Dale Knickerbocker is Linda E. McMahon Distinguished Professor of Foreign Languages and Literatures at East Carolina University, where he teaches Hispanic languages, literatures, and cultures. He is an associate editor of the Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts and Alambique, and a member of the editorial advisory boards of Extrapolation, Brumal (Spain), and Abusões (Brazil). He is editor of the critical collection Lingua Cosmica: Science Fiction from Beyond the Anglophone Universe, and author of Juan José Millás: The Obsessive-Compulsive Aesthetic and the upcoming Spain Is Different? Historical Memory, Modernity, and the “Two Spains” in Turn-of- the-Millennium Spanish Apocalyptic Novels.
Catalonia in Peril: On Manuel de Pedrolo’s “Typescript of the Second Origin”
Manuel de Pedrolo's "Typescript of the Second Origin" is a novel both born from and about politics: in particular, the politics of identity....