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Editors

Editors: Miguel Ángel Fernández Delgado,
El Colegio de México, México and University of South Florida, USA
miganfd@gmail.com
  Juan Carlos Toledano Redondo
Lewis & Clark College, USA
toledano@lclark.edu
 

In an alambique (n. still), ancient alchemists sought to turn base metals into gold. University of South Florida Tampa Library offers this journal as a distiller of (im)possible dreams of science fiction and fantasy. Alambique (ISSN 2167-6577) is a double blind peer-reviewed, open-access journal devoted to scholarly research and criticism in the fields of science fiction and fantasy originally composed in Spanish or Portuguese.

Accepting Submissions!

Submission Deadline for Vol 6.2.: April 15th 2019

Current Issue: Volume 6, Issue 1 (2018) The Transatlantic Undead: Zombies in Hispanic and Luso-Brazilian Literatures and Cultures

Introduction

Estimados lectores, Alambique se complace en sacar su segundo monográfico. Esta vez abordamos un tema poco estudiado en el mundo iberoamericano, el fenómeno de los zombies trasatlánticos. El volumen ha sido dirigido por los profesores David Dalton (University of North Carolina, Charlotte) y Sara Potter (The University of Texas, El Paso). Esperamos que lo disfruten. ////////////////////// Caros leitores, Alambique tem o prazer de lançar seu secunda monografia. Desta vez, abordamos um tema pouco estudado no mundo ibero-americano, o fenômeno dos zumbis transatlânticos. O volume foi liderado pelos professores David Dalton (University of North Carolina, Charlotte) e Sara Potter (The University of Texas, El Paso).. Esperamos que o desfrutem.////////////////////// Dear Readers, Alambique is pleased to release its second monographic study. On this occasion, we focus on a topic not too studied in the Ibero-American world, the phenomenon of the transatlantic zombies. The volume has been directed by professors David Dalton (University of North Carolina, at Charlotte) and Sara Potter (The University of Texas, at El Paso). We hope you enjoy it.

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