Femspec 2.1 Table of Contents — Vol 2, Issue 1, 2000

The Abstracts 2.1

EDITORIAL REMARKS:

BATYA WEINBAUM and RITCH CALVIN 1

CRITICISM:

JANICE CROSBY, “The Snow Queen and the Goddess in the Machine” 5

MARY CATHERINE HARPER, “Mending the Rationality/Romanticism Divide in the Study of Women's Science Fiction” 11

VERONICA HOLLINGER, “The Utopia of the Perverse: An Exercise in ‘Transgressive Reinscription ’” 30

NANCY JOHNSTON, “‘I Would Have Swallowed the Kiss:’ Reflections on Feminist Speculative Poetry” 38

DIANE SIMMONS,“ Maxine Hong Kingston's Woman Warrior and ‘Shaman:’ Fighting Women in the New World” 49

AUTOBIOGRAPHY AND CREATIVE NON-FICTION:

MARLEEN S. BARR, “Interview with Janet Asimov” 66

SYLVIA KELSO, “Third Person Peculiar: Reading between Academic and SF-Community Positions in Feminist (SF)” 74

POETRY:

BARBARA MINCHINTON,“Housework Beast” 83

FICTION:

CHRISTINE CROYDEN, “Interview with a Housework Beast” 84

LINDA JOHNSON, “If the Sun and Moon Should Doubt” 88

STEPHANIE SELLERS, “Coyote Wants a Baby” 95

HISTORICAL DOCUMENT:

LESLIE F. STONE, “Out of the Void” 99

CONFERENCE COVERAGE:

BATYA WEINBAUM, “NWSA 2000-Boston” 105

GLORIA ORENSTEIN, “NWSA 2000-Boston” 106

BATYA WEINBAUM, “SFRA 2000-Cleveland” 108

REVIEWS:

MARCUS CASAL, “The Poet as Cartographer” 110

PHILLIPA KAFKA, “Don Quixote, the Joads, and Jack Kerouac Move Over: A Chinese American Woman's Adventures On the Road [of Life]” 112

KAREN SCHNEIDER, “On Women of Other Worlds114

The Abstracts 2.1