Table of Contents — Femspec 7.1, Vol 7, Issue 1, 2006

The Abstracts 7.1

EDITORIAL REMARKS:

BATYA WEINBAUM 4

CRITICISM

ERIC M. DROWN, “Business Girls and Beset Men in Pulp Science Fiction, and Science Fiction Fandom” 5

JANET HARRISON, “The Muse Unmasked: Eileen Agar’s Objectives Correlatives36

R.C. DOROZARIO, “The Consequences of Disney Anthropomorphism” 51

DEBRA BONITA SHAW, “Sex and the Single Starship Captain: Compulsory Heterosexuality and Star Trek Voyager66

FICTION

MARLEEN S. BARR, “Superfeminist Or, A Hanukah Carol” 86

STEPHANIE DICKINSON, “Grasshopper Woman” 91

DEBRA SCHLEEF, “From the Archives of Drs. Placek and Arriola...” 97

AIDA THOMPSON, “Thanksgiving Day” 106

POETRY

CANDI CRUZ, “The Goddess Rag” 108

CANDI CRUZ, “The Avatar Blues” 111

CATHY DALY, “Solo, Alone Rabi’a Adawiyya” 111

CATHY DALY, “False Apparitions” 111

JIM DEWILL, “While You’re Waiting for the Wind to Expose What the Fog’s Hiding” 114

EDVINA GIUNTA, “Night’s Whispers” 115

MARIE KAZALIA “No Elvis Sightings” 116

SUSAN MCLEAN, “Circe” 117

SUSAN MCLEAN, “The Siren” 117

SUSAN MCLEAN, “Scylla” 117

SUSAN MCLEAN, “Melantho” 117

GLENIS REDMOND, “Lonely Girl” 121

GLENIS REDMOND, “She Can’t Read” 121

GLENIS REDMOND, “Scripted Hope” 121

DANA SONNENSCHEIN, “Man Ray’s Muse” 121

ELIZABETH KELLEY, “Letter” 127

INTERVIEW

BATYA WEINBAUM, “Interview with Diana Rivers” 128

REVIEW

ERIC SMITH, “Women Writing Pulp” 133

ANNOUNCEMENT (Memorial)

STARHAWK, “In Memory of Monica Sjoo” 152

BOOKS AND MEDIA RECEIVED 143


CONTRIBUTORS 153