We are far from the halcyon days of mimeographed fan-zines, paperbacks, and magazines, which used to be the lifeblood of science-fiction. These were rich with epistolary rants from readers and first-run stories, crummy illustrations of sensuous monsters and their prey; they were also ephemeral, paper, dust-to-dust-able. Today if one seeks a thoughtful criticism of science fiction, no need to send away for anything: the Internet provides.
Below, for your engagement, some of the best material I’ve found on the web. I will try to periodically provide (for those who are interested) ya’ll the highlights of my perpetual online research. Let’s call this Phase One.
Judith Genova, Tiptree and Haraway: The Reinvention of Nature, from JSTOR