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The purpose of IAFA is to promote and recognize achievement in the study of the fantastic through its annual academic conference, ICFA, and a journal, the JFA.
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Amanda Firestone Sep 24
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scholars are super important to this issue and the journal in general!
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Amanda Firestone Sep 24
Our most recent issue of Studies in the Fantastic is now available. We're having a (digital) launch party to celebrate! IAFA members are an integral part to this issue. Please attend and share your support. (Also, we are Looking For Submissions!)
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Public Books Sep 23
“World civilization right now is teetering on the brink: it could go well, but it also could go badly. Science fiction is the realism of our time. Utopia and dystopia are both possible,” says Kim Stanley Robinson.
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IAFA Sep 21
Replying to @OmNaes
Quite difficult. 😕
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😈Dr. Moriarty👹 Sep 21
Under the circumstances, a sound decision, tho no doubt a difficult one to make.
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Andrew Ferguson Sep 21
The correct and inevitable move and I will be looking forward to the online panels but I sure do miss the conference hangouts with friends, at ICFA most of all
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Jude Wright Sep 21
This is the only responsible action at the moment. I hope to see many amazing papers and panels online in March. Details and submission guidelines to follow.
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IAFA Sep 20
IAFA 2021 Statement – International Association for the Fantastic in the Arts
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IAFA Sep 17
Call for Proposals: NeMLA, “Climate Change as Reflected in Science Fiction, Film and World Literature”
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IAFA Sep 17
Call for Proposals: NeMLA 2021 Creative Session, “Speculative Figures and Speculative Futures: Our Uncanny Postapocalypse”
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Dr Rob Maslen Sep 17
Here's the text of the five-minute talk I gave at the launch of the Glasgow Centre for Fantasy and the Fantastic last night. I loved choosing the pictures!
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Sirens Conference Sep 15
ANNOUNCEMENT: Sirens at Home will take place online—for free—October 22-25, 2020. While we’ve postponed our “villains” year (featuring Kinitra Brooks, Rin Chupeco, Sarah Gailey, Joamette Gil and Fonda Lee) to 2021, we didn’t want to let 2020 pass without gathering.
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Writing the Other Sep 15
We want to offer more scholarship spots in our class. For every five $100 donations we can add another scholarship. Two $250 donations gets us one more. A $500 donation covers one completely! We're also super grateful for smaller donations.
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Tolkien Society Sep 15
On this day in 1977: J.R.R. 's The Silmarillion was published. Edited by Christopher Tolkien, the book details the entire history of the world before The Hobbit, and goes into the legends that underpin the entire mythology including the creation of the world.
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IAFA Sep 9
Dune 2020 Trailer Denis Villeneuve's Space Vision Comes to Life
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IAFA Sep 5
A Ton of Black Panther Single Issues Are Free on Comixology
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Sean Guynes Sep 3
SFRA Review 50.2-3 () is live, with a special issue on and edited by :
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Sean Guynes Sep 3
Announcing , a new online magazine about genre fiction, world lit, lit and media from below, cultural studies, and writing about systemic injustices and utopian impulses. Care about these things? We'd love hear from you!
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IAFA Sep 3
Star Trek Day: CBS Announces 24 Hour Livestream Con
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K Tempest #WakandaForever Bradford 🖤🤍💜 Sep 3
It's so bittersweet because this did not happen in her lifetime and it 100% should have. Multiple times.
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