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On Joanna Russ
Farah Mendlesohn, ed.

Wesleyan University Press


• Alyx Among the Genres, Gary K. Wolfe
• Russ of Writing Science Fiction, and Reviewing It, Edward James
• A History of One’s Own: Joanna Russ and the Creation of a Feminist Science Fiction Tradition, Lisa Yaszek
• The Female ‘Atlas’ of Science Fiction? Russ, feminist and the SF community, Helen Merrick
• Learning the ‘Prophet Business’: The Merrill-Russ Intersection, Dianne Newell and Jenéa Tallentire
• Joanna Russ’s The Two of Them in an Age of Third Wave Feminism, Sherryl Vint
• Assassin or Avenger-Vandal or Vigilante? Anger, Alienation and Escape Strategies in Joanna Russ’s The Two of Them, Pat Wheeler
• Les human beans? Alienation, Humanity and Community in Joabba Russ’s On Strike Against God, Keridwen Luis
• Kittens Who Run With Wolves: Healthy Girl Development in Joanna Russ’s Kittatiny, Sandra Lindow
• Medusa Laughs: Birds, Thieves, and Other Unruly Women, Andrew M. Butler
• Violent Women, Womanly Violence: Joanna Russ’s Femmes Fatales, Jason Vest
• The ‘Opposed Aesthetic’ in Mina Loy and Joanna Russ, Paul March-Russell
• Joanna Russ and D.W. Griffith, Samuel R. Delany
• Extraordinary People, Graham Sleight
• Castaway: Carnival and Sociobiological Satire in We Who Are About To…, Tess Williams
• The Narrative Topology of Resistance in the Fiction of Joanna Russ, Brian Charles Clark

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