Nick Hubble

  Nick Hubble is a writer and academic who lives in Aberystwyth, Wales, UK. Nick is the author of Mass-Observation and Everyday Life (Palgrave Macmillan, 2006; second edition 2010) and (with Philip Tew) of Ageing, Narrative and Identity (Palgrave Macmillan, 2013), and the co-editor (with Aris Mousoutzanis) of the Science Fiction Handbook (Bloomsbury, 2013). Nick is currently writing a book exploring the relationship between proletarian literature and modernism.      


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

A Subtle Weave of Layers

DESPITE INVOLVING GLOBAL apocalypse, planetary colonization, and an evangelical mission to preach to aliens, Michel Faber’s The Book of Strange ...


Fairy-Tale Catastrophe Reborn

REGARDLESS OF ALL the discussion of Margaret Atwood’s relationship to science fiction, and regardless of her own insistence, in her ...


The Pleasures and Perils of Adjacency: Chrisopher Priest’s “The Adjacent”
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