Comparative Critical Studies Vol. 19.3: Postcolonial Speculative Literature

The final issue of Comparative Critical Studies for 2022 is now available online: 

Postcolonial Speculative Literature
Guest Edited by July Blalack and Tasnim Qutait

Guest Editors’ Introduction: Speculative Fiction Beyond the West
Tasnim Qutait  and July Blalack 
19(3), pp. 281–296


‘Poison Rainbows’: The Speculative Jurisdiction of Okorafor’s Lagoon
Tabea Wilkes
19(3), pp. 299–313

‘Uncertain Voyages of Signification’: Salvage Poetics of the Caribatopia
Cathy Thomas
19(3), pp. 315–340

Borders, Boundaries and Barricades: Speculative Delhis
Aishwarya Subramanian
19(3), pp. 341–359

The Dark Forest: The Economized Hunting Ground for Human Capital in Liu Cixin’s Three-Body Trilogy
Guangzhao Lyu
19(3), pp. 361–379

Ruins of the Future: On the Possibility of Life in the Aṭlāl
Annie Webster
19(3), pp. 381–398

The Ascension of the Astro-Goth – Yugen Blakrok’s Otherworldly Hip-Hop Poetics
Pius Jonas Vögele
19(3), pp. 399–416

Past Selves, Future Worlds: Folklore and Futurisms in Science Fiction: Filipino Fiction for Young Adults
Gabriela Lee
19(3), pp. 417–428

Notes on Contributors
19(3), pp. v–vii

With many thanks to the general editors, Richard Hibbitt, Adhira Mangalagiri, and Will McMorran.

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