D. Harlan Wilson

D. Harlan Wilson is a professor of English at Wright State University-Lake Campus, the reviews editor of Extrapolation, and the editor-in-chief of Anti-Oedipus Press. He is the author of over 20 books of fiction and nonfiction, most recently a short-story collection about media pathology, Natural Complexions (Equus Press, 2018), and a biocritical study of the life and work of J. G. Ballard (University of Illinois Press, 2017). Visit Wilson online at dharlanwilson.com.


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

A History of Patriarchy

OBSESSION IS AN EARMARK of J. G. Ballard’s canon. His protagonists consistently demonstrate obsessive qualities, and the degree to which ...


Nostalgia for Detritus

"After the Saucers Landed" is a work of metafictional science fiction that plays with the postmodern themes of identity, nostalgia, and commodity-culture....


The Magus and His Mediums

THE PUBLICATION of Watchmen generated a healthy buzz when it was released between 1986 and 1987 as a miniseries in twelve ...


Girl Without the Dragon Tattoo

SOUTH AFRICAN AUTHOR Lauren Beukes’s latest novel is less SF than it is mystery, suspense, and horror, riffing on both ...


Osama bin Laden, Pulp Vigilante

Tidhar is a word-painter, constructing vibrant and poetic landscapes of narrative in spite of the novel’s dark and brooding subject matter....


Words That Kill: Kawamata Chiaki’s “Death Sentences”
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