Recently Published Scholarly Books on Speculative Fiction

New books of science fiction and fantasy criticism are published every week. Here are a few of the more recent scholarly books concerning the field of speculative fiction, from some of the foremost scholars in the genre. 

Disability in Science Fiction: Representations of Technology as Cure ed. Kathryn Allan (August 2013) 

Stories about Stories: Fantasy and the Remaking of Myth by Brian Attebery (January 2014) 

Parabolas of Science Fiction ed. Brian Attebery and Veronica Hollinger (July 2013) 

Suffered from the Night: Queering Stoker’s Dracula by Steve Berman (October 2013) 

Strange Matings: Science Fiction, Feminism, African American Voices, and Octavia E. Butler  ed. Rebecca Holden and Nisi Shawl (July 2013)

The Science Fiction Handbook  ed. Nick Hubble and Aris Mousoutzanis (January 2014) 

The Past That Might Have Been, the Future That May Come: Women Writing Fantastic Fiction, 1960s to the Present (Critical Explorations in Science Fiction and Fantasy) by Lauren J. Lacey (December 2013) 

Apocalypse and Post-Politics: The Romance of the End by Mary Manjikian (December 2013) 

Dark Horizons: Science Fiction and the Dystopian Imagination ed. Tom Moylan and Raffaella Baccolini (December 2013) 

Theory of Mind and Science Fiction by Nicholas O. Pagan (January 2014) 

Singularities: Technoculture, Transhumanism, and Science Fiction in the 21st Century by Joshua Raulerson (December 2013) 

From Literature to Biterature: Lem, Turing, Darwin, and Explorations in Computer Literature, Philosophy of Mind, and Cultural Evolution by Peter Swirski (October 2013) 

Apocalypse in Contemporary Japanese Science Fiction by Motoko Tanaka (January 2014) 

Afrofuturism: The World of Black Sci-fI and Fatnasy Culture by Ytasha L. Womack (Oct 2013)