The Summer 2012 issue of Extrapolation is now available from University of Liverpool Press. Here's the lineup:
Andres Lomena. "An Interview with Darko Suvin."
Eric Doise. "Are They Real & Really Different from Us?: Testimony & Simulation in Philip K. Dick's Radio Free Albemuth."
Florian Bast. "'No': The Narrative Theorizing of Embodied Agency in Octavia Butler's Kindred."
Katja Praznik. "'The crucial question seems to me how is democracy institutionalized ...': A Conversation with Darko Suvin."
Bonnie Gaarden. "Twilight: Fairy Tale & Feminine Development."
The issue also includes the usual batch of reviews on Porter's Tarnished Heroes, Charming Villains & Modern Monsters: SF in Shades of Gray on 21st Century TV, Bradley's Richard Matheson on Screen, Kang's Sublime Dreams of Living Machines, Ni Fhlainn's The Worlds of Back to the Future, Miccoli's Posthuman Suffering & the Technological Embrace, Horowitz's Wild Unrest: Charlotte Perkins Gilman & the Making of The Yellow Wallpaper, Weaver's Apocalypse in Australian Fiction & Film, and Crossley's Imagining Mars: A Literary History.