Mark Bould

Mark Bould teaches at the University of the West of England and co-edits Science Fiction Film and Television. His most recent books are Science Fiction: The Routledge Film Guidebook (2012), Solaris (2014), and SF Now (2014). He blogs at rather than getting on with the stuff he should be doing.  


In Memoriam: Mark Fisher

Mark Fisher's fans, friends, and colleagues remember the author of "Capitalist Realism" and "The Weird and the Eerie."...

Hacking the Arab Spring

BECAUSE I WILL probably forget to mention it later on: Alif the Unseen is a rattling good yarn, full of action ...

Mining the Great Midden of Genre

A DECADE AGO, Martin Amis declared war against cliché. With his 2008 debut Gone-Away World and now Angelmaker, Nick Harkaway, ...

Mining the Great Midden of Genre
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