Kristina Baudemann

Kristina Baudemann is a PhD student and instructor at the University of Flensburg in Flensburg, Germany. She contributed to The Fictions of Stephen Graham Jones: A Critical Companion (2016) and Indigenous Futurisms, a special issue of Extrapolation (2016). She will never not consider pursuing a path as a typological “terianthropologist”*, a dog trainer, or an aerobics instructor. The completion of her dissertation on science fiction might coincide with a worldwide aerobics revival, and there is no telling what the future will hold then. *scholar in the discipline of the study of shapeshifting


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

One of Them Now, Finally: Stephen Graham Jones’s “Mongrels”
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