Top 10 Blog Posts for April 2013

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The following were the most popular posts on my blog for the month of April.  The repeats have me a tad baffled, as at least two of these posts are in the top 10 list of my most popular posts of all time.  Weirdness.

Here’s the list:

10.  “Academic Spotlight:  Disability in Science Fiction:  Representations of Technology as Cure edited by Kathryn Allan
9.  “Retro Nostalgia:  Gattaca (1997) and Framing the Multivalent Ethical Dilemma
8.  “Movie Review:  Oblivion (2013)
7.  “Death Star Economics and Ethics? (Or, What Would You Do With a Death Star?)
6.  “Retro Nostalgia:  Metropolis (1927) and the Torment of Humanity’s Dreams
5.  “Book Suggestions for ‘American’ Lit Syllabus (a terrible title…)
4.  “Literary Explorations:  Gender Normativity, Genre Fiction, and Other Such Nonsense
3.  “Top 10 Cats in Science Fiction and Fantasy
2.  “Top 10 Overused Fantasy Cliches
1.  “To the Hugo Defenders:  Check Your Financial Privilege at the Door


About the Author:

Shaun Duke is an aspiring writer, a reviewer, and an academic. He is currently a graduate student at the University of Florida studying science fiction, postcolonialism, posthumanism, and fantasy.

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