Surveying the Contemporary Field
of SF Fiction, Media, and Scholarship

The SFRA’s publication of record is the SFRA Review (ISSN 2641-2837). Published quarterly, SFRA Review is devoted to surveying the contemporary field of SF fiction, media, and scholarship as it develops, bringing in-depth reviews with each issue, as well as longer critical articles highlighting key conversations in SF studies, regular retrospectives on recently passed authors and scholars, and reports from members of the SFRA Executive Committee.

The SFRA is also dedicated to promoting research and teaching of science fiction through the publication of anthologies and collections. These include David G. Hartwell and Milton T. Wolf’s Visions of Wonder: The Science Fiction Research Association Reading Anthology (1996), Patricia S. Warrick, Charles G. Waugh, and Martin H. Greenberg’s Science Fiction: The Science Fiction Research Association Anthology (1998), Hal W. Hall, Daryl F. Mallett, and Fiona Kelleghan’s Pilgrims & Pioneers: The History and Speeches of the Science Fiction Research Association Award Winners (1999), and Karen Hellekson, Craig B. Jacobsen, Patrick B. Sharp, and Lisa Yaszek’s Practicing Science Fiction: Critical Essays on Writing, Reading and Teaching the Genre (2010).

Femspec, an interdisciplinary peer-reviewed journal exploring gender in speculative genres, offers discounts to SFRA members negotiated directly with the editor. Contact with proof of membership status. See for more information.

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