Liverpool Science Fiction Texts and Studies

April 1999
Deconstructing the Starships: Essays & Reviews;1999, preceding p4
The article lists various books published by the Liverpool Science Fiction Texts and Studies that include "Olaf Stapledon: Speaking for the Future" by Robert Crossley, "Female Rule in Chinese and English Literary Utopias" by Qingyun Wu and "The Detached Retina: Aspects of SF and Fantasy" by Brian W. Aldiss.


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