Graham Sleight

Graham Sleight is editor of Foundation: The International Review of Science Fiction and managing editor of the third edition of The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction. He has written for Locus, Science Fiction Studies, Strange Horizons, and the New York Review of Science Fiction. He has contributed to many books in the field, most recently The Cambridge Companion to Fantasy Literature (eds Edward James and Farah Mendlesohn). His book on Doctor Who, entitled The Doctor’s Monsters, is forthcoming from IB Tauris this autumn. His website is www.grahamsleight.com.


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