually through the website, and then notify the Area Chairs of your intentions to present together. Please do not include panel colleagues on the electronic submission as this confuses the program.  Instructions for submission can be found at and submissions made at .


Submissions can be made on the site after July 1, 2018.


The document should contain the following information in this order:


  • Name of presenter—indicate main contact person if submitting a multi-authored paper
  • Institutional affiliation—if applicable
  • Name and contact information of Supervising professor—undergraduates only
  • Address(es), telephone number(s), and current email address(es) of presenter(s)
  • Title of paper
  • Completed paper(s) or 250-word proposal(s)


Roundtables and special sessions can only be created by Area Chairs—if you wish to organize one of these sessions, please contact the Area Chairs, who will create the event for you in the schedule. ALL areas are limited in the number of roundtables that can be held. If you wish to propose one, then do so as soon as possible.

The proposal will be acknowledged within 2 days of its receipt, and the sender will be notified of the submission’s status no later than 15th October 2018.  Please be aware that acknowledgement of receipt does not automatically denote acceptance.  Deadlines for submission are firm, and we cannot accept any papers made after the deadline.  Earlier submission is appreciated.


Please, do not simultaneously submit to multiple areas. Doing so is a discourtesy to area chairs and will result in your paper being refused. Per PCA/ACA guidelines, a person may present only one paper at the annual meeting, regardless of subject area. If you try to submit to two areas, the master program will not accept your proposals (which may result in your paper not being accepted in either area).



Submission Deadline:  1 October 2018


Each year the SF/F Area hosts a fundraising event that includes a film, snacks, and a prize raffle of DVDs, novels, academic books, etc.—thousands of dollars in merchandise. Come enjoy the food, friendship, and fun! This year’s movie will be fantasy film – The Hobbit (animated – 1977). The screening will be Friday night. Fundraising supports area activities and awards to the two best papers, graduate student and professional. The Student Award includes a cash prize. More details about these awards can be found at the area’s website: . We do accept donations of items for the raffle, so if your shelves are starting to bulge under all of your SF/F memorabilia, ask yourself if you really need 3 Thor action figures. If not, then donate that stuff to us.


Please be aware that the PCA offers several (highly competitive) travel bursaries and deadlines for them are the 1 December 2018.  Check the PCA website for more information.



Hope to see you in Washington!


PCA/ACA SF/F Area Chairs


Gillian I Leitch, Sherry Ginn, and Heather M Porter




Direct all enquiries to our email address:


NOTE: While the PCA/ACA welcomes fresh approaches to subjects, we also appreciate serious commitment to scholarship and to presenting at the conference.


Please note that this is a professional conference and once you are accepted, your presentation becomes integral to the success of the event.  If you must cancel, please notify the Area Chairs of your withdrawal as soon as you know.  Failure to do so will impact future opportunities to present at this conference.


Next year’s conference will commence early Wednesday morning. Be advised that your panel will be assigned a time randomly by the master scheduler. We cannot change the schedule after it is completed, so please ensure that you will be able to attend the entire conference before you submit your proposal. In other words, clear your schedule from Wednesday through Saturday. We will notify you of your exact presentation time as soon as we can, but know that the program is not likely to be completed before December 1st; make your hotel reservations as soon as possible. The number of reserved rate hotel rooms is limited.


Please consult our handy guide for proposing here:

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CFP – Ethics and Culture Series at McFarland!

ethics and culture

Ethics and Culture
This series focuses on scholarly books that will be of interest to
both academics and non-academics. The books should contain
new, original material and explore various areas where scholarly
debates intersect with cultural concerns.
What We Want
Book Length Manuscripts
 For example, T. Furman, The Ethics of Poker (978-1-4766-6461-3)
Edited Volumes
 For example, T. Samek and L. Shultz, Information Ethics, Globalization,
and Citizenship: Essays on Ideas to Praxis (978-1-4766-6772-0 )
Categories of interest include but are not limited to debates in healthcare,
science, genetic enhancement, free speech, journalism, literary genre,
sports, gaming, politics, business, performing arts, immigration, technology,
disability, environment, urban space, law enforcement, protest, and
popular culture.

Have an Idea?
James M. Okapal
Series Editor
Also visit
and explore
“Becoming an Author”
For general information
Tel: 336-246-4460
FAX: 336-246-5018

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CFP- Batman in Popular Culture Conference – 30 Dec 2018

Call for Papers

Batman in Popular Culture Conference

Friday, April 12 and Saturday April, 13 2019

Bowling Green State University Bowling Green, Ohio, USA

The Department of Popular Culture and the Browne Popular Culture Library at Bowling Green State University in Bowling Green, Ohio are proud to announce the Batman in Popular Culture Conference on Friday, April 12 and Saturday, April 13, 2019.  The Batman in Popular Culture conference aims to examine Batman in Popular Culture in all mediums and media.  It is intended to serve as a space for academics, graduate students, comic industry professionals, retailers and fans to engage in dialogue about topics related to Batman in its many media forms, mediums and cultural influence in popular culture and beyond. The scope of this conference is deliberately broad, with the intention of highlighting the interdisciplinary nature and many different avenues of research possible related to Batman in Popular Culture.

Possible topics might include but are not limited to:


  • Textual analysis of graphic novels, storylines, other texts related to Batman
  • In-depth analysis of particular authors & artists work related to Batman
  • The development of supporting characters, villains, and themes within the Batman mythos
  • Batman in Popular Music
  • Batman in Film, Television, and Animation
  • The rise of Batman-centric podcasts
  • Batman as a mass merchandising phenomenon
  • Batman VS. Superman
  • Batman and video games
  • The role of diversity issues (race, gender, ethnicity, sexuality) within Batman’s world
  • Batman within the Comics Industry (writing, drawing, retailing, etc.)
  • Batman art and covers across the decades
  • How authors build an audience in an era of subgenre specialization
  • Reception and fan communities for Batman and the superhero genre
  • Digital Humanities approaches to Comics and Mass Media Studies with emphasis on Batman


We welcome individual proposals or pre-formed panels that address any or all of these themes. As the conference seeks to provide a multitude of perspectives, academic presentations and those from outside the academy are welcome.

Please send a 300-word abstract describing your individual presentation to  with “Batman in Popular Culture” in the subject line. (Panel, roundtable, performance, and artistic display proposals should include a 300 proposal for each individual and a 500-word proposal explaining the group presentation.) Submissions should be sent in a document attachment with the following information:

Author’s name/Title

Institutional Affiliation (if applicable)

Email address

Presentation Title and Abstract

Deadline for Submissions is Monday, December 30, 2018.


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CFP- Re-entering Joss Whedon’s Dollhouse – 1 Sept 2018


Co-editors Heather M. Porter and Michael Starr invite proposals or completed essays for an edited collection of scholarly works that explore Joss Whedon’s science fiction television series Dollhouse (2009-2010). Though arguably Whedon’s most provocative foray into television, Dollhouse has thus far been subject to limited academic analysis in comparison to his other works, something this collection is aiming to redress. Indeed, Dollhouse’s meditations upon corporate control of the individual and female autonomy have grown ever more prevalent in the light of contemporary socio-political developments and the #metoo movement, and are hence ripe for further investigation.
Proposals should demonstrate not only a clear methodology and strong thesis but also a
familiarity with prior and current conversations and publications about the series, and the Whedonverse in general. The anticipated collection seeks to showcase a range of theoretical lenses; we are hence interested in a variety of topics as well as diverse disciplinary approaches. Though not prescriptive, it may be productive to consider the following list of topics:

Dollhouse and the #metoo movement
Recent controversy surrounding Joss Whedon’s feminism
The influence and legacy of Dollhouse on television (e.g. HBO’s Westworld)
Dollhouse and the current and expanding corporate influences on government
The construction of sexuality and/or gender
Queer identity and Theory
Race Relations
The Posthuman Body
The Dollhouse Comics
Philosophy and Ethics
Paratexts or production elements

We strongly recommend authors familiarize themselves with these publications to extend and/or challenge published analyses of the series:
Espenson, Jane, ed. Inside Joss’ Dollhouse: From Alpha To Rossum. Dallas, TX: Benbella,
Ginn, Sherry, Heather M. Porter and Alyson Buckman, eds. Joss Whedon’s Dollhouse:
Confounding Purpose, Confusing Identity. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2014.

All essays in the Dollhouse Issue of Slayage: The Journal of the Whedon Studies
Association. Volume 8.2/3, Summer/Fall 2010.
Selected writings on Dollhouse in:

Ginn, Sherry. Power and Control in the Television Worlds of Joss Whedon. Jefferson, NC:
McFarland and Company, 2012.

Iatropoulos, Mary Ellen and Lowery A. Woodall III, eds. Joss Whedon and Race. Jefferson,
NC: McFarland and Company, 2016.

Kitchens, Juliette C. At Home in the Whedonverse: Essays on Domestic Place, Space and Life. Jefferson, NC: McFarland and Company, 2017.

Waggoner, Erin B. Sexual Rhetoric in the Works of Joss Whedon. Jefferson, NC: McFarland and Company, 2010.

The Whedonology Academic Whedon Studies Bibliography, available at:
Queries and Submissions:
Please send queries and abstracts for proposed chapter-length original work (350-500
words) to (subject line: Dollhouse Collection).
Proposals should be submitted no later than September 1, 2018. Selected contributors will be notified by October 1, 2018. We suggest but do not require that proposals include a working bibliography. Please provide in a separate document or in the body of the email a brief author biography and selected list of prior publications/conference presentations. We are currently discussing the book proposal with a publisher who is very interested in the collection, hence are working on a production timeline which would tentatively allow the book a 2020 publication date.

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CFP – Russian Society of American Culture Studies Conference, 2018

Dear Colleagues
We invite you to take part in the Russian Society of American Culture Studies
XLIV International conference of the Russian Society of American Culture
Studies will be held December 6-19, 2018 at Lomonosov Moscow State
University Journalism Department. Its theme – “America and Europe: Forms
of Cultural Interaction”.
Sections: Journalism, American Culture of the 17th -19th Centuries,
Contemporary culture, Ethnic Contribution, Gender, Fantastic in the Arts,
Canadian perspectives. Also a traditional Round Table discussion: Imprints –
Image of America and Image of Russia will be held. You are welcome to suggest your own panel (no less than 3 participants).
Deadline – May 15, 2018.
Official languages of the conference are English and Russian. All participants
will understand papers given in English and will provide an English resume of
their talk, if given in Russian.
The deadline for abstracts – September 15, 2018 (half a page). Please send
them to all to On the basis of delivered and discussed
papers, an annual bilingual collection is published.
Conference fee $ 100 US, payable upon arrival, includes also an excursion to
Kremlin and a farewell party.
Information about visa support: As it is a lengthy process – please send the
needed materials [copy of two first pages of passport and info on place of birth
(city and country), affiliation and position, office address, phone and fax
numbers, place of visa application, dates of arrival and departure] to the
address no later than September 20, 2018. See you at our conference!
Larisa Mikhaylova, RSACS Secretary

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SFF Paper Prizes 2018

Congrats to our two winners for the annual conference paper prize at PCA


Faculty/Independent Scholar
Carey Millsap-Spears -“Sometimes you need to roll a hard six”
Student Award 2018
Finola Prendergast – “Diverging Dystopias: Why Brave New World and Divergent at not the Same Genre”
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Schedule for PCA 2018

Star Trek & Ghost in a Shell ·         The Continuing Voyage: Women and Power in the Kelvin Reboot and Star Trek: Discovery

·         Beyond Utopia: Posthuman Bodies and Our A-mortal Future in Ghost in the Shell

·         Rich Ghost in the Rich Shell: Inequality in the Coming Cybernetic Age

Wednesday, March 28, 2018 – 8:00am to 9:30am JW Grand Ballroom 1
Butler & Hopkinson ·         Autonomous Magic: Magical Realism as Reclamation of Autonomy within Science Fiction in Octavia Butler’s Wild Seed

·         Speculative Landscapes, Erotic Power, and Black Woman Magic in Nalo Hopkinson’s Fiction

·         The Intersection of Disability, Race, and Gender in Octavia Butler’s Parable series

Wednesday, March 28, 2018 – 9:45am to 11:15am JW Grand Ballroom 1
Harry Potter ·         “Dumbledore’s Army, Now Recruiting”: Harry Potter, Social Justice, and the 2016 Presidential Election

·         Regenerations and Polyjuice Potions: Harry Potter’s Influence on the Doctor’s Regenerations

·         Wielding the Wand: Minerva McGonagall Does It Better

·         Dissemination of Information in Harry Potter: The Daily Prophet as Alternative Facts

Wednesday, March 28, 2018 – 1:15pm to 2:45pm JW Grand Ballroom 1
Star Trek ·         These Are The Voyages?: Star Trek: Discovery, The Orville and The Post-Jubilee Trek Legacy

·         Star Trek Deep Space Nine, Is Oppression “Far Beyond the Stars”?

·         A Federation Free-Lunch in /and Mega City One: Universal Basic Income in Judge Dred and Star Trek.

·         Deconstructing Development: Star Trek, Exploration, and Exclusion

Wednesday, March 28, 2018 – 3:00pm to 4:30pm JW Grand Ballroom 1

·         Anthropological Perspectives on Wonder Woman in and Out of the Classroom

·         Pop Culture in Composition: Pedagogy and Wonder Woman

·         Costuming in Wonder Woman

Thursday, March 29, 2018 – 9:45am to 11:15am JW Grand Ballroom 1
I Still want to Believe: the Enduring Cultural Relevance of the X-Files ·         Disappearing Without a Trace: Indigenous Representations in The X-Files

·         The (post-) truth is out there: The X-Files in the age of “alternative facts”

·         The XXX-Files: Renegotiating Dana Scully’s Sexual Agency through Erotic Fanfiction

Thursday, March 29, 2018 – 11:30am to 1:00pm JW Grand Ballroom 1
Beauty, Beasts, and Androids ·         “Electrical Things Have Their Lives”: Exploring the Legacy of Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? and Blade Runner in Almost Human

·         “Do you know what ‘robot’ means? It means ‘slave.’” Examinations of androids, servitude, and revolt in Blade Runner, The World’s End, and Westworld

·         Barbie meets Fiona: Conflicting Discourses of Beauty in Sci-fi Films

·         The Archetypal Mother of Evil: Grendel’s Mother, Cersei Lannister, and Sarah Palmer

Thursday, March 29, 2018 – 1:15pm to 2:45pm JW Grand Ballroom 1
Science Fiction & Fantasy Novels ·         “What the Hell Did I Just Read?”: A study of intertextuality in David Wong’s “John Dies at the End” series

·         The Contingent Post-Structuralism of Frank Herbert’s Dune Novels

·         Entangled States: Putting Affect Theory into Play with Nnedi Okorafor and Ann Leckie

Thursday, March 29, 2018 – 3:00pm to 4:30pm JW Grand Ballroom 1
Gender and Sexuality ·         Away from prying eyes: Queer spaces and the performance of intimate relations in contemporary supernatural television

·         What to Expect When He’s Expecting: Images of Male Pregnancy in Science Fiction

·         “’In Love with a Woman Who is Not a Woman’: Cylon Queerness as Abject Other”

Thursday, March 29, 2018 – 4:45pm to 6:15pm JW Grand Ballroom 1
SFF on TV ·         Decidedly Disastrous Dealings: Oh, Woe Is Dean!

·         “A Place of Fear”: Teen Wolf Recalls Kristallnacht in the Trump Era

·         Television’s Cool Misfits: Millennial Heroes and Their Friends in Sci-fi and Fantasy

·         The Old Gods and the New Gods: A Clash of Cultures in Neil Gaiman’s American Gods

Friday, March 30, 2018 – 8:00am to 9:30am JW Grand Ballroom 1
Politics, Religion and Ethics ·         Within the Moon’s Shadow: Reflections of Religious Metaphysics in Sci Fi and Fantasy.

·         “Liminal Limitations: The Politics and Ethics of Fantasy and Science Fiction Travel”

·         Bodies Must Move: The Siren of Capitalism in Mid-Century Science Fiction

·         Desire’s Surface: Rowena Morrill’s Fantasy Illustration and the Late Capitalist Rhetoric of Embodiment

Friday, March 30, 2018 – 9:45am to 11:15am JW Grand Ballroom 1
Buffy, The Vampire Slayer ·         What Just Happened?: Sacrifice, Heroics, and Death in Joss Whedon’s Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Avengers

·         “It’ll All be Right as Rain”: The Life and Death (and Life) of Transubstantial Bodies in the Buffyverse

·         “I was raised to believe that men dig up the corpses and the women have the babies:” Examining the Psychology of Sex and Gender in the Whedonverses

Friday, March 30, 2018 – 11:30am to 1:00pm JW Grand Ballroom 1
Creative Writing – Open Mic ·         Poems on Fantasy authors, and fantastical poems on Keats Friday, March 30, 2018 – 1:15pm to 2:45pm JW Grand Ballroom 1
Star Wars ·         Star Wars: The Force Awakens and the Cryptic Frame

·         “Star Wars in the Anglo-American Context: Episode I – Civic Virtue, Corruption, and Universal Monarchy”

·         Star Wars in the Anglo-American Context: Episode II – The Popish Plot, Righteous Rebellion, and Messianic Deliverance

·         My Research has Jets: Exploring Barthes’ Enigmas and Fan Based Exaltation within Star Wars, DC Comics, and Television

Saturday, March 31, 2018 – 8:00am to 9:30am JW Grand Ballroom 1
Apocalypse 1 ·         Doctor Who and the Apocalypse

·         Apocalyptic Consciousness and the Development of Alternative Models of Nationalism in the work of J.R.R. Tolkien

·         Evolutionary Psychology and the Apocalypse: The Fit May Survive but at What Cost?

·         And the Apocalypse Makes Three: Monogamy in Apocalyptic Fiction

Saturday, March 31, 2018 – 9:45am to 11:15am JW Grand Ballroom 1
Publish your F/SF Nonfiction with McFarland ·         Publish your F/SF Nonfiction with McFarland Saturday, March 31, 2018 – 11:30am to 1:00pm JW Grand Ballroom 1
Fandom ·         A Social Desire Path of Their Own: Female Superheroes, Fans, and the Absence of Industry Empathy

·         Not a Hollywood Blockbuster? Comparative study of Russian and the US Audiences viewing Peter Jackson’s Hobbit trilogy

·         Blerds, Gamer Girls, and Bronies: The Changing Face of Fandom

Saturday, March 31, 2018 – 1:15pm to 2:45pm JW Grand Ballroom 1
Feminism ·         Xena: Amazonian Proto-Wonder Woman

·         Alien: In Space, No One Can Hear You Scream About Inequality and Power Dynamics

·         “I am No Man’s Land:” Transforming the Feminine in Patty Jenkin’s Wonder Woman

·         James Cameron, Joss Whedon, and what some people just don’t understand about feminism

Saturday, March 31, 2018 – 3:00pm to 4:30pm JW Grand Ballroom 1
Marvel Cinematic Universe ·         Red in Everyone’s Ledger: Marvel’s Black Widow Difficulties

·         Cool Backstory Bro?: Why the Vulture Transcends all other MCU Villains

Saturday, March 31, 2018 – 4:45pm to 6:15pm JW Grand Ballroom 1
SFF Area Meeting Meeting Friday, March 30, 2018 – 3:00pm to 4:30pm JW Grand Ballroom 1
SFF Movie Night Film screening Friday, March 30, 2018 – 8:15pm to 9:45pm JW Grand Ballroom 1
Joss Whedon and the Marvel Cinematic Universe ·         Necessary Regrets: Assessing the dangers of fulfillment in the Framework

·         “The only thing I like about myself is you“: The “Terminal Identity” of the Whedonverses

·         Agents of SHIELD’s “Framework” as Interconnected Canon

Saturday, March 31, 2018 – 6:30pm to 8:00pm JW Grand Ballroom 1
Pot Pourri! ·         VR > IRL ;)?…Nope OMG! : How Ready Player One Forefronts Debord’s Spectacle

·         Does the Dog Die? A look into the human relationship with dogs on the silver screen.

·         Monster’R’US

Saturday, March 31, 2018 – 8:15pm to 9:45pm JW Grand Ballroom 1
The Frankenstein Myth in Science Fiction Fantasy ·         “Big, Scary, and Frankenstein-Looking: Buffy, the Vampire Slayer, Frankenstein, and Post-Modernism”

·         It’s part of the research: Attempts to control the natural in Buffy and Frankenstein

·         “Sometimes, You Need to Roll a Hard Six”: the Gothic Science Fiction in Frankenstein and Battlestar Galactica

·         “We have a lot to talk about”: The Dialogical Adam in Buffy the Vampire Slayer

Saturday, March 31, 2018 – 8:00am to 9:30am JW Grand Ballroom 2
What SFF Teaches Children and Young Adults About Our World ·         YA and Adult Dystopias: Distinct Subgenres?

·         Brave Girls in Uncanny Worlds: Coraline Jones & Eleven in Upside-Down Worlds of Wonder

Saturday, March 31, 2018 – 9:45am to 11:15am JW Grand Ballroom 2
Psychology in Science Fiction & Fantasy ·         Memory as Forgetting: The Role of Heterotopia in Showcase’s Continuum

·         “My Story Is an Embroidery”: Representing Trauma Within the World of Orphan Black

·         Beatin’ into Submission: Trauma Bonding in The Dark Tower and The Walking Dead

·         Back to the Future: ReGenesis, The Neurotic Genius, and Scientific Censorship

Saturday, March 31, 2018 – 11:30am to 1:00pm JW Grand Ballroom 2
Apocalypse 2 ·         Galactic Colonization: Conquest Narratives and the Role of the Natural Environment in The 100

·         The Final Ship: Military Criticism and Redemption in Post-Cataclysmic Narratives

·         More apparent than real: Y2K and the millennium in Crusade, Cleopatra 2525 and Dark Angel

·         Where Post-Human Meets the Prehistoric: Temporal Dissidence and the End of the World in The Magicians

Saturday, March 31, 2018 – 1:15pm to 2:45pm JW Grand Ballroom 2
SFF Cinema ·         Echoes through Space and Time: The Theory of Non-Linear Temporality in Slaughterhouse-Five and Arrival

·         Communication, empathy and time-travel in Arrival and The Peripheral: we might just survive

·         “We Can Sell It for You Wholesale: Philip Kindred Dick, Chronotopal Science Fiction, and Cinematic Spectacle”

·         Hollywood Dick: Screamers and Imposter

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