MOSF Journal of Science Fiction

MOSF Journal of Science Fiction Volume 2: Issue 1 is here!

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Submissions:
We are currently accepting submissions on a rolling basis. We seek both researched academic articles (5,000-8,000 words) and short, reflective essays (500-1,000 words) on science fiction. To submit your work, click "About" > "Submissions: Online Submissions", create an account, and follow the submission prompts.

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Interested in joining our team of peer reviewers? Please click "About" > "Submissions: Online Submissions" to create an account and register as a reviewer. Be sure to indicate your reviewing interests, as this will help our team identify articles for you to peer review. We'll draw from this reviewer database for our peer review process.

Book Reviews:
For more information about reviewing books for our journal, or if you are a publisher who wants to send materials to us for review, please visit http://publish.lib.umd.edu/scifi/about/editorialPolicies#custom-0.

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Editorial Team:
If you're interested in becoming a volunteer member of our editorial team, please contact Managing Editor Heather McHale  (heather.mchale(at)museumofsciencefiction.org) with a cover letter and updated CV or resume.

 

ISSN 2474-0837


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Announcements

 

MOSF Journal of Science Fiction News: Call for Peer Reviewers

 
The JOSF seeks peer reviewers to join our team.  
Posted: 2017-08-07 More...
 
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Vol 2, No 1 (2017)

Table of Contents

Masthead

Masthead (V2N1) PDF EPUB HTML
 

Editorial

Letter from the Editor PDF EPUB HTML
Heather McHale
Full Cover Art PDF EPUB HTML
Michael Honch

Articles

ALICE and the Apocalypse: Particle Accelerators as Death Machines in Science Fiction PDF EPUB HTML
Kristine Larsen
“Alive in the Now”: Art and Authenticity in Philip K. Dick and William Gibson PDF EPUB HTML
Antoinette LaFarge
Loving the Alien, Hating the Hybrid - A Cultural Study of Robotech EPUB PDF HTML
Christopher H. Mich
Avoiding Paradoxes in Multiverse Time Travel Narratives PDF EPUB HTML
Morgan Luck

Book Reviews

Stephen Webb, Where Is Everybody? PDF EPUB HTML
Alexander Cendrowski
Barry Luokkala, Exploring Science Through Science Fiction PDF EPUB HTML
Jen Jenkins
The Caloris Network: A Scientific Novel PDF EPUB HTML
Steven Gentry

Full Issue PDF

Journal of Science Fiction, V2N1 PDF EPUB
 

Announcements and News

CFP: Afrofuturism Issue PDF EPUB HTML
 
Call for Peer Reviewers PDF EPUB HTML
 

About the Contributors

About the Contributors EPUB PDF HTML
 


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ISSN: 2474-0837