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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 7.2.: April 15th 2020

Current Issue: Volume 7, Issue 1 (2020) Ibero-American Homage to Mary Shelley

Introduction

*** Estimados lectores, Alambique se complace en sacar su tercer monográfico. En esta ocasión el volumen está dedicado a la influencia que la obra de Mary Shelley, y en concreto Frankenstein o el moderno Prometeo (1818), ha tenido en las letras de ciencia ficción del mundo iberoamericano. El volumen ha sido dirigido por la profesora M. Elizabeth Ginway (Universidad de la Florida) y la escritora e investigadora Giovanna Rivero. Esperamos que lo disfruten. *** Caros leitores, Alambique tem o prazer de lançar a sua terceira monografia. Desta vez, o volume é dedicado à influência que a obra de Mary Shelley, e em particular Frankenstein ou o moderno Prometeu (1818), teve sobre as letras de ficção científica do mundo ibero-americano. O volume foi dirigido pela professora M. Elizabeth Ginway (Universidade da Flórida) e pela escritora e pesquisadora Giovanna Rivero. Esperamos que o desfrutem. *** Dear readers, Alambique is pleased to release its third monographic study. This time the volume is dedicated to Mary Shelley´s work, namely Frankenstein or, the Modern Prometheus (1818), and its influence on Ibero-American science fiction literature. The volume was organized by Professor M. Elizabeth Ginway (University of Florida), and writer and independent scholar Giovanna Rivero. We hope you enjoy it.

Articles

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Introducción al Homenaje a Mary Shelley
Giovanna Rivero and M. Elizabeth Ginway