by Issue Editor Isaac Bell If you're reading this, then you're a member of a minority. You're a fan of science fiction, or fantasy, or speculative fiction in general (and just knowing the latter term marks you as a member of an even smaller group). Despite the wide popularity of shows and movies we might claim [...]
By Christopher McKitterick — Personal reflections on the achievements and influences of James Gunn.
Kirk T. Pistol Closely Encounters Enormous Flight Changes At the Last Minute—Sans Starship: A True James Gunn Appreciation Story
By Marleen S. Barr — A somewhat-fictionalized retelling of a headlong flight taken by Our Hero in order to meet Jim Gunn.
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By Michael R. Page — An analysis of James Gunn's work in the early days of serious literary criticism of science fiction.
By Nathaniel Williams — The introduction for the 2013 Eaton/SFRA panel that discussed the legacy and works of Professor James Gunn, the inspiration for Ad Astra.
By Michael R. Page These are the sources referenced in "Science Fiction Goes to College" References Allen, D. (Ed.). (1971). Science Fiction: The Future. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich. Allen, L. D. (1973). Science Fiction: An Introduction. Lincoln: Cliffs Notes. Asimov, I. (May, 1972). “Academe and I.” Fantasy and Science Fiction. 133-43. Bova, B. (June, [...]