Irene Morrison

Irene Morrison is a PhD Candidate in English at UC Riverside, with an emphasis in Speculative Fiction and Cultures of Science. Her research focuses on postcolonial and utopian science fiction. Irene is the author of “Making Gender Trouble in Early Queer SF: Sam Delany’s ‘Aye, and Gomorrah’” (2015), which appeared in Foundation: The International Review of Science Fiction. Her reviews have appeared in Paradoxa, Science Fiction Film and Television, and Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts.


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

Dystopian Surrealism for Our Times: Karin Tidbeck’s “Amatka”
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