Volume 2. Issue 1. July 2018

The latest issue of Fantastika Journal is now available!

 Please note that there is a July 9th amendment to the July 7th publication due to a misprint of a contributor's name. Please re-download the issue if you have not accessed the amended version. 

 The orbs on the above cover represents genres. Can you identify them all? 

Previous Issues

Volume 1. Issue 2. December 2017

Fantastika Journal Volume 1 Issue 2

The third Fantastika conference - Global Fantastika - ​considered  a range of Global topics: productions of Fantastika globally; themes of  contact within and across nations and borders; fictional and real  empires; themes of globalization and global networks, mobilities, and  migrations; and (post)colonial texts and readings, including notions of  the ‘other.’ Some of the articles in this issue originate from the  conference, along with a range of articles and reviews which were  inspired by this Global theme.

Volume 1. Issue 1. April 2017

Fantastika Journal Volume 1 Issue 1

 This first issue explores and evaluates current research into Fantastika. As well as cataloguing and challenging established critical  stances and recent developments, we investigate approaches which embrace the self - reflexivity latent in the study of speculative and  fantastical texts. The articles and editorials in this first issue consider critical taxonomies and developmental trends of the genres of  Fantastika.

The Luminary

The Luminary

Special editions resulting from the first two Fantastika conferences have been published in The Luminary, a postgraduate journal based at Lancaster University's English and Creative Writing Department.  

Issue 7. Summer 2016

Locating Fantastika

The  second Fantastika Conference - Locating Fantastika - explored all areas  of pace, setting, and locations, either in the fictional world of  fantastika or in fantastical networks with the real world.  

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Issue 6. Summer 2015

Visualizing Fantastika

 The  first Fantastika Conference - Visualizing Fantastika - considered the  visual possibilities of the fantastic in a wide range of arts and media.

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