Michael Levy

Michael Levy teaches science fiction and children’s literature at the University of Wisconsin-Stout. A past president of both the Science Fiction Research Association and the International Association for the Fantastic in the Arts, he is currently a co-editor at the peer-reviewed journal Extrapolation. The author of three books and many articles, book chapters, and book reviews, he is currently working on The Cambridge Introduction to Children's Fantasy, co-authored with Farah Mendlesohn, to be published by Cambridge University Press.


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Changing Up Alternate History

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