SF & Utopianism

SF/UTOPIA(NISM)      (4-2017)

Writings about DS’s SF &/or Utopia/nism

–James Blish. [Introductory note to] D. Suvin, “The Science Fiction Novel in 1969,” in J. Blish ed., Nebula Award Stories Five. New York: Doubleday, and London: Gollancz, 1970, 193, and New York: Pocket Books, 1972, 152.

P: Schuyler Miller. „Other Worlds, Other Seas, by Darko Suvin.“ Analog/Astouding (Sept. 1971): 162-67.

Ion Hobana. “Science Fiction Studies.” Cahiers roumains d’études littéraires 176 (1976): 134-36.

–Pat[rick] Parrinder. “The Black Wave.” Radical Science J. no. 5 (1977): 45-61.

Shelley Cox. [Review of the Science‑Fiction Studies journal.] Serials Review (Oct.‑Dec. 1978): 17‑18.

Alan Myers. “After the Thaw: A Russian Torrent of SF.” Foundation no. 13 (1978): 109-10 [on  Russian SF 1956-74].

The Pilgrim Award 1979: Darko Suvin. Science Fiction Research Assn. pamphlet. Pp. 2-3: DS, “Pilgrim Award Acceptance Speech” pp. 3-4 : Elizabeth Cummins Cogell, “In Honour of….”

Franz Rottensteiner. “Darko Suvin — Metamorphoses of Science Fiction.” Quarber Merkur no. 52 (Jan. 1980): 81-82.

Elizabeth Cummins Cogell. “A Hopeful Art or an Artful Hope?” Essays in Arts and Sciences 9 (Aug. 1980): 235‑46.

Tom Shippey. “The Hegemonic Novum.” Times Literary Supplement 9 May 1980: 519.

Tom J. Lewis. “Darko Suvin. Metamorphoses of Science Fiction.” World Literature Today (Autumn 1980): ?.

Stephen Gresham. “Metamorphoses of Science Fiction…. By Darko Suvin.” Southern Humanities R no. ?  (1981): 189-90.

Kenneth M. Roemer. “Utopia: Alphabetized, Analyzed, Edited, and Listed.” American Literary Realism 1870‑1910 14.1 (1981): 126‑28.

J.‑P. Vernier. “Metamorphoses of Science Fiction.” Ėtudes anglaises 34.3 (1981): 331.

Brian Stableford. “A Monumental Work.” Science Fiction & Fantasy R. no. 66 (1984): 33‑34.

Herbert Sussman. “Victorian Science Fiction.” Science‑Fiction Studies 11 (1984): 324‑28.

Takayuki Tatsumi. “Darko Suvin tono Taiwa: Cordwainer Smith kara New Wave made” [An Interview with Darko Suvin: From Cordwainer Smith to the New Wave] (English in Science‑Fiction Studies no. 36 [1985]: 202‑08) and at http://www.depauw.edu/sfs/interviews/suvin 36interview.htm; and “Bokenteki SF Gakusha no Shozo” [A Note on the   Interview: Portrait of a Very Radical SF Scholar-Critic, or A Critical Study of Darko Suvin). SF no Hon [The Book of Science Fiction, Tokyo] no. 8 (Oct. 1985): 180‑90 and 191‑202.

Hans‑Joachim Schulz. Science Fiction. Stuttgart: Metzler, 1986, 70‑77 and passim.

Kazuko Yamada. “SF and Theatre: An Interview with Darko Suvin.” Foundation (London) no. 44 (1988/89): 33‑41 (Japanese original as “Betsu no sekai = Arikata no kanōsei no tansaku [Other Worlds = the Search for Other Possibilities of Existence]” partly in Dokushojin [The Reader] no. 1721 [Feb. 22, 1988]: 3).

Lise Leibacher‑Ouvrard. Libertinage et utopies sous le règne de Louis XIV. Genève: Droz, 1989, 10‑12.

Judith Catton. “Suvin’s Best Work.” SFRA Newsletter no. 173 (1989): 23‑24.

Horst Pukallus. “An Interview with Darko Suvin.” Science-Fiction Studies 18.2 (1991): 253-61, available at http://www.jstor.org/pss/4240062 (briefer original “Ein Gespräch mit Darko Suvin.“ Das Science Fiction Jahr 5 (1990): 264-79).

Curtis C. Smith. “Darko Suvin. Positions and Presuppositions in Science Fiction….” Modern Fiction Studies 35.2 (1989): 400.

Raimund Borgmeier. “Objectives and Methods in the Analysis of SF” [review of the Science‑Fiction Studies journal]. Science‑Fiction Studies 17.3 (1990): 383‑91.

John Huntington. “Newness, Neuromancer, and the End of Narrative,” in T. Shippey ed., Fictional Space. English Assn. Essays and Studies 1990. Oxford: Blackwell, and Atlantic Highlands NJ: Humanities P, 1991, 59‑75.

Carl D. Malmgren. Worlds Apart. Bloomington: Indiana UP, 1991, 4, 7‑8, 11, 28‑31, 175, and passim.

Ohhashi Yôichi. “Yakusha atogaki” [“Translator’s Afterword”] to SF no hen’yô. Tôkyô: Kokubun‑Sha, 1991, 471‑78.

Elizabeth Cummins. “Suvin, Darko. Positions and Presuppositions in Science Fiction….” Extrapola­tion (Spring 1991): 87‑91.

Takayuki Tatsumi. “Ninshikiteki ni ika suru hihyô no kokoromi” [An Attempt at a Criticism of Cognitive Estrangement]. Tôshô shimbun 27 Apr. 1991, p. 4.

D.D. Kilgore. “The Blue‑and‑Not‑Yellow Sun” [review of Positions…]. Science‑Fiction Studies  18.1 (1991): 116‑21.

Ohkanda Jôji. “Ohkina hen’ka to ikizumuri” [Revolution and Stagnation in SF: The Viewpoint of an Author Who Brightens the Future]. Shûkan dokushôjin 27 May 1991, p. ?

Tom Shippey. “Learning To Read Science Fiction,” in idem ed., Fictional Space. Oxford:  Blackwell, and Atlantic Highlands NJ: Humanities P, 1991, 1-33 [esp. 9-14].

Niijima Susumu, et al. “Tokushu SF no hen’yo o homu” [Reading Metamorphoses of SF].  Horizm [Tôkyô] no. 21 (1992?): 23‑70.

Damien Broderick. Reading by Starlight. London: Routledge, 1995, 31‑36, 51‑52, and passim.

Charles Elkins. “Reassessing the Work of a Major Utopian Theorist.” Science‑Fiction Studies 25.1 (1998): 110‑11.

Veronica Hollinger. “Contemporary Trends in SF Criticism, 1998‑1999.” Science‑Fiction Studies 26.2 (1999): 233.

Learning from Other Worlds: Estrangement, Cognition and the Politics of Science Fiction and Utopia. Ed. Patrick Parrinder. Liverpool: Liverpool UP, 2000 & Durham: Duke UP, 2001. 312pp.

“Darko Suvin: Checklist of Printed Items that Concern Science Fiction (with Utopian Fiction)…,” in Learning (above),  272-290 [179 items up to 1998, not counting reprints and translations].

Patrick Parrinder. “Learning from Other Worlds” and “Revisiting Suvin’s Poetics of Science Fiction,“ in Learning (above), 1-16 and 36-50.

Tom Moylan. “’Look into the dark’:  On Dystopia and the Novum,” in Learning (above), 51-71; variant version in his Scraps of the Untainted Sky. Boulder: Westview P, 2000, 42-48, 63-64, 75-77, 136-37, 150-52, 299, and passim.

Adam Roberts. Science Fiction. London: Routledge, 2000, 7-10, 16-18, 59, 64.

Bo Fowler. “The Science of Fiction.” New Humanist March 1, 2001 available at http://www.newhumanist.org.uk/volume116issue1

Jimmy McCroy. “Learning from Other Worlds.” SFRA R. no. 252 (2001): 9-10.

Alcena M.D. Rogan. “Learning from Other Worlds.”  South Atlantic R. 67.2 (2002): 105-08.

Sonia Fritzsche. Utopian Studies Jan. 2002 [rev. of For Lack of Knowledge]

Fredric Jameson. Archaeologies of the Future: The Desire Called Utopia and Other Science Fictions. London & New York: Verso, 2005, xiv, 63, 257, 282, 410, 414-15.

Hermann Ritter. “Inklings Jahrbuch für Literatur und Ästhetik.” Magira: Jahrbuch zur Fantasy 2004. Eds. H. Ritter et al. s.l., 430-32 [on the transl. of my essay on Tolkien].

Sheryl Vint. “Marleen Barr, ed. Envisioning the Future….” Extrapolation 46.1 (2005): 144-49 [on DS essay about Zamyatin’s We]

Alcena M.D. Rogan. “The Actual Qualities of Imaginative Things: U.S. War / Militarism and Science Fiction.” Science Fiction Studies vol. 33.2 (2006), http://www.depauw.edu/sfs/birs/bir99.htm#suvin

Phillip Wegner. “Darko Suvin,” entry in 50 Key Figures in Science Fiction. Eds. Mark Bould et al.  NY & L: Routledge, 2009; expanded version transl. into Croatian in Zarez [Zagreb] 12.293, Oct. 14, 2010, 40-41.

Phillip E. Wegner. “Preface: Emerging from the Flood in Which We are Sinking…,” in  Darko Suvin,  Defined by a Hollow. Oxford: P. Lang, 2010, xv-xxxiii.

Phillip E. Wegner. “Foreword: Crossing the Border with Darko Suvin,” in Darko Suvin: A Life in Letters. Ed. Ph.E. Wegner. Vashon Island WA 98070: Paradoxa, 2011, 9-19.

Gerry Canavan. “Marxism as Science Fiction.” Reviews in Cultural Theory 1.1 (2010): 4 electronic pp., reviewsinculture.com/?r=23 accessed 14/9/2010.

Johannes Rüster. “Summa phantastica: Darko Suvin und die Science Fiction.” Inklings-Jahrbuch 19 (2011): 315-17.

Vjeran Katunarić. „Utopija i spas: svjetovi Darka Suvina.“ Zarez 13.303, Feb. 17, 2011, 38.

Carl Freedman. “An Adorno for Our Time.” Extrapolation 52.1 (2011): 110-16.

Barbara Holland-Cunz. “Suvin, Darko. Defined by a Hollow.” Das Argument no. 293 (2011): 596-97.

Mark Bould. “From Llanvihangel Crucorney and Zagreb to the Stars!: Raymond Williams and Darko Suvin on SF.” Science Fiction Studies 39 (2012):  304-12 [review of Defined].

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Gerry Canavan. „Defined as a Hollow“ [review article]. Historical Materialism 21.1 (2013):  209-16.

Phillip E. Wegner. Shockwaves of Possibility: Essays on Science Fiction, Globalization, and Utopia. Oxford: Peter Lang, 2014, 9-13, 18-19, 35, 44-45, 47-48, 63, 70, 185.

Samizdatek: The Masha and Jacques Sayag Collection of Russian Samizdats. „Darko Suvin.“ http://www.samizdatek.com/?page_id=2324 [Brief description of 2 DS English MS. circulating in USSR in typescript and theri role; apparently the one on „the Strugatskys’ Fiction“ was translated into Russian and circulated in samzidat.]. Accessed 2015 and 17/11/2016, not available in 2020.

P[eter] N[icholls]. „Suvin, Darko.“ SFE – The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction. http://www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/suvin_darko. Accessed Dec. 15, 2015.

Gerry Canavan. „>The Suvin Event<,“  Foreword to Metamorphoses of Science Fiction [augmented edn.]. Oxford: P. Lang, 2016, xi-xxxvi.

Zorica Đergović-Joksimović. „The Poetry of Estrangement or Utopia Suviniana.”  Utopian Studies 28.1 (2017): 45-71.

Catherine Samary “A Utopian in the Balkans.” New Left Review no. (Dec. 2018): 137-50; shortened transl. into Greek www.lifo.gr/articles/almanac/271672/mia-outopia-sta-valkania [review of Splendour].

Katie Stone. “’SF and Communism,’ AUB, 25-27/5/2018.“ Foundation 47.3 (2018): 78-82.