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Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts by JFA

      • JFA, published since 1988, is an interdisciplinary journal devoted to the study of the
        fantastic in Literature, Art, Drama, Film, and Popular Media. It is published three times
        a year by the International Association for the Fantastic in the Arts.

        Like the International Conference on the Fantastic in the Arts, JFA welcomes papers on all aspects of the fantastic in world literatures and media, as well as interdisciplinary approaches including African/Diaspora Studies, anthropology, area studies, critical game studies, disability studies, future studies, gender studies, history, Indigenous studies, music, philosophy, political science, postcolonial studies, psychology, queer studies, religious studies, science and technology studies, and sociology. All papers are made available in English and fully refereed. The journal is indexed in the MLA Bibliography.
        Visit the author website at:http://www.fantastic-arts.org/jfa/

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Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts
(JFA)

STORY DESCRIPTION

Contents
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Images of Horror: Black Childhood as a Site of Resistance in Visual Media
Sara Austin

The Emotion of Dread in Cinematic Horror
Matthias De Bondt

Atomic Art and the Ecological Perspectives of David Lynch
Todd Tietchen

Han Song's Weirdly Sublime Anti-Modernity
Ron Judy

REVIEWS

Kevin J. Wetmore Jr.'s The Conjuring (Devil's Advocates)
Rev. by Zachary Doiron

Tison Pugh's Harry Potter and Beyond: On J.K. Rowling's Fantasies and Other Fictions
Rev. by Anna L?scher

Christy Williams's Mapping Fairy-Tale Space: Pastiche and Metafiction in Borderless Tales
Rev. by Alexandra Lykissas

Kyle A. Moody and Nicholas Yanes's Hannibal for Dinner: Essays on America's Favorite Cannibal on Television
Rev. by Kathleen Shaughnessy

Laurence Rickels's Critique of Fantasy, Vol 1: Between a Crypt and a Datemark, Critique of Fantasy, Vol 2: The Contest Between B-Genres, and Critique of Fantasy, Vol 3: The Block of Fame
Rev. by Brian Willems

 

No. words: 46223

Style: General Non-Fiction, Creative Writing

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Published: 2 / 2023

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