How does translation affect interpretation?
Where can you get started with Afro Futurism?
How does FURY ROAD subvert all of your rape arguments?
Who started cosplay in 1939?
The Internet has the answers. Speculative Fiction 2015 collects over fifty of the best reviews, essays and media commentary from all facets of SFF. From insightful deconstruction of major blockbuster films, to considered arguments for diversity and inclusivity in science fiction and fantasy, this edition highlights many of the most complex and important events in speculative fiction fandom from 2015.
Contributors include: Aaron Bady, Aliette de Bodard, Liz Bourke, Octavia Cade, Vajra Chandrasekera, Zen Cho, Phenderson Djeli Clark, Miranda Dawson, Sady Doyle, Amal El-Mohtar, Fabio Fernandes, Samantha Field, Ira Gladkova, Mathilda Gregory, Nalo Hopkinson, Erin Horakova, S.L. Huang, N.K. Jemisin, Laura, Rose Lemberg, Leslie, Claire Light, Rochita Loenen-Ruiz, Alex Dally MacFarlane, Keguro Macharia, Arkady Martine, Foz Meadows, Usman Malik, Sarah McCarry, Erica McGilivray, Lincoln Michel, J.A. Micheline, Mary Anne Mohanraj, Aidan Moher, Barbara Morais, Abigail Nussbaum, Daniel José Older, Chinelo Onwualu, Mark Oshiro, Will Partin,Tim Phipps, Sofia Samatar, Carrie Sessarego, Leah Schnelbach, M Sereno, Iona Sharma, Lauren Smith, Claire Spaulding, Maureen Kincaid Speller, Kari Sperring, Cecilia Tan, Charles Tan, Bogi Takács, This Grassy Plain, James Whitbrook, Troy L. Wiggins, Fran Wilde, Renay Williams, and JY Yang.
With a foreword by Mikki Kendall and cover by Kenda Montgomery.