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(p. 585) Index

Abbott, Carl, 486
Abé, Kobo, 49
“Abhorsen” trilogy (Nix), 134
Aboard a Flying Saucer (Bethurum), 353
About, Edmond, 532
Abramovic, Marina, 263
Absurrealismus style, 203
Accelerando (Stross), 326
Ace Books, 63, 85, 203
Acker, Kathy, 118, 119, 120
Ackerman, Forrest J., 76
Ackroyd, Peter, 117
Across the Space Frontier (Ryan, ed.), 344
Action Comics, 218
Adams, Mark B., 519
Adamski, George, 352, 353, 358
Adorno, Theodor, 268, 452
Adventure (magazine), 94
Adventures of Jonny Quest (television program), 176
Aesthetics, 7, 16, 35–45;
for different forms of SF, 37;
diversity issue, 35–37;
notion of compulsion in, 41;
prescriptive vs. descriptive, 40;
unique account for SF, 37–38. See also Beauty
Affluent Society, The (Galbraith), 380
Afghanistan conflict, 330, 340
African diaspora, 17, 564, 566, 569, 570
Afro-Future Females (Barr, ed.), 562
Afrofuturism, 16–17, 206, 261, 388, 561–570;
basic assumptions of, 569;
defined, 561;
literary pedigree of, 563;
prominence gained in SF studies, 568
“AfroFuturism” (online forum), 566
Again, Dangerous Visions (Ellison, ed.), 63, 398
Agel, Jerome, 346
A.I.: Artificial Intelligence (film), 232
Air: Or, Have Not Have (Ryman), 130–131, 148, 545–547
Air Battle, The: A Vision of the Future (Lang), 565
Airflow automobile, 368, 369 (figure)
Airliner Number 4 (Bel Geddes), 365
Air Wonder Stories (magazine), 82, 198
Akira (film), 192, 217
Alas Babylon (Frank), 90
Alba (bioluminescent bunny), 241, 272
Alder, Emily, 143
Alder Hey Children’s Hospital, 469
Aldiss, Brian W., 42, 50, 53, 62, 97, 98, 109, 111, 116, 187, 196, 459, 467
ALF (television program), 178
Alice’s Adventures in Atomland in the Plastic Age (Field), 342
Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland (Carroll), 129
Alien (fanzine), 76
Alien (film), 257, 307, 332
Alien Chic (Badmington), 146
Alien Encounters (Rose), 143, 146
Alien Nation (film), 178
Alien Nation (television program), 178, 179
Aliens: in animated works, 189, 190;
in Enlightenment thought, 452, 454, 455;
sexuality and, 395, 403
Aliens (film), 178, 332, 334, 336, 337
Aliens vs. Predator (video game), 230, 235
Alien Zone: Cultural Theory and Contemporary Science Fiction Cinema (Kuhn), 155
Alkon, Paul K., 49, 50
Allan Quatermain (Haggard), 495
Allen, Irwin, 177, 335
Allende, Isabel, 117
Alloplastic traits, 411
“All You Zombies” (Heinlein), 111
Alternate-reality games (ARGs), 229, 232
Alternate Worlds (Gunn), 196
Altman, Rick, 157
Alvin and the Chipmunks, 258
Amateur press association (APA), 71–72
Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay, The (Chabon), 113
Amazing Detective Tales (magazine), 82
Amazing Stories (magazine), 4, 51, 60, 63, 64, 72, 76, 82, 96, 187, 325, 352, 355, 427, 436, 479–480, 547;
artwork in, 198–200, 201, 202 (figure);
characteristics of stories published in, 93;
comics in, 10;
debut of, 59, 81, 95, 213
American Century, 329, 335, 336
American Flagg! (comic), 5, 223–224
American National Exhibition, 378
American Revolution, 334, 336
(p. 586) Amerika (television program), 333
Amis, Kingsley, 47, 50, 117, 459, 460
Among Others (Walton), 79
Amundsen, Roald, 502
Analog (magazine), 15, 26
Anarchism, 16, 550, 556–559
“Anarchitecture” manifesto (Woods), 287
Anarcho-capitalism, 551, 555
Anatomy Act of 1832, 469
Anatomy of Wonder (Barron), 52, 53, 54, 146
Anders, Lou, 68, 88
Anderson, Paul W. S., 164, 165
Anderson, Paul Y., 170
Anderson, Poul, 90, 558
Anderson, Taylor, 89
“And He Built a Crooked House” (Heinlein), 84
Andrews, Jim, 246, 247
Andromeda (bookstore), 73
Andromeda Strain, The (film), 165, 257
Angelucci, Orfeo, 356, 358
Anger, Kenneth, 256
“Animal Magnetism” (Cowdrey), 547
Animation, 9, 184–195;
aliens in, 189, 190;
concept of space in, 187–188;
as “thick text,” 9, 184, 192
Anime, 74, 192, 217
Anolik, Ruth Bienstock, 468
“Another Orphan” (Kessel), 111
“Another World” (Grandville), 185
Ansible (fanzine), 79
“Answering the Question: What Is Enlightenment?” (Kant), 451
“Answers in Progress” (Baraka), 388
Antheil, George, 253
Anthem (Rand), 551
Anthony, Piers, 134
Anthropocene (performance art), 268–269
Anticipations of the Reaction of Mechanical and Scientific Progress upon Human Life and Thought (Wells), 323, 435
Anubis Gates, The (Powers), 440
Apocalyptic fiction, 471–473, 577–578, 579
Apollo At Go (Sutton), 345
Apollo space program, 345, 348, 436
A-Positive (performance art), 271, 272 (figure)
Appadurai, Arjun, 443
Applewhite, Marshall Herff, 359–360
“Ararat” (Henderson), 127–128
Aratus, 457
Archaeologies of the Future (Jameson), 278
Archigram Group, 11, 283–284, 285
Architecture, 10, 11, 277–288;
Constructivist, 11, 279–282, 286;
consumerism and, 283–285;
representations of technology in, 277–279
Archive of Our Own (online community), 78
Arcologies, 285
Arctic Giant, The (cartoon), 188
“Are ‘Friends’ Electric?” (song), 261
Arens, Egmont, 365, 369
“Are You Experienced?” (song), 259
Argentina, 73, 216–217
Argosy (magazine), 93, 94
Ariel (magazine), 486
“Arkestra” (Sun Ra), 389
“Armageddon 2429 A. D.” (Nowlan), 480
Armstrong, John, 457–458
Arnold, Ion, 95
Arnold, Jack, 335
Arnold, Matthew, 320
Ars Electronica Festival, 265, 273
Arslan (Engh), 333
Art and illustration, 9, 196–210;
cultural impact of, 196;
digital, 207–209;
surrealist influence, 203–204;
Technocracy Movement and, 200–201;
vice movement and, 199–200
Artaud, Antonin, 267, 414–415
Arthur, Robert, Jr., 171
Arthur C. Clarke Award, 75, 140
Arthur C. Clarke Foundation, 521
Art of Preserving Health, The (Armstrong), 457–458
“Art of Technology: A New Unity” (exhibition), 265
“As Easy as A.B.C.” (Kipling), 325
Ash, Brian, 52
Ashby, Hal, 333
Ashes to Ashes (television program), 182
Ashley, Mike, 49, 99, 440
Ashtar, 356–357, 360
Asimov, Isaac, 26, 29, 44, 60, 61, 78, 83, 86, 90, 106, 159, 171, 453, 519, 520, 521
Asimov’s Science Fiction (magazine), 66, 87
“Ask Bwana” (Resnick), 565
“Assassination of John Fitzgerald Kennedy Considered as a Downhill Motor Race, The” (Ballard), 62
Assault on Precinct 13 (film), 257
Asteroids (video game), 226
Astounding Science Fiction (magazine), 15, 26, 61, 83–85, 90, 215, 325, 509, 520, 525
Astounding Stories (magazine), 61, 93, 97–98, 99, 100, 109, 159, 187, 479–480, 509
Astro Boy (Tezuka), 10, 217
Astro Boy (television program), 176, 191–192
Astro City (comic), 224
Astro-Theology, or a Demonstration of the Being and Attributes of God from a Survey of the Heavens (Derham), 455
Atlas of Fantasy (Post), 78
Atlas of Pern (Fostad), 78
(p. 587) Atlas Shrugged (Rand), 551–552, 555, 558
Atomic bomb, 325–326
Atomic Bomb (silkscreen), 341
Atomic Cafe, The (film), 342
Atomic culture, 12, 340–350. See also Nuclear weapons; Space race
Atomic Submarine, The (film), 335
Atrocity Exhibition, The (Ballard), 308, 385
“Atrocity Exhibition, The” (song), 261
Attack of the Fifty Foot Woman (film), 189
Attebery, Brian, 8, 52, 94, 214
Atwood, Margaret, 42, 105–106, 112, 145, 521
Auclert, Hubertine, 537
Austen, Jane, 65
Auster, Paul, 117
Australia, 72, 172
Authentic events, 579
“Autofac” (Dick), 318
Automania 2000 (film), 192
Automata, 319–320
Automation, 11–12, 317–326;
coinage of term, 317;
cultural and political effects of, 324;
utopian-dystopian tension and, 318, 321–323
Automation (journal), 317
Automobile of the Future (design), 366 (figure)
Automobiles, advertising and design of, 364, 366 (figure), 368, 369 (figure), 374–378
Autoplastic traits, 410–411
Autopoiesis, 424
Avatar (film), 333, 334, 336, 489, 496
“Avenging Tiger, The” (Vrooman), 94
Avon Publications, 214
Ayad, Djibril al-, 569
“Aye, and Gomorrah” (Delany), 399
Babel-17 (Delany), 13, 390–391
Babylon 5 (television program), 181
Bacevich, Andrew, 330–331
Bacigalupi, Paolo, 32, 67, 90, 148, 312–313
Bacon, Francis, 452, 476
Badiou, Alain, 578–579, 580
Bad Machine (Shiovitz), 246
Badmington, Neil, 146
Baen Books, 332
Bailey, J. O., 1, 47–48, 53
Baker, Henry, 455
Bakunin, Michael, 550
Balandier, Georges, 488
Baldwin, Craig, 310
Ballantine, Betty, 85
Ballantine, Ian, 85
Ballantine Books, 85, 203
Ballard, J. G., 29, 62, 63, 109, 110, 111, 116, 120, 144, 203–204, 206, 261, 283, 308, 349–350, 385–386, 416, 417, 473, 524, 563, 578
Balsamo, Anne, 410, 413
Bangs, Lester, 259
Banks, Iain M., 44, 90, 549
Bantam Books, 87
Baraka, Amiri, 388
Baran, Paul, 514
Bar Code Hotel (installation), 244–246
Barefoot in the Head (Aldiss), 42
Barnes, Joshua, 457
Barnes, Julian, 117
Barnes, Steven, 333, 565
Barnett, Joseph, 370
Barnouw, Erik, 171
Baron Münchausen (film), 191
“Baroque Cycle” (Stephenson), 44, 313–314
Barr, James, 95
Barr, Marleen, 53, 562
Barrett, Syd, 260
Barrett, William F., 507–508
Barron, Bebe, 254, 256
Barron, Louis, 254, 256
Barron, Neil, 52, 53, 54, 146
Barthelme, Donald, 118
Barthes, Roland, 161
Bartkowiak, Mathew J., 254
Basinger, Jeanine, 333
Batchelor, Joy, 192
Bateson, Gregory, 421, 423, 426, 427
Batman (character), 218, 223, 224
Batman (television program), 377
Battle of Dorking, The (Chesney), 329
Battle of Los Angeles (film), 337
Battle of the Sexes in Science Fiction, The (Larbalestier), 312
Battlestar Galactica (television program), 178, 181
Batty, Nancy, 486–487
Baudrillard, Jean, 91, 120, 129, 144, 145, 146, 147, 242, 269–270, 292–293, 299–300, 409, 426
Baum, L. Frank, 427
Baxter, John, 155–156, 160
Baxter, Stephen, 67
Bayley, Barrington J., 385
BBC Radiophonic Workshop, 255
BDSM in American Science Fiction and Fantasy (Call), 405
Beach Boys (band), 259
Beagle, H.M.S., 15, 477
Beamer, Amelia, 140
Bear, Greg, 64, 67, 90, 148, 347, 524
Beast, The (video game), 232
Beast from 20,000 Fathoms, The (film), 190
“Beat Cluster, The” (Leiber), 389–390, 391
Beat Generation, The (film), 389
Beatles (band), 258, 259
“Beatnik Werewolf, The” (Lindsay), 389
(p. 588) Beaumont, Charles, 389
Beauty: of expression, 41–43;
of structure, 41, 43–44;
sublime vs., 7, 38–39, 41;
Bedford-Jones, H., 101
Beer, Gillian, 483
Beethoven, Ludwig van, 256
Behm, Allen J., 518
Beijing International SF Conference, 74
Bel Geddes, Norman, 365, 366 (figure), 368, 369, 370, 372–373, 375
Bell, Daniel, 513
Bell, David, 421
Bellamy, Edward, 71, 105, 138, 321, 322, 435, 518, 532, 574
“Belle Dame Sans Merci, La” (Keats), 108
Bell Laboratories, 255
Bender, Amy, 123
Bending the Landscape (Griffith and Pagel), 400
Benett, Léon, 197, 198 (figure)
Benford, Gregory, 79, 347, 350
Benford, Jim, 79
Benison, Jonathan, 144, 146, 147
Benjamin, Walter, 580
Bennet, Spencer Gordon, 335
Bennett, Ed, 271
Bennett, Gertrude, 100
Bennett, Margot, 565
Berlin, Isaiah, 451
Berman, Albert, 171
Bernal, J. D., 529–530
Bernardi, Daniel, 564
Bester, Alfred, 17, 213, 386, 510, 580–581
Bethke, Bruce, 64
Béthune, Le Chevalier de, 457
Bethurum, Truman, 353
Beyond Apollo (Malzberg), 349
Beyond This Horizon (Heinlein), 84, 520
Beyond Tomorrow (radio program), 171
Bhabha, Homi, 488, 494
Bierce, Ambrose, 105
Bigend, Hubertus, 143, 146
Big Name Fans, 72, 75, 76
Bikini Kill (band), 545
Bilal, Enki, 216
Bilal, Wafaa, 264
Bill Haley and the Comets (band), 341
Billion Year Spree (Aldiss), 50, 53
Bimbos of the Death Sun (McCrumb), 79
BioCom (performance art), 265
Bionic Woman, The (television program), 178
Biopiracy, 312
Biopunk, 65
Bioshock (video game), 230, 234
Birds, The (film), 161, 165
Birkerts, Sven, 105–106, 109
Birmingham School, 4
Bishop, K. J., 67
Bishop, Michael, 111
Bisson, Terry, 333, 565
Bixby, Jerome, 86
“Black Country” (Beaumont), 389
Blackford, Russell, 54
Black Hawk Down (film), 336
Black Mask (magazine), 94
Blackmore, Richard, 454–455
Blackton, J. Stuart, 186
“Black to the Future” (Dery), 561
Blackwelder, Eliot, 503
Blade Runner (film), 49, 64, 230, 240, 257–258, 286
Blade Runner (video game), 232
Bladerunner, The (Nourse), 385
Blake, John E., 377
Blake, William, 133
Blake’s Seven (radio program), 172
Blake’s 7 (television program), 178
Blavatsky, Madame, 352
Blaylock, James P., 65–66, 440
Bleiler, Everett F., 1, 47, 50, 97
Blish, James, 53, 60, 148, 159, 454
Blob, The (film), 189
Bloch, Ernst, 4, 268, 564, 575, 576, 579
Bloch, Robert, 527–529
Blogging, 77–78
“Blood Child” (Butler), 545
Blood Music (Bear), 148
Bloor, David, 310
“Blowups Happen” (Heinlein), 84
BME (Body Modification Ezine) (website), 409
Bodin, Félix, 140–141
Body modification, 13, 408–418;
commodification of, 411–412, 413, 418;
cyborgism and, 13, 409, 410, 411, 413–414;
generational differences in, 409;
in performance art, 264, 414–416, 418
Bogdanov, Alexander, 506
Bolshevik Revolution, 383
Bolton, Christopher, 49, 54
Bombs in Orbit (Sutton), 345
Bonestell, Chesley, 191
Booker, M. Keith, 176, 179, 181
“Book of the Long Sun, The” (Wolfe), 136
“Book of the New Sun, The” (Wolfe), 128, 136
“Book of the Short Sun, The” (Wolfe), 136
“Boom” (cartoon), 342
Booth, Austin, 140
Borden, Lizzie, 562
Born in Flames (film), 562
(p. 589) Born This Way (album), 206
Boskone, 72
Bottger, Matthias, 268
Botting, Fred, 467
Boucher, Anthony, 28, 61, 62, 85, 547
Bould, Mark, 5, 9, 25, 31, 51, 52, 54, 130, 140, 141, 142, 479, 568
Bourdieu, Pierre, 142, 156
Bova, Ben, 334, 347
Bowie, David, 206, 252, 259
Bowser, Rachel, 440, 441
Boyle, Richard, 314
Boym, Svetlana, 443
Boyse, Samuel, 455
Braaten, Carl E., 518
Bradbury, Ray, 41–42, 52, 78, 109, 159–162, 171, 192, 200, 215, 255, 342, 378, 518
Bradley, Marion Zimmer, 78, 128
Braidotti, Rosi, 272, 274
Brasyl (McDonald), 207, 208 (figure)
Braun, Wernher von, 341, 344
Brave New World (Huxley), 323, 387
Brazil, 73
Brazilian Science Fiction (Ginway), 312
Breccia, Alberto, 217
Brecht, Bertolt, 573
Bretnor, Reginald, 28–29
Breton, André, 204
Briggs, Stephen, 78
Brin, David, 52, 556
Bristolcon, 73
British Science Fiction Association, 73, 78
Brittle Innings (Bishop), 111
Broderick, Damien, 33, 64, 110, 270, 515
Brooke-Rose, Christine, 48
Brooks, Terry, 88
Brosnan, John, 156, 159
Brother from Another Planet, The (film), 562
Brown, Charles, 79
Brown, Howard, 187, 200
Brown, Jeffrey, 215–216
Brown, Reynold, 201–202, 203
Brown Girl in the Ring (Hopkinson), 134, 402
Brundage, Margaret, 199
Brunner, John, 43, 62, 85, 90, 109
Bryant, Dorothy, 397
Bryman, Alan, 292, 293, 297
BSFA awards, 75
Buck Rogers (character), 9–10
Buck Rogers (radio program), 169
Buck Rogers in the 25th Century (comic strip), 82, 213, 221, 223, 436
Buck Rogers in the 25th Century (film), 367
Buck Rogers in the 25th Century (television program), 178
Buffy the Vampire Slayer (television program), 181
Bujold, Lois McMaster, 76, 79, 89
Bukatman, Scott, 4, 5, 223, 293–294, 298, 299, 438
Bunch, David R., 63
Burden, Christopher, 265
Burgum, Edwin Berry, 101
Burke, Edmund, 38
“Burning Chrome” (Gibson), 65, 207, 309, 430
Burroughs, Edgar Rice, 49, 95, 96, 128, 218, 480, 486, 495, 502, 507, 532, 565
Burroughs, William S., 62, 63, 68, 116, 117, 120, 384–386, 387, 388, 416, 524
Burrows, William E., 344
Bush, George H. W., 339
Bush, George W., 337, 339, 340, 444
Busiek, Kurt, 224
Butler, Andrew M., 15–16, 52, 124
Butler, Judith, 400–401, 403, 416, 424, 425, 430
Butler, Octavia E., 16, 42, 90, 113, 140, 145, 148, 403–404, 405, 482–483, 489, 494–495, 544, 545, 563, 564, 565, 567
Butler, Samuel, 321–322
“By His Bootstraps” (Heinlein), 84
Byron, Lord, 464
Cadbury, Deborah, 343
Cadigan, Pat, 64, 413, 545
Cage, John, 254, 268–269
“Cage of Sand, The” (Ballard), 109
Caillois, Roger, 129
Calcutta Chromosome, The (Ghosh), 135, 489, 492
Calder, Richard, 402–403
Calkins, Dick, 221
Calkins, Earnest, 365
Calkins & Holden, 365
Call, Lewis, 405
Cambridge Companion to Science Fiction, The (James and Mendlesohn), 52, 54
Camera Obscura (journal), 3
Cameron, James, 332, 336, 489
Camouflage (Haldeman), 111
Campbell, Jack, 89
Campbell, John W., Jr., 15, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 50, 68, 82, 86, 87, 88, 89, 90, 91, 106, 109, 215, 479, 519–520;
alternative science encouraged by, 509–510;
on automation, 325;
Dianetics promoted by, 352;
influence on pulp SF, 93–94, 97–98, 100, 101, 102;
influence on the marketplace, 83–85;
influence on the SF movement, 61
Canada, 73, 172
Canadia 2056 (radio program), 172
Cannon, Danny, 49
“Can the Subaltern Speak?” (Spivak), 493
Canticle for Leibowitz, A (Miller), 90, 340, 342
(p. 590) Cantley, Bryan, 286
Capek, Karel, 2, 49, 53, 170, 173, 324, 524
Capellas, Michael, 296
Capitalism, 200, 209;
anarcho-, 551, 555;
colonialism and, 487, 490–491;
late(See Late Capitalism)
Capitalism: The Unknown Ideal (Rand), 551
Cappiello, Leonetto, 190
Captain Future (magazine), 83
Captain Video (television program), 86, 172, 173
Card, Orson Scott, 90, 332, 334
Cardigan, Pat, 401
Carl, Lillian Stewart, 76
Carlos, Wendy (Walter), 256, 259
Carlyle, Thomas, 320
Carnell, John, 385
Carpenter, Ele, 441
Carpenter, John, 257, 258, 267
Carpenter, William, 322, 508
Carr, Terry, 63, 64
Carroll, Lewis, 129
“Cars” (song), 261
Carson, Rachel, 380
Case of Conscience, A (Blish), 454
Castells, Manuel, 207
Caza, Philippe, 193
Centauri Device, The (Harrison), 67
Century of Progress Exposition.See Chicago Century of Progress Exposition
Césaire, Aimé, 487, 488
Chabon, Michael, 112, 113
Chakrabarty, Dipesh, 491, 492
Challenge of Space (radio program), 172
Channon, Claude, 431
Chaplin, Charlie, 324
Chariots of Fire (film), 257
Charnas, Suzy McKee, 397, 542
Chaykin, Howard, 5, 223
Cheap Truth (newsletter), 64–65
Checklist of Fantastic Literature (Bleiler), 1
“Chemical Basis of Morphogenesis, The” (Turing), 239
Chengdu SF/Fantasy Conference, 74
Chernikhov, Iakov, 281
Cherryh, C. J., 521
Chesney, George Tomkyns, 329
Chiang, Ted, 52, 123
Chicago Century of Progress Exposition (1933-34), 294–295, 364–369
Chicano/a Futurism, 17, 569
Child Buyer, The (Hersey), 348
Childhood’s End (Clarke), 43, 85, 106–107, 132, 203, 346, 520, 524, 533
China, 74
Chobits (comic), 217
Chomón, Segundo de, 9, 184, 186
Christian eschatology, 15, 513, 518
Chroma (Loyer), 247–250
Chrysler Motors, 366, 368, 370
Chtchetlov, Ivan, 285
Cinq études de bruits (Schaeffer), 254
Circlet Press, 404
Cisco, Michael, 66, 67
“Citadel of Fear, The” (Bennett), 100
Cité Industrielle, Une, 282
Citizens’ Advisory Council on National Space Policy, 347
Città Nuova, La (exhibiton), 279, 280 (figure)
City and the City, The (Miéville), 43–44, 113
“cityCityCITY” (Kerouac), 387–388, 390
Civilization (video game), 231
Clairmont, Claire, 464
Clamp, 217
Clareson, Thomas, 47, 97
Clarion (writing workshop), 79
Clark, Andy, 423, 427
Clarke, Arthur C., 16, 43, 49, 85, 86, 90, 104, 106–107, 128, 132, 200, 203, 206, 221, 255, 270, 309, 529;
atomic culture and, 341, 346–347, 349, 350;
futurology and, 518, 519, 520–521;
posthumanism and, 524, 533;
utopianism and, 578
Clarke, I. F., 197, 435, 518
Clave, Salvador, 292, 293
Clear, Nic, 11
Clear Air Turbulence (album), 206
Clemens, George T., 174
Clement, Hal, 24, 311
Cline, Ernest, 556
Cline, John, 10, 11
Clinton, Bill, 330
Clockpunk, 439
Clockwork Orange, A (film), 157, 256
Close Encounters: Film, Feminism, and Science Fiction (Penley et al., eds), 3
“Close Encounters: The Squandered Promise of Science Fiction” (Lethem), 104
Close Encounters of the Third Kind (film), 162, 201, 257
Clute, John, 32–33, 52, 66, 139, 140, 144, 228, 288
Clynes, Manfred E., 413, 422
Cobb, Ron, 334
Coetzee, J. M., 117
Cognitive estrangement, 2, 48, 141, 144, 163, 277, 308, 395;
the Natural Fantastic and, 131;
performance art and, 11, 264–265, 266–267;
utopianism and, 17, 574–575
Cohen, Leonard, 386
Cohl, Emile, 186
“Cold Equations, The” (Godwin), 24, 307, 308
Cold War, 306, 329, 332, 335, 336, 340, 341;
music and, 255, 259;
space race and, 343, 344, 346
(p. 591) Cole, Yvonne, 357
Collins, Suzanne, 483
Collins, Wilkie, 467, 468, 470
Colonialism, 15, 486–496;
Afrofuturism and, 564, 565;
cybernetics and, 429;
Darwinism and, 15, 476–478;
dependent, 15, 488, 489, 490;
as an ideological anachronism, 492–493;
master narratives on, 491;
science and, 312;
settler, 15, 488, 489, 496. See also Postcolonialism
Colonialism and the Emergence of Science Fiction (Rieder), 15, 312, 486
Coltrane, Alice, 566
Columbia-Princeton Electronic Music Center, 255
Columbia Workshop (radio program), 170
Comic-Con, 73, 75
Comics, 9–10, 212–224, 444;
atomic culture depicted in, 340–341;
censorship of, 215, 219;
interaction with SF as a genre, 213–216;
international scope of, 212, 216–217;
marginalizing of, 212–213;
superhero, 213, 218–220
Comics Code, 215, 219
Coming Home (film), 333
“Coming of the Unconscious, The” (Ballard), 203–204
Committee for the Political Advancement of Science Fiction, 60
“Common Sense” (Heinlein), 84
Communism, 324, 383, 384
Communist Control Act of 1954, 384
Companion to Science Fiction, A (Seed), 52
Computer Space (video game), 10, 226
“Computing Machinery and Intelligence” (Turing), 239, 240–241
Comsat Angels (band), 261
“Conan the Barbarian” (Howard), 78
“Coney Island of the Mind, A” (McHugh), 402
Connors, Scott, 334
“Conquest of Gola, The” (Stone), 481
Conquest of Space, The (film), 191
Conrad, Joseph, 111, 492
Constructivism, 11, 279–282, 286
Consumer Engineering: A New Technique for Prosperity (Sheldon and Arens), 365
Consuming Youth (Latham), 55
“Continuous Urban Monument” (architectural design), 284–285
Convergence culture, 232
Cook, Peter, 283
“Cool Air” (Lovecraft), 532
Cooper, Leonie, 11
Coover, John E., 508
Coover, Robert, 118
Copenhagen Institute for Futures Studies, 514
Corbusier, Le, 282
Cormie, Stuart, 387
Corn, Joseph, 173, 209–210
Cornell, Joseph, 207
Cornell, Paul, 78
“Corpse that Lived, The” (Skinner), 532
Cosmetic surgery, 415–416
Cosmic Stories (fanzine), 213
Cosplay, 74
Countercultures, 12–13, 63–64, 383–392;
art and illustration influenced by, 203;
disappearance of prewar, 384;
hippie, 12–13, 392;
sexuality and, 396–397;
SF as an inspiration for, 383–384;
utopianism and, 12–13, 383, 384
Count Zero (Gibson), 207
“Coventry” (Heinlein), 84
Cowdrey, Albert E., 547
Cowell, Henry, 253
Cramer, Kathryn, 32, 66, 67, 68, 88
Crary, Jonathan, 278
Crash (Ballard), 144, 206, 261, 417, 524
Crawdaddy! (magazine), 259
Creation: A Philosophical Poem Demonstrating the Existence and Providence of a God (Blackmore), 454–455
Creature from the Black Lagoon (film), 189
“Creatures of the Light” (Ellis), 540
Creekmur, Corey, 9–10
Creery sisters, 508
Critical Art Ensemble, 265
Critical iconology, 196
Critical Theory and Science Fiction (Freedman), 2
Critical utopia, 557, 574
Critique of Judgment (Kant), 39
Croatia, 72
Cross Impact Analysis, 516
Crossley, Robert, 54, 507, 519
Crowley, John, 136, 547
Croxall, Brian, 440, 441
Cryonics, 16, 531–533
Crysis 2 (video game), 227, 230
Crystal Palace, 278, 283, 288
Csicsery-Ronay, Istvan, Jr., 2, 4–5, 6, 17, 25, 30, 39–40, 41, 49, 52, 53, 54, 107–108, 120, 121, 132, 142, 143, 145, 146, 148, 212, 293, 294, 299, 492
Cubitt, Sean, 162, 163
Cullen, Countee, 563
Cultural-studies perspectives, 3–5
Culture and Imperialism (Said), 486
Culture of science, 11, 305–315;
defined, 307;
economic and political factors in, 307–308, 313;
shifting paradigms in, 309–310. See also Science
“Culture” universe (Banks), 44
(p. 592) Cunningham, Michael, 112
Cure for Cancer, A (Moorcock), 308
Cushicle, 283
Cut-up trilogy (Burroughs), 385–386, 387
Cyberabad Days (McDonald), 148
Cyberculture, 13–14, 421–432. See also Cybernetics
Cybernetics, 13–14, 140, 241, 326, 421–432, 445;
coinage of term, 317;
depth models resisted by, 426, 427, 432;
homeostasis and, 422–424, 429, 431;
original definition of, 421;
redefinition of personhood in, 422–423;
of self, 423
Cybernetics (Wiener), 421
Cyberpunk, 4, 5, 7, 13–14, 67, 68, 144, 386, 426–427, 430–431, 438, 439, 440, 568;
body modification and, 13, 412–413;
coinage of term, 64;
in comics, 215;
emergence of, 64–66;
feminism and, 545;
sexuality and, 400, 401–402;
slipstream and, 120–122;
steampunk distinguished from, 445
“Cyberpunk in the Nineties” (Sterling), 412
CyberSM (performance art), 265
Cyberspace, 426–427, 430, 431–432;
coinage of term, 401, 430;
liquid architectures of, 11, 287. See also Internet
Cyborg Citizen (Gray), 146
“Cyborg Manifesto” (Haraway), 16, 148, 543–544
Cyborgs, 424–425;
body modification and, 13, 409, 410, 411, 413–414;
coinage of term, 413, 422;
feminism and, 16, 242, 422, 543–545;
homeostasis and, 423;
performance art and, 264, 266–267;
sexuality and, 400, 402–403, 404
“Cyborgs and Space” (Clynes and Kline), 422
Cyrano de Bergerac, 52, 53, 191
Daedalus; or, Science and the Future (Haldane), 519, 529
D’Alembert, Jean le Rond, 453
Dalí, Salvador, 203
Dal Tokyo (comic strip), 215
Dan Dare, Pilot of the Future (comic), 216, 221
Dangerous Visions (Ellison, ed.), 63, 85, 109, 398, 399
Daniel, Sharon, 249
Dark Knight Rises, The (comic), 224
Dark Matter (Thomas, ed.), 563–564
Dark Matter: Reading the Bones (Thomas, ed.), 563
“Darkover” books (Bradley), 128
Dark Skies (television program), 181
Dark Star (film), 257
Dart, Harry Grant, 213
Darwin, Charles, 435, 475–479, 483
Darwin, Erasmus, 458, 465, 466
Darwinism, 15, 475–484, 550;
colonialism and, 15, 476–478;
concept of humanity changed by, 475–476;
feminist disagreement with, 478–479
Darwin’s Radio (Bear), 524
Davenport, Basil, 23, 27
Davies, Russell T., 182
Davis, Don, 258
Davis, Kathy, 415–416
Davis, Miles, 566
Davis, Ray, 104, 113
Davis, Thulani, 562
Davy, Sir Humphry, 502
DAW Books, 88
Dawn (Butler), 482–483
Day, Robert, 335
Day After Tomorrow, The (film), 473
Day of Creation, The (Ballard), 111
Day of the Dead (film), 165
Day of the Dolphin, The (film), 257
Day of the Drones, The (Lightner), 565
Day of the Triffids, The (radio program), 172
Day the Earth Stood Still, The (film), 171, 201, 254, 256, 336, 352, 356
DC comics, 219–220
“Dead, The” (Joyce), 110
Dead Girls, Dead Boys, Dead Things (Calder), 402–403
Dead Space (video game), 230
Debord, Guy, 203, 285
Debus, Allen, 502
De Camp, L. Sprague, 134–135, 502
De Certeau, Michel, 209
“Declaration of Sentiments and Resolutions,” 538
Deep, The (Crowley), 136
“Deep End” (Shawl), 494
Deep Secret (Jones), 79
Defoe, Daniel, 53
De Grey, Aubrey, 534
Deity: A Poem (Boyse), 455
Delany, Samuel R., 2, 13, 37, 48, 79, 85, 104, 105, 107, 119, 120, 127, 128, 141, 146, 148, 242–244, 245, 246, 390–391, 557–558;
Afrofuturism and, 562, 563, 564, 565;
anarchism and, 557;
posthumanism and, 524;
sexuality, 397, 399, 400, 405;
utopianism and, 574
Deleuze, Gilles, 267, 272, 273, 274, 493
“Delhi” (Singh), 493
De Lillo, Don, 120
Dell Books, 203
Delphi method, 516
Del Rey, Lester, 49, 62
Delvoye, Wim, 417
(p. 593) D’Emilio, John, 396
Demolished Man, The (Bester), 510
De Montaut, Henri, 185, 191
Denari, Neil, 286
Denmark, 72
Dennett, Daniel, 422, 423, 426
Dent, Lester, 98, 100
Dependent colonialism, 15, 488, 489, 490
Depth models, 426, 427, 432
Derham, William, 455
Derleth, August, 52
Derrida, Jacques, 120, 157, 314, 491, 527
Dershowitz, Alan, 534
Dervish House, The (McDonald), 208
Dery, Mark, 417, 561–563, 566
Descartes, René, 499
Descent of Man, and Selection in Relation to Sex, The (Darwin), 476, 477, 478
Description of Formosa (Psalmanazar), 457
Design for Dreaming (film), 375
Desmond, Adrian, 476
Destination Moon (comic), 216
Destination Moon (film), 191, 343–344
Détournement, 204
DeusEx (video game), 227
De Vaucanson, Jacques, 319, 320
Devo (band), 260
De Vries, Jetse, 68
Dexter’s Laboratory (television program), 193
De Zwaan, Victoria, 8
Dialectic of Enlightenment, The (Horkheimer and Adorno), 452
Dialectics of Sex, The (Firestone), 16, 541–542
Diamond Age, The (Stephenson), 441, 444
Dianetics, 12, 352, 360. See also Scientology
Dianetics: The Modern Science of Mental Health (Hubbard), 360
Dick, Philip K., 63–64, 84, 85, 90, 147–148, 204–205, 206, 240, 259, 318, 326, 386, 524
Dictionary of Imaginary Places (Manguel), 78
Diderot, Denis, 453
Diebold, John, 317
Dieselpunk, 65
Dietz, William C., 89
Di Fate, Vincent, 196
Difference Engine, The (Gibson and Sterling), 66, 440, 444
Di Filippo, Paul, 65, 66, 67, 440
Digital art and illustration, 207–209
Digital arts and hypertext, 10, 239–250;
allergorization in, 241–244, 250;
the material-semiotic in, 240, 241, 244;
monologic closure risk and, 243–244, 245, 247;
participatory expression and, 247–250;
technical closure risk and, 244, 245
Dignity of Labour, The (album), 261
Dilemma (film), 192
Dime novels, 94, 95, 99
Dimension X (radio program), 171
Disch, Thomas M., 63, 109, 116, 526
Discourse on Colonialism (Césaire), 488
Disembodiment, 401–402
Disney, Walt, 291, 292, 295, 297, 341
Disneyization of Society (Bryman), 297
Disney studios, 186
Disney theme parks, 5, 291–300;
architecture of reassurance in, 298;
performative labor in, 297;
symbolism of, 292–293;
transitional spaces in, 11, 295–298
Dispossessed, The: An Ambiguous Utopia (Le Guin), 136, 557, 558, 574
Dissensus Fantastic, the, 131, 133, 135–136
Distant Soil, A (comic), 215
“Distortion of the Product, The” (Hartwell), 87, 88
Distrust That Particular Flavor (Gibson), 149
Ditko, Lee, 219
Ditko, Steve, 219
Ditmar Awards, 72, 75
“Divine Madness” (Zelazny), 36
Dixon, Steve, 10–11
DNA Media, 245
Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? (Dick), 64, 206, 240, 524
Dobrée, Bonamy, 454
Doctorow, Cory, 148, 209
Doctor Who (television program), 174, 175 (figure), 176, 179, 182, 255–256
Dogme 95, 130
Dolby, Thomas, 261
Dold, William, 188
Dollhouse (television program), 181
Dome of Discovery, 283
“Dome over Manhattan” (architectural design), 284
Donaldson, Kristian, 224
Donawerth, Jane, 53
Doner, H. Creston, 378
Donner, Richard, 174
“Do Not Open for 5,000 Years” (radio adaptation), 170
Donovan’s Brain (radio adaptation), 171
Doolin, Joe, 214
Doom (video game), 226, 332
Door into Summer, The (Heinlein), 532–533
“Doors of His Face, the Lamps of His Mouth, The” (Zelazny), 36
Doorway to Heaven (performance art), 265
Doran, Colleen, 215
Dorsey, Candas Jane, 396
Double Star (Heinlein), 555
Douglas, Gordon, 335
Douglas, Mary, 410–411
(p. 594) Dowling, Terry, 128
Downward to the Earth (Silverberg), 111
Doyle, Arthur Conan, 492
Doyle, Deborah, 78
Dozois, Gardner, 64, 67, 87
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (radio program), 172
Dr. Strangelove (film), 332, 340, 347, 348, 349
Dracula (Stoker), 15, 467, 469, 470, 471
Dragon*Con, 75
Dragonflight (McCaffrey), 128
Drake, David, 332
Dreaming Jewels, The (Sturgeon), 108
Dream of the Rarebit Fiend (comic strip), 427–429
Dreamwidth (blog), 77
Dreamworks, 189
Drexler, K. Eric, 33, 529, 533
Dreyfuss, Henry, 372
Drought, The (Ballard), 473
Drowned World, The (Ballard), 473, 578
Druillet, Philippe, 215, 216
Du Bois, W. E. B., 567
Duck and Cover (film), 341
Duck Dodgers in the 24½th Century (cartoon), 187, 189
Duke University, 509
Duncan, Hal, 67
Dune (film), 206
Dune (Herbert), 392, 453
Dune (video game), 231
Dungeons & Dragons (game), 88
Dunn, Lloyd, 434
“Dunwich Horror, The” (radio adaptation), 171
Durrell, Lawrence, 117
Dust Devil (film), 165
Dykstra, John, 178
Dylan, Bob, 259, 386
Dymaxion, 284
Dynamation, 190
Dystopianism, 551, 565, 574, 575. See also Utopian-dystopian tension
Eagle (magazine), 216
Eagleton, Terry, 459
Earl, Harley, 368, 374–375, 376 (figure)
Earth 2150 (video game), 231
Earth Search (radio program), 172
Earth vs. the Flying Saucers (film), 190, 201, 336
Easterbrook, Neil, 16
Eastercon, 73, 75, 76
Eastern Standard Tribe (Doctorow), 148
EC comics, 215
Eddings, David, 88
Eddings, Leigh, 88
Edel, Leon, 106
Edison, Thomas, 309, 326, 435, 553
Edisonades, 435
Edison’s Conquest of Mars (Serviss), 505–506
Edkins, Jenny, 443, 445
Edwards, Malcolm, 79
Egan, Greg, 32, 311, 417
eI (ezine), 77
“Eight Worlds” stories (Varley), 547
Einstein Intersection, The (Delany), 128
Eisenhower, Dwight, 330
Electrical Experimenter, The (magazine), 173
Electric Earthquake, The (cartoon), 188
Electric Hotel, The (stop-motion feature), 186
Electroclash, 261
Electropolis (comic), 224
Elektro (robot), 370, 436
Elements of Natural Philosophy (Leslie), 500
Elfman, Danny, 258
Elfpunk, 65
Elgin, Suzette Haden, 135
Eliot, T. S., 109, 110
Elkins, Charles, 521
Ellis, Edward, 435, 440
Ellis, John, 173
Ellis, Sophie Wenzel, 540
Ellis, Warren, 10, 215
Ellison, Harlan, 63, 64, 68, 85, 109, 132, 174, 232, 345, 398
Ellison, Ralph, 567–568
Elohim, 358–359, 360
“Elsewhen” (Heinlein), 84
Éluard, Paul, 203
Embassytown (Miéville), 44
Embedding, The (Watson), 524
Emerald City (fanzine), 77
Emergence of Latin American Science Fiction, The (Ferreira), 312
Emerson, Lake and Palmer (band), 260
Emperor: Battle for Dune (video game), 230, 231
Empire (Hardt and Negri), 490
Empire of the Senseless (Acker), 118
Emshwiller, Carol, 63, 66
Encyclopedia of Science Fiction (Clute and Nicholls), 25, 66, 146, 288
Encyclopédie (Diderot and d’Alembert, eds.), 453–454
Ender’s Game (Card), 334
“End of Science Fiction, The” (Bloch), 527–529
Enframing, 323
Engel, Ludwig, 268
Engh, M. M., 333
Engineer Menni, The (Bogdanov), 506
Engines of Creation: The Coming Era of Nanotechnology (Drexler), 529
England Swings (Merril, ed.), 62
Enlightenment, 14, 24, 38, 306, 308, 311, 313, 314, 451–461; (p. 595)
fascination with other worlds in, 454–457;
importance of reason in, 452;
the macroscopic and macroscopic in, 453;
qualities shared with SF, 451–452
Enns, Anthony, 15
Eno, Brian, 260
Enteen, Jillana, 568
Enterprise (television program), 179
Eon (Bear), 347
Epcot (Disney attraction), 292, 294, 295–296
Epstein, Joseph, 552
Epstein, Richard, 551
Erewhon (Butler), 321–322
Ernst, Max, 203
Ernst, Paul, 97
Escape (radio program), 170, 171
Escape from New York (film), 257
Eshun, Kodwo, 566–567
Estabrook, G. H., 508–509
E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial (film), 178
Eternauta, El (comic), 216–217
Ethno-Cyberpunk Trading Post & Curio Shop on the Electronic Frontier, The (performance art), 265
Ethnoscapes, 568
Ettinger, Robert, 16, 531–533
Eureka (television program), 181
Euripides, 111
Eurocon, 73
European Science Fiction Association, 73
European Science Fiction Society, 73
Euthenics: The Science of Controllable Environment (Richards), 538–539
Evans, Arthur B., 5, 7, 52, 146
Evaporating Genres (Wolfe), 32, 140
Eventual genres, 578–579
Eve Online (video game), 231 (figure), 235–236
Everquest (video game), 249
Ewing, Al, 444
Excitement (magazine), 100
Excursion, The (Mallet), 455–456
Excursion to the Moon (film), 186
Exoskeleton (performance art), 267
Experimental fiction, 8, 118, 119
Experimental jazz, 16
Exploration of Space, The (Clarke), 346
Explorers of the Infinite (Moskowitz), 53
Explorers on the Moon (comic), 216
Explorigator, The (comic strip), 213
Extra Ear (performance art), 273
Extrapolation (journal), 1, 147, 155
Extrapolation and speculation, 6–7, 23–33;
changed meaning of terms, 30–31;
plausibility of, 7, 23, 27, 28, 29–30, 32;
relationship of two terms, 23–24, 32;
role of science in, 30–32;
scarcity of material on, 24
Extrasensory perception, 15, 499, 507–510
Extrasensory Perception (Rhine), 509
Eyriès, Jean-Baptiste-Benoît, 464
Ezquerra, Carlos, 216
Fahrenheit 9/11 (film), 337
Fahrenheit 451 (film), 159–162
Fail-Safe (film), 332
“Fairy Chessmen, The” (Padgett), 510
Fakeshop, 265–266
Falling Skies (television program), 333, 335, 337
Fallout (video game), 230
“Fall Revolution” quartet (MacLeod), 557, 581
Fancartography, 78
Fandom, 7, 60, 71–79, 96;
comics and, 219–220;
defined, 71;
diversity of, 75;
emergence of, 71–72;
fiction writing in, 78, 404;
interaction with writers in, 78–79;
international scope of, 72–74;
as a knowledge economy, 7, 75–76
Fanon, Frantz, 487, 488
Fantasmagoriana, 464
Fantastic (magazine), 389
Fantastic, the, 8, 127–137;
definitions of, 128–129;
Dissensus, 131, 133, 135–136;
Natural, 131–132;
Rationalized, 131, 132–133, 134;
Situated, 131, 133–135;
use of criticized, 129–130
Fantastic Four, The (comic), 218–219
Fantastic Planet (film), 193
Fantastic Romance, 131
Fantastic Universe (magazine), 547
Fantastic Voyage (film), 176, 458
Fantasy, 88, 127–128, 129, 277, 451
Fanzines, 72, 76–78
Fariña, Richard, 386
Farmer, Philip José, 63, 111, 398
Farnell, Ross, 13
Farnham’s Freehold (Heinlein), 565
Farscape (television program), 181
Fascism, 325
Fate (magazine), 355
Favorite Story (radio program), 170
Fawcett Publications, 99
F.E.A.R. (video game), 230
Featherstone, Mike, 409
Federman, Raymond, 118
Feeling Very Strange: The Slipstream Anthology (Kelly and Kessel, eds.), 66, 122–123
(p. 596) Feiffer, Jules, 342
Feldstein, Al, 215
Female Man, The (Russ), 399, 402, 524, 542–543, 574
Feminism, 16, 242, 243, 537–547;
coinage of term, 537;
in comics, 215;
counter-revolution against, 384;
culture of science and, 311–312;
cybernetics and, 429;
cyborg, 16, 242, 422, 543–545;
Darwinism contested by, 478–479;
fandom and, 72;
First Wave, 539–541;
men and, 546–547;
performance art and, 415–416;
pro-sex, 408;
Second Wave, 541–543;
sexuality and, 397, 399;
in SF criticism, 53;
SF’s natural compatibility with, 537;
Third Wave, 543–547
Fenkl, Heinz, 66
Fenn, Jainne, 79
Fernandes, Fabio, 569
Ferreira, Rachel Haywood, 54, 312
Ferriss, Hugh, 372
Festival of Britain, 282–283
Fetish Fantastic: Erotica on the Edge (story collection), 404
Feynman, Richard, 264
Fiction House, 214
“Fictions Versus Fact” (Gernsback), 81
Fictive neology, 39, 107
Fictive novums, 39, 107
Fidelity fallacy, 158
Fiedel, Brad, 258
Field, Richard M., 342
Fifth Element, The (film), 258
Fifty Key Figures in Science Fiction, 91
Film, 9, 10, 86, 155–166;
CGI in, 9, 334, 337;
divergence between source and, 158–162;
generic hybridity in, 156–158;
marginalizing of, 155–156;
military culture depicted in, 331–337;
poster art for, 201–203;
soundtracks for, 10, 254–258;
special effects in, 3, 9, 162–166, 333–334;
video game influence on, 226
Finder (comic), 215
Finland, 72, 73
Finland Futures Research Centre, 514
Finnegans Wake (Joyce), 42
Finney, Jack, 174
Firebird II, 375, 376 (figure)
Firefly (television program), 181, 182
Fire in the Stone, The (Ruddick), 55
Fire on the Mountain (Bisson), 565
Firestone, Shulamith, 16, 541–542
Firestone Tires, 373–374
First Kingdom, The (Katz), 215
First Man into Space (film), 335
First Men in the Moon, The (Wells), 213
First on the Moon (Sutton), 344–345
First-person perspective (FPP) (in video games), 230
First-person shooter (FPS) (video game genre), 228, 235, 332
Fitting, Peter, 54–55
Flame Wars: The Discourse of Cyberculture (Dery, ed.), 561
Flammarion, Camille, 53, 186
Flanagan, Mary, 140
Flash Gordon (comic strip), 82, 213, 221, 222 (figure), 223, 436
Flash Gordon (radio program), 170
Flash Gordon Strange Adventure Magazine, 82
Flechtheim, Ossip, 513–514, 518
Fledgling (Butler), 403
Fleischer brothers, 186, 187, 188
Flint, Eric, 78
Fly, The (film), 189
Flying Saucer (magazine), 355
“Flying Saucer Rock ‘n’ Roll” (song), 258
Flying Saucers Have Landed (Adamski and Leslie), 353
Foley artists, 254, 255
Fontenelle, Bernard Le Bovier de, 454
Food Force (video game), 228
Foot Hose (band), 260
Forbidden Planet (film), 201, 254, 256
Ford, Henry, 323–324
Ford, Jeffrey, 66
Fordism, 324, 490
Ford Motor Company, 317, 366, 371, 376–377
Ford Nucleon, 436
Foreger, Nikolai, 265
Forerunner Foray (Norton), 133
Forever War, The (Haldeman), 111, 332
“Forgotten Realms” novels, 88
“Fork in the Road, The” (Sedgewick), 88
Forlini, Stefania, 441–442
Formula, 286
“Formulary for a New Urbanism” (Ivain), 285
Forster, E. M., 110, 323
Foss, Chris, 197, 206, 286
Fostad, Karen Wynn, 78
Foster, Thomas, 13–14, 402, 404
Foucault, Michel, 396, 405, 410, 493, 498–499
Foundation (journal), 155
“Foundation” series (Asimov), 44, 454, 520
Foundation Trology, The (radio program), 172
Fountainhead, The (Rand), 551
Fountains of Paradise, The (Clarke), 520
Fourier, Joseph, 435
14 Great Tales of ESP (Stone, ed.), 509
4′33 (Cage), 254
(p. 597) Fowler, Alastair, 143
Fowler, Hayden, 268–269
Fowler, Karen Joy, 24, 66
Fractal Flesh (performance art), 266
France, 73, 216
France, Anatole, 268
Frank, Pat, 90
Franke, Herbert W., 52
Frankenstein (radio adaptation), 170, 172
Frankenstein; or, the Modern Prometheus (Shelley), 14, 24, 39, 50, 51, 110–111, 396, 412, 464–468, 470–471, 472, 498, 524
Frankenstein Unbound (Aldiss), 111
Franklin, H. Bruce, 4, 5, 53, 54, 105, 342, 392
Frank Reade stories (dime novels), 95, 96, 435
Frau im Mond (film), 348
Freas, Frank Kelly, 206
Freedman, Carl, 2, 3, 53, 163, 273–274, 308, 396
Freedman, Estelle, 396
Frelik, Pawel, 10
French, Paul (Asimov pseudonym), 86
Freud, Sigmund, 319, 396
Friedman, David, 558
Friedman, Milton, 551, 558
Friedrich, Mike, 215
Friel, Arthur O., 101
Frigidaire, 364, 375, 378
Fringe (television program), 181
From the Earth to the Moon (Verne), 185
“From the Mouth of Babes” (Hergenrader), 547
Frontier narratives, 479–480, 481
Frontiers Past and Future (Abbott), 486
Fry, Daniel, 353
Fuller, John G., 354
Fuller, Richard Buckminster, 284
Full Metal Apache (Tatsumi), 146
Funkadelic, 566
“Further Considerations on Afrofuturism” (Eshun), 567
Fury (Kuttner), 385
Futura (car), 377
“Futurama” (exhibit), 12, 295, 306, 372–373, 375, 436, 438
Futurama (television program), 193, 259
“Futurama II” (exhibit), 376
Future history, 39, 107
“Future History” (Heinlein), 15, 519–520
“Future May Be Bleak, but It’s Not Black, The” (Davis), 562
“Future of Science Fiction, The” (Bretnor), 28
Futures: The Journal of Forecasting and Planning, 514
Future Science Fiction (magazine), 436
Future shock, 513, 516–517
Future Shock (Toffler), 516–517
Futurian Science Literary Society, 59, 60–61, 72, 78, 201
Futurian War Digest (FIDO) (fanzine), 76
Futurism.See Futurology
Futurist (journal), 514
Futurist Architectural Exhibition, 279
“Futurist Manifesto, The” (Marinetti), 279
Futurology, 15–16, 513–522;
as an academic subject, 514;
coinage of term, 513;
purpose and applications of, 514–515;
SF as an inspiration for, 517–518. See also Afrofuturism; Retrofuturism
FX Atmos, 376–377
Gabor, Dennis, 516
Gagarin, Yuri, 191, 261
Gaia’s Toys (Ore), 402
Gaiman, Neil, 90
Galactic Suburbia (Yaszek), 312
Galaxian (video game), 226
Galaxy (magazine), 28, 61, 85, 318, 340, 344, 387, 389
Galaxy Awards, 74
Galbraith, John Kenneth, 380
Galileo’s Dream (Robinson), 311
Galloway, Alexander R., 235
Galvani, Luigi, 466
Gamble, Eliza, 479
Gamer (film), 162
“Gamer Girl Manifesto, The” (video), 545
Gamer Girl movement, 545
Gamow, George, 132
Gandahar (film), 193
García Márquez, Gabriel, 118
Garnier, Charles, 53
Garnier, Tony, 282
Garrett, Randall, 389
Gastev, Alexei, 324
Gate to Women’s Country, The (Tepper), 111
Gatiss, Mark, 78
Gaudreault, André, 163
Gaughan, Jack, 203
Gaylactic Network, 13, 397
Gaylactic Spectrum Awards, 397
Gay SF, 397, 404
Gearheart, Sally Miller, 397
Gebhard, David, 436
Geim, Andre, 307
GenCon, 75
Gender performativity, 400, 402, 424–425
General Electric (GE), 367, 368, 370
General Motors (GM), 12, 295, 306, 364, 366, 372–373, 374, 375–376, 377–378, 380, 436, 438
General pulps, 93–95, 97, 98, 99–102
Genesis (band), 260
Genesis (performance art), 272–273
Genette, Gérard, 44, 233
Genre vs. mode, 8–9, 139–149;
boundary permeability, 140–142;
shift from future to present, 143–149;
shift from metonymy to metaphor, 143;
sociocultural analysis, 143–144
(p. 598) Gentleman, Sir Francis, 457
Geraghty, Lincoln, 173, 178
Gerania (Barnes), 457
German Bauhaus, 265
Germany, 72, 73
Gernsback, Hugo, 28, 50, 51, 68, 86, 89, 91, 106, 198–199, 201, 213, 309, 325, 427, 445, 479, 531;
electronic media and, 9, 169, 173;
fandom and, 72, 96;
feminism supported by, 547;
influence on pulp SF, 93, 94, 95, 96–97, 101;
influence on the marketplace, 81–82;
influence on the SF movement, 59–60, 61;
popularization of term “science fiction,” 81, 94, 105, 305;
sexology popularized by, 13, 396
“Gernsback Continuum, The” (Gibson), 437, 438, 440, 445
Ghosh, Amitav, 135, 489, 492
Ghost in the Shell (film), 192
Ghost in the Shell (Shirow), 217
Giant Rock Spacecraft Conventions, 354
Gibbon, Edward, 520
Gibbons, Dave, 212, 221
Gibson, William, 4, 42–43, 64–65, 66, 68, 90, 112, 118, 132, 139, 145–146, 147, 148, 149, 207, 228, 231–232, 242, 244, 271, 287, 309, 337, 386, 401, 402, 410, 416–417, 568;
cybernetics and, 426–427, 430, 431–432;
futurology and, 521;
posthumanism and, 524;
retrofuturism and, 437, 445;
steampunk and, 440
Giger, H. R., 417
Gilbert, William, 460
Gilbreth, Frank, 324
Gilbreth, Lillian, 324
Gilman, Charlotte Perkins, 16, 479, 482, 483, 539, 540
Gilroy, Paul, 429
Ginsberg, Allen, 386, 387, 388
Ginsburg, Mosei, 281
Ginway, Elizabeth, 312
Giraud, Jean.See Moebius
“Girl Who Was Plugged In, The” (Tiptree), 424, 425
Gladiator (Wylie), 214
Glass Houses (Mixon), 402
Glenn, John, 345
Glenn Gould: The New Listener (CD-ROM), 245
Gnosticism, 135, 136
Godwin, Tom, 24, 307
Godwin, William, 50, 550
Gold, H. L., 28, 61, 62, 85, 340
Golden, Thelma, 569
Golden Age of comics, 218
Golden Age of SF, 61, 109, 308–309, 398
Golden Age of SF pulps, 97
“Golden Apples of the Sun, The” (Bradbury), 41–42
Golden Crown Literary Society Awards, 397
Golden Key comics, 341
“Goldfish Bowl” (Heinlein), 84
“Goldilocks zone,” 455
Gold Medal Books, 99
Goldsmith, Cele, 63
Goldsmith, Jerry, 256–257
Gómez-Peña, Guillermo, 265
Gomoll, Jeanne, 76, 79
Good, I. J., 270
Goodall, Jane, 415
Good Blonde & Others (Kerouac), 388
“Good Vibrations” (song), 259
Goonan, Kathleen Ann, 111
Gordon, Joan, 8, 52, 55, 396
Goss, Theodora, 66
Gothic fiction, 14–15, 50, 102, 143, 463–473;
apocalyptic, 471–473;
the automaton in, 319;
genesis of SF form, 463–464;
medical science depicted in, 466–470
Gothic Science Fiction (Wasson and Alder, eds.), 143
Goudie, Brian, 442
Gould, Glenn, 245
Graham, Brandon, 224
Grandville, J. J., 185
Graphene, 306–307
Grass (Tepper), 524
Grass, Günter, 118
Gravity’s Rainbow (Pynchon), 104, 113, 118, 348
“Gravy Planet” (Kornbluth), 61
Gray, Chris Hables, 146
Great Exclusion Act of 1939, 60, 78
Great Exhibition (London), 278, 283
“Great God Pan, The” (Machen), 467, 469
“Great Slow Kings, The” (Zelazny), 36
Green, Jonathan, 444
Greene, David, 283
Greenland, Colin, 67
Griffith, George, 506
Griffith, Nicola, 400, 402
Grimsley, Jim, 134
Grivel, Jean-Baptiste, 53
Groensteen, Thierry, 223
Grosset & Dunlap, 86
Grossman, Dave, 334
Grosz, Elizabeth, 410, 414, 416
Grotesque, SF, 39, 107
Guattari, Felix, 267, 272, 273
Guffey, Elizabeth, 14
Gulliver’s Travels (Swift), 2, 453, 458, 459–461
Gunn, James, 31–32, 47, 52, 141, 156, 196, 307, 385
Gunning, Tom, 163
Gurney, Edmund, 508
(p. 599) Haber, Heinz, 341
Haggard, H. Rider, 71, 495
Hagio, Moto, 217
Haigh, Thomas, 445
Halas, John, 192
Halberstam, Judith, 241
Haldane, J. B. S., 519, 520, 529
Haldeman, Joe, 90, 111–112, 332
Half-Life (video game), 227, 230
Hall, Stuart, 425–426
Halley, Edmond, 499–500
Hall of Fame Award, 552, 555
Hall of the Mountain Grill (album), 206
Halloween (film), 257
Hallward, Peter, 579
Halo (video game), 227, 230, 232, 332
Halo 2 (video game), 232
Halpern, Marty, 65
Hamilton, Alexander, 553
Hamilton, Edmond, 82, 214
Hamilton, Grant, 493
Hamilton, Peter, 67
Hamilton, Richard, 283
Hamlet (Shakespeare), 37
Hamlin, Kimberly, 478
Hampson, Frank, 216, 221
Hancock, Herbie, 206
Hand, Elizabeth, 128, 333
Handmaid’s Tale, The (Atwood), 521
Handswriting (performance art), 266
Hanna, Kathleen, 545
Hannett, Martin, 261
Hantke, Steffen, 12
Haraway, Donna, 16, 91, 133, 145, 146, 147, 148, 240, 242, 396, 400, 409, 414, 422, 423, 426, 427, 431, 527, 543–544, 545
Harder, Delmar, 317
Harding, Sandra, 311–312
Harding, Susan, 434, 443
Hard SF, 7, 306, 309
Hardt, Michael, 490
Hardware (film), 165
Hardy, Phil, 159
Haredevil Hare (cartoon), 189
Hareway to the Stars (cartoon), 189
Harlequin Books, 86
Harper, Mary Catherine, 414
Harper, Phillip Brian, 429
Harrad Experiment, The, 397
Harris, Clare Winger, 547
Harrison, M. John, 66, 67
Harrison, Niall, 122
Harryhausen, Ray, 78, 184, 189
Hartshorne, Charles, 513
Hartwell, David, 67, 79, 87, 88, 91
Harvey, David, 207, 490
Hasty Hare, The (cartoon), 189
Hatfield, Charles, 223
Haussman, Raoul, 280
Hawai’i Research Center for Future Studies, 514
Hawkwind (band), 206, 260
Hawthorne, Nathaniel, 52, 105, 320
Hayden, Patrick Nielsen, 79
Hayden, Teresa Nielsen, 79
Hayden, Tom, 63
Hayek, Friedrich von, 551, 558
Hayles, N. Katherine, 4, 5, 124, 140, 146, 147, 244, 247, 326, 423, 424, 431
Hayward, Philip, 254
H-Bomb Over America (Sutton), 345
He, She and It (Piercy), 402
“Healer, The” (Bender), 123
Heart and Science (Collins), 467, 469, 470
“Heart of Darkness” (Conrad), 111, 492
“Heat Death of the Universe, The” (Zoline), 62, 143
Heaven’s Gate movement, 12, 359–360
Heavy Metal (magazine), 215
Heidegger, Martin, 323
Heinlein, Robert A., 13, 15, 16, 25–26, 27, 29, 61, 90, 111, 171, 278, 309, 325, 332, 334, 392, 396–397, 510, 525, 565;
futurology and, 518, 519–520, 521;
influence on the marketplace, 83–84;
libertarianism and, 555–556, 557, 558–559;
posthumanism and, 532–533;
space race and, 343–344, 347
Helland, Christopher, 357
“Hell Is the Absence of God” (Chiang), 123
Hemings, Sally, 553
Hemingway, Ernest, 111–112, 565
Hemingway Hoax, The (Haldeman), 111–112
Hench, John, 295
Henderson, Zenna, 86, 127–128, 137
Hendrix, Jimi, 206, 259
Henry, Pierre, 259
Henson, Matthew Alexander, 502
“Hep-Cats of Venus” (Garrett), 389
Herbert, Frank, 90, 206, 232, 392, 453
Hergé, 216
Hergenrader, Trent, 547
Herland (Gilman), 16, 479, 539
Herrmann, Bernard, 254, 256–257
Herron, Ron, 283, 284 (figure)
Hersey, John, 348
Hetherington, Norriss S., 503
Hickman, Jonathan, 224
Hidden Persuaders, The (Packard), 380
Hieroglyph project, 68
Highlander (film), 164
Highlander II: The Quickening (film), 164
“Highways of Tomorrow” (Motorama attraction), 375
(p. 600) Hill, Barney, 354
Hill, Betty, 354
Hippies, 12–13, 392
Hiroshima bombing, 217, 326, 340, 341, 348
Histories, 7, 47–55;
on earliest SF prototypes, 50–51;
new frontiers in, 54–55;
origins of SF criticism and, 52–53;
semiotic approach, 7, 48–49;
shift in, 53–54;
sociological, 49;
theme-author based, 47–48
“History and Criticism” (Wolfe), 52
History of Science Fiction, The (Roberts), 50
“History of Science Fiction Criticism, A” (Evans), 146
Hitchcock, Alfred, 158, 160, 161–162
Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, The (radio program), 172
Hitler, Adolph, 325
Hjerstedt, Gunnar, 98, 101
Hoban, Russell, 42, 116, 118, 340
Hobbes, Thomas, 314
Hoberman, Perry, 244–245, 250
Hodge, T. Shirby, 565
Hoffman, Arthur S., 94
Hoffmann, E. T. A., 319
Hogan, Robert J., 97
Holberg, Ludvig, 53, 456
Holland, Steve, 196
Hollinger, Veronica, 4–5, 8–9, 16, 52, 55, 120, 121, 396
Hollow-earth theory, 15, 499–502
Holmes, John Clellon, 389
Holmes, Thom, 252
Holt Hinshaw Pfau Jones, 286
Holy Barbarians, The (Lipton), 389
Holy Fire (Sterling), 547
Homeostasis, 422–424, 429, 431
Homunculus (Blaylock), 440
Honegger, Arthur, 253
Honeymoon in Space, A (Griffith), 506
Hooke, Robert, 499
Hopkinson, Nalo, 17, 133, 134, 402, 486, 524, 564, 565, 566, 567, 568, 569–570
Horizon (journal), 516
Horizons (Bel Geddes), 365, 368, 370, 372
Horkheimer, Max, 452
Horrigan, Brian, 173, 209–210
Horror films, 9, 156
Host Planet Earth (radio program), 172
House Committee on Un-American Activities, 384
“House of Magic” (exhibit), 368
Howard, Robert E., 78
Howe, Irving, 63
“Howl” (Ginsberg), 386, 387
How We Became Posthuman: Virtual Bodies in Cybernetics, Literature, and Informatics (Hayles), 4, 140, 146, 244
Hubbard, Dorothy, 94
Hubbard, L. Ron, 352, 354, 355, 360–361
Huge Hunter, The, or the Steam Man of the Prairies (Ellis), 435, 440
Hughes, Langston, 570
Hughes, Rian, 206
Hughes, William, 14–15
Hugo Award, 64, 75, 76, 77, 78, 88, 113, 207, 212, 392
Hulk, The (comic), 219
Humanists, 65
Human League (band), 261
Human Use of Human Beings, The (Wiener), 421, 529
Hume, Kathryn, 129, 131
Hunger Games, The (Collins), 483
Huntington, John, 49
Huxley, Aldous, 105, 161, 323, 387
Huxley, T. H., 322
Huxtable, Ada Louise, 293
Hydra Club, 59
Hyperion (Simmons), 111
Hyperreality, 144, 145, 149
I, Robot (Asimov), 159
I, Robot (film), 159
I Am Legend (Matheson), 15, 472, 473
Ian Gillian Band, 206
ICE (intrusion countermeasures electronics), 427
“Icons of Science Fiction, The” (Jones), 220
“Idea of North, The” (Gould), 245
Idoru (Gibson), 417
“If This Goes On” (Heinlein), 84
“If We Could Move to Mars” (Serviss), 505
“I Have No Mouth, and I Must Scream” (Ellison), 132
I Have No Mouth and I Must Scream (video game), 232
I Hear a New World (album), 258
Ikin, Van, 54
ILLIAC, 255
I Love Bees (video game), 232
Imagetext, 196
Imaginary Landscape No. 1 (Cage), 254
Imaginary science, 30, 39, 107
“Imagination of Disaster, The (Sontag), 202–203
Imagining Mars (Crossley), 54
Imperial Eyes (Pratt), 488
Impossible Voyage, The (film), 185
Incal, The (comic), 223
“Incident of the Cosmos, An” (radio adaptation), 170
Incredible Change-Bots (comic), 215
Incredible Science Fiction (magazine), 215
Independence Day (film), 337
India, 73–74
Industrial Light and Magic (ILM), 190, 333–334
Industrial Revolution, 11, 308, 318, 435, 439, 440, 442, 444
Infernal Devices (Jeter), 440
Infernal War, The (Robida), 197
(p. 601) Infinite, The (television program), 182
Infinite Worlds (Di Fate), 196
Ing, Dean, 347
Inklings, 59, 71
Inner Sanctum (radio program), 170, 171
Innocence (film), 192
Inquiriy into Science Fiction (Davenport), 23
In Search of Wonder (Knight), 85
Inside the Space Ships (Adamski), 358
Instant City, 283
Institute for Operational Research, 514
Institute for the Future (IFF), 15, 236, 514
Institute of Development Studies, 514
Instruments and Automation (journal), 317
Interfictions: An Anthology of Interstitial Writings (Sherman and Goss, eds.), 66
International Scienc Fiction Guild, 60
Interrupted Journey, The: Two Lost Hours “Aboard a Flying Saucer” (Fuller), 354
“Interstellar Overdrive” (song), 259
Interstitial Arts Foundation, 66
Interstitial movement, 66, 67
Interzone (magazine), 67, 68
In the Mouth of the Whale (McAuley), 432
“In the Penal Colony” (Kafka), 417
In the Slipstream (Sukenick and White, eds.), 118–119
“Into the 28th Century” (Lorraine), 540–541
In Tune with Tomorrow (film), 370
Invaders, The (television program), 176
Invaders from Mars (film), 336
Invasion (television program), 181
Invasion of the Body Snatchers (film), 494
Invention of Destruction, The (film), 191
Invisible Man (Ellison), 567–568
Iraq conflict, 330, 340
Ireland, 72
“I Remember Lemuria” (Shaver), 355
Iron Heel, The (London), 574
Irving, Washington, 105, 532
Ishiguro, Kazuo, 112, 469
Island of Doctor Moreau, The (Wells), 13, 410, 467, 494
Islands in the Net (Sterling), 547
Is Mars Habitable? (Wallace), 503
Israel, Jonathan, 451
Italian Futurists, 265, 279, 282
Italy, 73
It Came From Beneath the Sea (film), 190
“It’s a Good Life” (Bixby), 86
It! The Terror from Beyond Space (film), 86
Ivain, Gilles, 285
J. Walter Thompson advertising agency, 365, 373
Jack of Shadows (Zelazny), 134
Jackson, Peter, 337
Jackson, Shelley, 242, 243–244, 250
James, Edward, 1–2, 38, 50, 52, 54
James, Henry, 106, 128
James, P. D., 112
Jameson, Fredric, 4, 53, 120–121, 143, 144, 146, 147, 242, 245, 247, 249, 268, 269, 278, 285, 286;
cybernetics and, 425, 426, 427, 429, 431, 432;
utopianism and, 563, 575, 576–577, 578
“Jameson Satellite, The” (Jones), 531–532
Janus (fanzine), 76
Japan, 74, 191–192. See also Manga
Japoteurs (cartoon), 188
Jaquet-Droz, Pierre, 320
Jarrold, John, 79
Jazz, 388–389
“Jazz Machine, The” (Matheson), 389
Jeanneret, Charles-Édourad, 282
Jefferson, Thomas, 553
Jefferson Airplane (band), 206
Jenkins, Henry, 224, 232, 444
Jeter, K. W., 65–66, 439–440, 441
Jetsons, The (television program), 176, 193, 436
Jezer, Marty, 384
Jigureul jikyeora! (film), 157–158
Jodorowsky, Alejandro, 206, 223
“John Carter of Mars” books (Burroughs), 128
Johnny Chase, Secret Agent of Space (radio program), 172
Johnny Got His Gun (film), 333
Johnny Mnemonic (film), 258
Johnson, Greg, 123
Johnson, Lyndon, 63, 553
Johnson-Smith, Jan, 178, 179, 182
Jones, Chuck, 187, 189
Jones, Diana Wynne, 79
Jones, Gerard, 213
Jones, Gwyneth, 220, 311, 524
Jones, Neil R., 531–532
Jones, Raymond, 510
Jorgensen, Darren, 235, 236
Journey to the Center of the Earth (film), 191
Journey to the Center of the Earth (radio adaptation), 172
Journey to the Center of the Earth (Verne), 185, 492, 502, 578
Jovovich, Milla, 165
Joyce, James, 42, 110
Joy Division (band), 261
Judge Dredd (comic), 216, 223
Judge Dredd (film), 49
“Judgment Day” (Feldstein), 215
Judgment on Janus (Norton), 134
Jünger, Ernst, 325
Jungk, Robert, 515–516
Jungle Drums (cartoon), 188
“Junkspace” (Koolhaas), 286–287
Juno, Andrea, 408
Just Imagine (film), 372
(p. 602) Juul, Jesper, 228
Kac, Eduardo, 241, 264, 271–273
Kafka, Franz, 417
Kairos Future, 514
Kant, Immanuel, 7, 39, 451, 453
Katz, Jack, 215
Kaveney, Roz, 184
Kaye, Lenny, 259
Keaton, Russell, 221
Keats, John, 108
Kelleghan, Fiona, 65
Keller, Evelyn Fox, 311
Keller, Helen, 241
Kellner, Douglas, 242, 244
Kelly, Frank K., 82
Kelly, James Patrick, 24, 52, 65, 66, 122–123
Kemp, Earl, 77
Kempelen, Wolfgang von, 319
Kennedy, John F., 330, 342
Kent State shootings, 260
Kepler, Johannes, 50, 52–53
Kepler 16b (Tattooine), 306
Kerouac, Jack, 387–388, 389, 390
Kerry, John, 330
Kesey, Ken, 386
Kessel, John, 52, 65, 66, 111, 122–123, 124
Ketterer, David, 49, 53
Keyhoe, Donald, 97
“Keys to December, The” (Zelazny), 36
Khachaturian, Aram, 256
Khrushchev, Nikita, 378
Kid A (album), 261
Kikauka, Laura, 270
Kilgore, De Witt Douglas, 16–17, 53, 444
Kindermann, Eberhard Christian, 457
Kindred (Butler), 494–495
King, Geoff, 163, 184
King Crimson (band), 260
King Kong (stop-motion feature), 187
King Rat (Miéville), 66–67
Kingsley, Gershon, 259
King Solomon’s Mines (Haggard), 495
Kin of Ata Are Waiting for You, The (Bryant), 397
Kinsella, W. P., 117
Kinsey, Alfred, 396
Kipling, Rudyard, 325
Kirby, Jack, 218–219, 222–223
“Kirby krackle,” 223
Kircher, Athanasius, 499
Kirinyaga (Resnick), 565
Kitchen Debate, 378
“Kitchens of Tomorrow” (exhibit), 12, 364, 375, 378, 379 (figure)
Kitman, Marvin, 342
Klein, Norman M., 191
Klesse, Christian, 410, 411
Kline, Nathan S., 413, 422
Klugman, Karen, 298–299
Knight, Damon, 47, 53, 60, 63, 85, 105, 160
Knotted Line, The, 249
Knowledge and Social Imagery (Bloor), 310
Koch, Howard, 170
Kohn, Robert D., 372
Kollin, Dani, 554–555, 556
Kollin, Eytan, 554–555, 556
Kon, Satoshi, 192
Koolhaas, Rem, 286–287
Korean War, 329, 335, 336
Kornbluth, C. M., 60, 61, 130, 309, 365, 387, 388
Krafft-Ebing, Richard von, 396
Kraken (Miéville), 44
Kraken Wakes, The (radio program), 172
Krassner, Paul, 342
Krautrock, 260, 261
Kress, Nancy, 65
Kropotkin, Peter, 550
Krzywinska, Tanya, 184
Kubrick, Stanley, 3, 132, 159, 206, 255, 256, 258, 270, 307, 340, 347, 349, 379, 438, 520
Kugelberg, Johan, 259
Kuhn, Annette, 155
Kuhn, Thomas, 309–310, 499
Kurosawa, Akira, 333
Kurzweil, Ray, 33, 270, 515, 533–534
Kushner, Ellen, 66
Kuttner, Henry, 214, 385, 547
Kyle, Dave, 60
Lacey, Bruce, 265
Lach-Szyrma, W. S., 503–505
Lady Gaga, 206
Lafferty, R. A., 63
Lake, Jay, 67
Laloux, René, 193
Lalumiere, Claude, 65
Lambda Literary Awards, 397
Land Leviathan, The (Moorcock), 565
Land of the Giants (television program), 176
Landon, Brooks, 3, 4, 5, 6–7, 49, 54, 96, 145, 293, 299, 384, 549, 557, 558–559
Lane, Mary E. Bradley, 539, 540
Lang, Fritz, 201, 206, 323, 348, 372
Lang, Herrmann, 565
Langer, Jessica, 487, 488, 489
Langford, David, 79
Larbalestier, Justine, 49, 53, 312
Larratt, Shannon, 409
Laser Books, 86
Lasseter, John, 195
Lasswitz, Kurd, 49
Last and First Men: A Story of the Near and Far Future (Stapledon), 519, 524, 577
“Last Judgment, The” (Haldane), 519
(p. 603) Last Man, The (Shelley), 471–472, 473
Last Men in London (Stapledon), 519
Last Starfighter, The (film), 226, 335
Late capitalism, 120, 121, 122, 144, 165, 298;
architecture of, 285;
body modification and, 416;
cybernetics and, 422, 423, 427;
video games and, 236
Latham, Rob, 52, 55, 122, 124, 142, 398–400
Latin America, 73, 216–217
Latour, Bruno, 157, 241, 313, 314
Lautréamont, 204
Lavender, Isiah, 568
Lazarus Organization, 203
League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, The (comic), 215
Leary, Timothy, 386
Lee, Sharon, 89
Lee, Stan, 218–219, 222
Lefanu, Sarah, 49, 53
Left Hand of Darkness, The (Le Guin), 130, 399, 542, 558
Legion of Science Fiction Improvement, 60
Le Guin, Ursula K., 2, 42, 44, 52, 85, 90, 110, 130, 133–134, 136, 267, 333, 338, 399, 542, 557, 558, 563, 574
Lehr, Paul, 203
Lehrer, Tom, 341
Leiber, Fritz, 63, 389–390, 391
Lem, Stanislaw, 2, 27, 49, 577
Lemay, Kate C., 14
“Lemuria” series (Shaver), 502
L’Engle, Madeleine, 136
Lenin Institute, 281
Leonard, Elmore, 117
Leonidov, Ivan, 281
Lesbian SF, 397, 399, 401, 402, 404
Leslie, Desmond, 353
Leslie, Sir John, 500, 502
Lessing, Doris, 116
Lethem, Jonathan, 104, 112, 113, 123, 124
Letterist International, 285
Level 7 (Roshwald), 326
Levy, Michael, 64, 65
Lewis, C. S., 59, 129, 131, 135, 136
Ley, Willy, 344, 502
Leyner, Mark, 119
LGBT SF, 13, 397, 404
Libbey-Owens-Ford Glass Company, 378
Libertarian Futurist Society, 16, 552
Libertarianism, 16, 384, 549–559;
impact on real-world issues, 557–558;
key ideas of, 550;
philosophical principles of, 550–551;
problems of, 556
Liebesman, Jonathan, 337
Life (Jones), 311
“Life and Death of Literary Forms, The” (Fowler), 143
“Life-Line” (Heinlein), 84
Life on Mars (television program), 182
Ligeti, György, 256
“Light and the Sufferer” (Lethem), 123
Lightner, A. M., 565
Ligon, Glenn, 569
“Like a Rolling Stone” (song), 259
Lilly, John C., 392
Limbo (Wolfe), 340, 524
Limits of Infinity, The: The American Science Fiction Film (Sobchack), 3, 155, 254
Limits to Capital, The (Harvey), 490
Lindsay, Dan, 389
Lindsay, David, 135, 136
Link, Kelly, 66
Linzmayer, Adam, 509
Lipton, Lawrence, 389
Liquid architecture, 11, 287
Liquid Metal: The Science Fiction Film Reader (Redmond), 155
Liquid Sky (film), 256
Lissitzky, Lazar Markovich (El Lissitzky), 280–281
Literary marketplace.See Marketplace
Literary movements, 7, 59–68;
counterculture influences, 63–64;
early factions in, 60–61;
editors influencing, 59–60, 61–62;
humanist influences, 65;
optimism in, 68
Literary science fiction, 3, 8, 104–113;
background on, 105;
character development in, 108;
differing demands and rewards of, 106–107;
existence of denied, 105–106;
literalizing of metaphor in, 107, 110;
megatext and, 105, 110–112
Little, Big (Crowley), 547
Little Nemo in Slumberland (comic strip), 213
LiveJournal (blog), 77–78
Living Pod, 283
Livingston, Dennis, 517
Locke, John, 550
Locus (magazine), 65, 75, 76, 79, 440
Locus Award, 75
Loewy, Raymond, 365, 369, 370
Lofficier, Jean-Marc, 49, 54
Lofficier, Randy, 54
Logan’s Run (film), 257
Logan’s Run (television program), 177–178
“Logic of Empire” (Heinlein), 84
LogPlug, 283
London, Jack, 492, 574
Lone Gunmen, The (television program), 181
Longo, Robert, 258
Long Way Back, The (Bennett), 565
Looking Backward: 2000-1887 (Bellamy), 71, 136, 321, 518, 574
(p. 604) Lord of Light (Zelazny), 128
Lord of the Rings, The (film), 337
Lord of the Rings, The (Tolkien), 78
Lorraine, Lilith, 540–541
Los Angeles Interactive Media Festival, 244
Los Angeles Science Fantasy Society (LASFS), 72, 78
Lost (television program), 181
Lost in Space (television program), 176
Lost Missile, The (film), 86
Lost World, The (Doyle), 492
Lost World, The (stop-motion feature), 187
Lothar and the Hand People (band), 260
Loudon, Jane, 321
Lovecraft, H. P., 67, 71, 101, 128, 131, 135, 136, 171, 527–528, 532
“Lovers, The” (Farmer), 398
Lowell, Percival, 503, 505, 506, 507
Lowndes, Robert A. W., 60
Loyer, Erik, 247–250
Lucas, George, 172, 178, 181, 190, 257, 331, 333, 334
Luce, Henry, 329
Lucian of Samosata, 50, 52, 53
Luckhurst, Roger, 5, 11–12, 25, 31, 49, 54, 109, 122, 137, 142, 147, 217–218, 306, 310, 354, 499, 508, 510, 549
Luckman, Charles, 437
Luddism, 319, 440
Lukas, Scott A., 291, 293
Lumière, Auguste, 185
Lumière, Louis, 185
Lunatic, Sir Humphrey (pseudonym of Francis Gentleman), 457
Lundwall, Sam, 47
Lutz, Tom, 392
Lyell, Charles, 435
Lynd, Dennis, 391
Lyotard, Jean-François, 120
Maak, Niklas, 434, 437, 445
MacArthur Award, 113
Macaulay, Thomas, 494
McAuley, Paul, 67, 432
McCaffery, Larry, 4, 120, 121–122
McCaffrey, Anne, 78, 128, 132–133, 544
McCain, John, 330
McCall, Bruce, 443
McCarran Act of 1950, 384
McCarthy, Cormac, 113
McCarthyism, 388
McCay, Winsor, 186, 213, 427–429
McClintock, Barbara, 311
McClure, Michael, 388
McComas, J. Francis, 61, 62, 85
McCulley, Johnston, 96
McCulloch, Warren, 421
McDevitt, Jack, 90
McDonald, Ian, 90, 148, 207–209
McDougall, Walter A., 343
McDougall, William, 508–509
MacFarlane, Scott, 392
McGuirk, Carol, 52, 268
McHale, Brian, 120, 230
Machen, Arthur, 467, 469
“Machine Stops, The” (Forster), 323
McHugh, Maureen, 148, 402
McKean, Dave, 209
MacLeod, Ken, 16, 17, 67, 549, 557, 581–582
McLuhan, Marshall, 443
Macmillan, R. H., 318
McMorrow, Will, 96
McMullen, Sean, 54
McNeil, Carla Speed, 215
Macy conferences, 326, 421
Mad as a Mars Hare (cartoon), 189
Mad Max 2 (film), 165
Magazine of Fantasy, The, 61, 99
Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, The, 28, 61, 62, 85, 87, 99, 127, 389, 547
“Magic, Inc.” (Heinlein), 84
Magic Motorways (Bel Geddes), 372, 375
Magnetic Telescope, The (cartoon), 188
Mailer, Norman, 117, 348, 349
Malevich, Kazimir, 279, 280
Mallet, David, 455–456
Mallory, Tom, 445
Malmgren, Carl, 48
Malzberg, Barry N., 349, 388
“Man, Android and Machine” (Dick), 326
Man and the Moon (film), 341
Manga, 10, 74, 191, 212, 217
Manguel, Alberto, 78
Manhattan Project, 325–326
Manhattan Projects, The (comic), 224
Manhattan Research, Inc., 255
“Manifesto for Cyborgs” (Haraway), 145, 400
Man in the High Castle, The (Dick), 204–205
Man into Superman (Ettinger), 532, 533
Mann, George, 52
Mannerpunk, 65
Manovich, Lev, 190, 230, 426
Man Plus (Pohl), 411, 423
Manson, Charles, 392, 397
Man’s Place in the Universe (Wallace), 503
“Man Who Sold the Moon, The” (Heinlein), 309, 344
“Man Who Was Tomorrow, The” (radio adaptation), 170
“Man Who Went Back to Save Lincoln, The” (radio adaptation), 171
“Man Without a Body, The” (Mitchell), 429
Man with the Broken Ear, The (About), 532
“Many Deaths of Science Fiction, The” (Luckhurst), 147
Margulies, Leo, 547
Mariën, Marcel, 204
Marinetti, Filippo Tommaso, 279, 513
(p. 605) Marketplace, 7–8, 81–91;
early influences on, 81–82;
formulaic plotting and, 82–83;
juvenile literature in, 85–86;
resistance to standardization in, 83–85;
series fiction in, 86–90
Markley, Robert, 486–487, 503
Marks, Laura U., 163
Marling, Karal, 294, 296, 298
Mars (Lowell), 503
Mars and Its Canals (Lowell), 503
Mars as the Abode of Life (Lowell), 503
Mars Attacks! (film), 258
“Mars” trilogy (Robinson), 249, 557
Martian canals controversy, 15, 499, 502–507
Martian Chronicles, The (Bradbury), 42, 109, 342
“Martian Odyssey, The” (Weinbaum), 200
Martian Race, The (Benford), 350
Martian Through Georgia (cartoon), 189
Martinière, Stephan, 197, 207–209
Marvel comics, 215, 218–219, 220, 340–341
Marx, Karl/Marxism, 5, 321, 435, 490, 491
Marx, Leo, 320
Mass Effect (video game), 228, 232, 234(figure)
Massive, The (comic), 224
Matheson, Richard, 15, 174, 389, 472
Matrix (video game), 232
Matrix, The (film), 258, 271
Matta, Roberto, 203
Mattachine Society, 398
Matthews, Harry, 118
Matthews, James Tilly, 320
Mauzan, Achille, 190
Max Headroom: Twenty Minutes into the Future (film), 5
May, Julian, 79
Mead, Margaret, 421
Mead, Syd, 286
Mecha manga, 217
Mechanical Monsters, The (cartoon), 188
Mechanics of Wonder, The (Westfahl), 51, 59
Meek, Joe, 258–259
Megatext of SF, 27, 47, 48, 105, 110–112
Mehan, Uppinder, 486, 564, 570
Meier, Billy, 353–354
Méliès, Georges, 185, 186, 190, 213, 435
Mellotron, 259
Melville, Herman, 105, 111
Melzer, Patricia, 13
Memories of the Space Age (Ballard), 349–350
Mencken, H. L., 102
Mendlesohn, Farah, 7, 52, 54, 94
Menger, Howard, 358
Men Like Gods (Wells), 323
Menschifesto (pamphlet), 203
“Men with Wings” (Stone), 540
Menzies, William Cameron, 323, 336
Mercury Theater on the Air (radio program), 170
Merrick, Helen, 49, 53
Merril, Judith, 27–29, 48, 60, 62, 73, 78, 109, 398
Metal Hurlant (magazine), 215
Metamorphoses of Science Fiction: On the Poetics and History of a Literary Genre (Suvin), 2, 48, 53, 129
Metaphor, 107, 110, 143
Methuselah’s Children (Heinlein), 84
Metropolis (film), 173, 201, 206, 324, 372
Metropolis of Tomorrow (Ferriss), 372
Meyerhold, Vsevolod, 265
Michel, John, 60
Michelism, 60, 61, 63
Michener, James A., 348
“Micromégas” (Voltaire), 14, 453, 458–459
Midnight Robber (Hopkinson), 134, 524, 568
Midwich Cuckoos, The (Wyndham), 310
Miéville, China, 43–44, 48, 66–67, 68, 90, 112, 113, 140, 277, 549
Milburn, Colin, 16, 140, 146, 147, 148
Milestone Media, 562
Military culture, 12, 329–338;
SF aligned with specific agendas of, 335;
SF disavowal of wars’ historical reality, 336–337;
SF on moral legitimacy of military, 337;
visual-culture texts as key medium of, 332
Military-industrial complex, 326, 330
Milius, John, 333
Mill, John Stuart, 550
Miller, Daniel, 261
Miller, Frank, 224
Miller, Henry, 386
Miller, P. Schuyler, 62
Miller, Paul D., 563–564
Miller, Sarah, 415
Miller, Steve, 89
Miller, Walter M., Jr., 90, 340, 342
Mills, C. Wright, 331
Mills, Pat, 216
Milner, Andrew, 142
Mimesis, 129, 241
Mind Children: The Future of Robot and Human Intelligence (Moravac), 529
Minksky, Marvin, 533
“Minute on Indian Education” (Macaulay), 494
“Miracle Kitchen” (exhibit), 378–379
Miró, Joan, 203
Mirrorshades: The Cyberpunk Anthology (Sterling, ed.), 64, 430
Mises, Ludwig von, 551
“Misfit” (Heinlein), 84
Misfits (band), 260
Missile Command (video game), 226
Mission: Space (Disney attraction), 294, 295–300
Mission of Gravity (Clement), 24, 311
Mission to Horatius (Reynolds), 86
Mississippi Review (journal), 4
(p. 606) Mister X (comic), 224
Mitchell, Edward Page, 429
Mitchell, W. J. T., 196
Mixon, Laura J., 402
Mizora: A Prophecy (Lane), 539
MMORPGs (massively multiplayer online role-playing games), 235, 249
Moby Dick (Melville), 111
Mockingjay (Collins), 483
Modern Electrics (magazine), 198, 201
Modern Primitives (Vale and Juno, eds.), 408
Modern primitivism, 13, 408, 409–410, 411, 413, 416–417
Modern Times (film), 324
Modern Utopia, A (Wells), 322, 323
Moebius, 193, 215, 216, 223
Moeller, Elouise, 357
Mojo: Conjure Stories (Hopkinson), 564
Moles, David, 123
Monáe, Janelle, 206
Mondes imaginaires et les mondes réels, Les (Flammarion), 53
Monette, Sarah, 67
Monsanto Chemical Company, 436
Monsters vs. Aliens (film), 189–190
Moog, Robert, 259, 261
Moon Is a Harsh Mistress, The (Heinlein), 555–556, 558
“Moon-shot Scandal, The” (Southern), 349
Moorcock, Michael, 28, 29, 62, 63, 68, 85, 90, 109, 116, 206, 259, 260, 308, 385, 386, 398, 440, 558, 565
Moore, Alan, 212, 215
Moore, C. L., 101, 108, 128, 140, 424–425, 481–482, 483, 547
Moore, James, 476
Moore, Michael, 337
Moravac, Hans, 529
More, Thomas, 2, 48, 50, 136, 563
More Brilliant Than the Sun: Adventures in Sonic Fiction (Eshun), 566
More than Human (Sturgeon), 108, 524
Morey, Leo, 187, 200
Morgan, Cheryl, 66, 77
Morgan, Richard, 227
Morricone, Ennio, 257
Morris, William, 59, 71, 322, 435, 441
Morrison, Toni, 117, 565
Moskowitz, Sam, 47, 48, 53, 54
Mosley, Walter, 563
Motherlines (Charnas), 397, 542
Mothra (film), 189
Motoramas, 12, 364, 374–378
Motor Stories (magazine), 96
Motter, Dean, 224
Moylan, Tom, 50, 557, 574, 576
“Mr. Roboto” (song), 260
Mr. Tompkins in Wonderland (Gamow), 132
“MS. Found in a Bottle” (Poe), 501–502
M-10000 (train), 368, 369 (figure)
Mueller, Tadzio, 558
Mulburn, Colin, 309
Mulcahy, Russel, 164
“Mule, The” (Asimov), 520
Mullen, R. D., 131
Mullen, Richard D., 5
Multiple_Dwelling (performance art), 265
Mumford, Lewis, 268
Mummy, The!: A Tale of the Twenty-Second Century (Loudon), 321
Mundane SF, 67–68, 130–131, 148
Murakami, Haruki, 112
Murray, Charles, 550
Musafar, Fakir, 408
Music, 10, 252–261, 562;
Beats and, 388–389;
film soundtracks, 10, 254–258;
instrumental, 252–253;
laboratories for electronic, 255–256;
popular, 258–261
Musique concrète, 254, 259
“Mutation” (Campbell), 61
Mute Records, 261
Mutual Assured Survival (Pournelle and Ing), 347
Myers, Frederic W. H., 508
My Favorite Martian (television program), 176
My Philosophy of Industry (Ford), 324
Mythmakers and Lawbreakers (ezine collection), 558
Mythpunk, 65
Nachman, Gerald, 173
Nadel, Alan, 202
Nader, Ralph, 380
Nadis, Fred, 355
Nagasaki bombing, 217, 340
Nakamura, Lisa, 429–430
Naked Lunch (Burroughs), 117, 385
Nanopunk, 65
Nanovision (Milburn), 140, 146, 148
Napier, Susan, 184
Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym, The (Poe), 502
Nash, Walter, 82
Natalini, Adolfo, 284
Nation, Terry, 472
National Convention (NatCon), 72, 75
National Intelligence Council, 514
National Organization for Women (NOW), 541
National Public Radio (NPR), 172
Natural Fantastic, the, 131–132
Natural History of the Enigma, A (performance art), 273
Natural selection, 478
Ndalianis, Angela, 291, 294, 295, 299
Nead, Lynda, 186
Nebula Award, 64, 75, 104, 113, 118, 390
Negri, Antonio, 490
Nekropolis (McHugh), 148
Nelson, Alondra, 566
Neo-Marxist theory, 17
(p. 607) Nettles, Bonnie Lu, 359, 360
Neumann, John von, 421
Neuromancer (Gibson), 64, 118, 132, 207, 228, 230, 242, 244, 271, 309, 401, 410, 426–427, 430, 524
Neuromancer (video game), 231
Never Let Me Go (Ishiguro), 469
Nevèrÿon series (Delany), 400
Nevins, Jess, 8
New Babylon, 285
New Dimensions (film), 370
New England Science Fiction Association (NESFA), 72
New Frontiers of the Mind (Rhine), 509
New Industrial State, The (Galbraith), 380
“New Literature for the Space Age, A” (Moorcock), 385
Newmahr, Staci, 405
Newman, James, 233
Newman, Kim, 157–158
New Maps of Hell (Amis), 50
News from Nowhere (Morris), 71, 322
News from This World (album), 206
“New Sort of Magazine, A” (Gernsback), 59, 81
New Space Opera, 67, 549
New Space Opera, The (Strahan and Dozois, eds.), 67
Newton, Sir Isaac, 313, 314, 451, 500
New Wave, 7, 29, 85, 308, 386, 392, 549;
in art and illustration, 203, 205, 206, 207;
in comics, 215, 216;
emergence of, 62–63;
literary quality of, 109–110;
sexuality and, 397, 398–400, 405
New Weird, 66–67, 68, 549
New Weird, The (VanderMeer, ed.), 67
New World of the Mind (Rhine), 509
New Worlds (magazine), 29, 62, 63, 85, 109, 385–386, 398
New York Review of Science Fiction, The (semiprozine), 79, 104
New York World’s Fair (1939-40), 281, 294–295, 306, 365, 366, 368, 369–375, 378, 436
New York World’s Fair (1964), 376
Nicholls, Peter, 52, 97, 146, 159, 288
Niebur, Louis, 255
Niels Klim’s Journey Under the Ground (Holberg), 456
Nieuwenhuys, Constant, 285
Nieuwentyt, Bernard, 453
“Night” (Campbell), 325
Nine Inch Nails (band), 232
“Nine Lives” (Le Guin), 110
Nineteen Eighty-Four (Orwell), 556
1999 AD (film), 379
Nio (program), 246, 248
Niven, Larry, 89, 106, 334, 347
Nix, Garth, 134
Nixon, Richard, 378
Nobel Prize, 307, 311
Noble, Maurice, 187, 189
“No Direction Home” (Spinrad), 259
Nomura Research Institute, 514
Noon, Jeff, 42, 287
Norling, John, 370
Normal, The (band), 261
Norman, Ernest, 354, 357, 358
Norman, Ruth, 354, 357, 358
North, Dan, 164
“North Africa” trilogy (Reynolds), 565
“North American Confederacy, The” series (Smith), 552
Norton, Andre, 128, 133, 134
Norton Book of Science Fiction, The (Le Guin and Attebery, eds.), 52
Nourse, Alan E., 385
Nouvelle vague, 62, 63
Novae Terrae (fanzine), 62
Nova Express (Burroughs), 385
Nova Express (fanzine), 119
Novak, Marcos, 287
Novik, Naomi, 78
Novoselov, Konstantinin, 307
Novum, 2, 4, 11, 48;
architecture and, 277, 278;
fictive, 39, 107;
utopianism and, 17, 575, 576, 579
Nowlan, Philip Francis, 82, 436, 480
“No Woman Born” (Moore), 424–425
Nowpunk, 65
Nozick, Robert, 552
Nuclear weapons, 325–326, 335–336, 340–343, 345, 347
Nudelman, Rafail, 515, 521–522
Numan, Gary, 260–261
Numinous, the, 136, 137
Nuove Tendenze (exhibition), 279
Nye, David E., 196, 223
Objectivism, 234, 551, 552
Odaiba, 291
Oesterheld, H. G., 216–217
Of A Fire on the Moon (Mailer), 348
Office for Metropolitan Architecture, 286
Off the Planet: Music, Sound, and Science Fiction Cinema (Hayward, ed.), 254
OK Computer (album), 261
Okorafor, Nnedi, 566
Oldeuboi (film), 157, 158
Omega Man, The (film), 257
Omniiaveritas, Vincent (Sterling pseudonym), 64
“On Computable Numbers” (Turing), 239
“On Defining Science Fiction, Or Not” (Rieder), 142, 495
Ondes Martenot, 253, 259
Ondioline, 259
ONE (magazine), 398
101 Architectural Fantasies (Chernikhov), 281
O’Neill, Kevin, 215
(p. 608) Only Apparently Real (Williams), 64
On the Magnet, Magnetic Bodies, and that Great Magnet, the Earth (Gilbert), 460
On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection (Darwin), 475–476, 478
“On the Receiving End of the Colonization’: Nalo Hopkinson’s ‘Nansi Web’” (Enteen), 568
On the Road (Kerouac), 387, 388
Operation Paperclip, 343
Orbit (Knight), 63
Orbit One Zero (radio program), 172
Ordinary, The (Grimsley), 134
ORDVAC, 255
Ore, Rebecca, 402
“Origins of Science Fiction Criticism, The” (Evans), 52–53
Orlando, Joe, 215
Ormsbee, Richard, 527–529
Orwell, George, 105, 161, 438, 556
Oryx and Crake (Atwood), 105–106, 145, 521
Oshii, Mamuro, 192
Oshiro, Noburu, 217
Other Worlds Science Stories (magazine), 527
Otomo, Katsuhiro, 192, 217
Otto, Rudolf, 136
Our Friend the Atom (film), 341
“Our Pious Hope: Science” (Cramer), 88
Outer Limits, The (television program), 174
Outland (film), 257
Outline of History, The (Wells), 519
Out of the Silent Planet (Lewis), 131
Out of the Silent Planet (radio program), 172
“Out of the Void” (Stone), 480–481
Outsider and Others, The (Lovecraft), 527
“Ozark Trilogy” (Elgin), 135
Pacific Edge (Robinson), 136
Packard, Vance, 380
Padgett, Lewis, 510
Pagel, Stephen, 400
Paik, Nam June, 265
Pal, George, 343
Palace of Labor, 281
Palace of the Soviets, 281
Palmer, Raymond, 352, 355
Pan-American Exposition, 292
“Pandora’s Box” (Heinlein), 25
Panter, Gary, 215
Paperbacks, 85, 99, 203
Paprika (film), 192
Paradise Lost (Milton), 464
Parliament-Funkadelic, 206
Parrinder, Patrick, 2, 30–31, 519, 520
Past Through Tomorrow, The (Heinlein), 520
Patarra, Nick, 224
Patchwork Girl (Jackson), 242, 243–244
Patlabor (film), 191
Pattern of Expectation, The (Clarke), 197
Pattern Recognition (Gibson), 139, 140, 148
Paul, Frank R., 187, 197, 198–199, 200–201, 202 (figure), 207–208, 213, 365, 367 (figure), 371–372, 373 (figure)
Pauling, Linus, 63
Pax Britannia (Green and Ewing), 444
Paxton, Joseph, 278
Pearce, Hubert, 509
Pearson, Wendy, 55, 395, 396
Peary, Robert Edwin, 502
Peebles, Curtis, 353
“Pellucidar” series (Burroughs), 502
Penley, Constance, 3, 309
“Penultimate Trump, The” (Ettinger), 531, 532
Penultimate Truth, The (Dick), 318
People of color.See Race
Perdido Street Station (Miéville), 67, 140
Pereira, Willaim, 437
Performance art, 10–11, 263–274;
actualization in, 263–264, 273–274;
body modification in, 264, 414–416, 418;
cyborgism in, 264, 266–267;
historical lineage of, 265
Perisphere, 371–372
Permutation City (Egan), 417
Perrey, Jean-Jacques, 259
Perrotin, Henri, 503
Perschon, Mike, 439
Persian Gulf War, 330, 336
Person, Lawrence, 118
Peyton, Rog, 73
Philco-Ford Corporation, 379
Philip, Kavita, 312
Philip K. Dick Award, 64, 75
Philmus, Robert M., 1, 48, 53
Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica (Newton), 500
“Philosophy of the Beat Generation, The” (Holmes), 389
Pickering, Andy, 318–319
Pickering, William H., 503
Picture Theory (Mitchell), 196
Piercy, Marge, 116–117, 397, 402, 542, 574
Pierson, Michele, 164, 176
Pikal, Vaclav, 190
Pilgrims Through Space and Time: Trends and Patterns in Scientific and Utopian Fiction (Bailey), 1, 47–48, 53
Pink Floyd (band), 206, 259, 260
Pioneer Award, 142
Piper at the Gates of Dawn, The (album), 259
Pitts, Victoria, 408, 412–413, 414, 418
Pixar Studios, 9, 186, 193, 195
“Place of Science Fiction, The” (Campbell), 26
(p. 609) Planetary Plaza (Disney attraction), 295–298
Planet B (radio program), 172
Planet Comics, 214
Planet Man (radio program), 172
Planet of the Apes (film), 176, 257, 483
Planet of the Apes (television program), 177–178
Planet Stories (magazine), 82, 84, 213, 214
Plan Voisin, 282
Plath, Sylvia, 563
Plato, 52
Platonov, Andrei, 324
Player Piano (Vonnegut), 326
Pleiadians, 353
Plug-In City, 283
Pluto (Urasawa), 217
Pocket Books, 86–87
Poe, Edgar Allan, 50, 51, 105, 185, 305, 319, 440, 501–502
Poème électronique (Varèse), 253
Poetics, 41–43
Pohl, Frederik, 60, 63, 72, 76, 78–79, 85, 130, 141, 171, 309, 365, 387, 388, 411, 423
Pohl, Frederik, IV, 159
Poland, 73
Polidori, John, 464
Pollock, Frederick,