The latest issue of Extrapolation is out. It includes reviews of David S. Roh et al.'s Techno-Orientalism: Imagining Asia in Speculative Fiction, History, and Media, Isiah Lavender III's Black and Brown Planets: The Politics of Race in SF, Andrzej Wicher et al.'s Basic Categories of Fantastic Literature Revisited, Frenchy Lunning's Mechademia 8: Tezuka's Manga Life, a critical edition of Jules Verne's A Priest in 1835,Ann Hiebert Alton and William C. Spruiell's Discworld and the Disciplines: Critical Approaches to the Terry Pratchett Works, Mark Bould's study of Solaris, Stanislaw Lem's Selected Letters to Michael Kandel, and Samuel R. Delaney's The American Shore: Meditations on a Tale of SF by Thomas M. Disch. Essays in this issue include Jane Donawerth and Kat Scally's "'You've found no records': Slavery in Maryland and the Writing of Octavia Butler's Kindred," Zachary Showers' "Perennial Rule of the Masses: Class, Sex, and Decline in Ape and Essence," Jonathan Lewis' "Confronting Dystopia: The Power of Cognition in Neal Stephenson's Snow Crash and The Diamond Age," and Joy Sanchez-Taylor's "Interplanetary Diaspora and Fourth World Representation in Celu Amberstone's 'Refugees.'"