An interdisciplinary feminist journal dedicated to science fiction, fantasy, magical realism, surrealism, myth, folklore, and other supernatural genres.
Femspec Vol 4, Issue 1, 2002
GINA WISKER. "Editor's Remarks"
SUZY MCKEE CHARNAS. "Evil Thoughts"
LOUISE SHAW. "The Which Bitch? Project"
DOREEN RUSSELL. "Spell"
SABINE MEYER. "Passing Perverts, After All: Vampirism, (In)Visibility, and the Horrors of the Normative in Jewelle Gomez’s The Gilda Stories"
FRANCES TOMASZYK. "Lunatics with Lethal Combat Skills: Dark Doubles, Bacchae, and Soulless Women in Xena: Warrior Princess"
SARA MARTIN ALEGRE. "The Other in Me: Nancy Collins's Vampire Heroine, Sonja Blue"
LORNA JOWETT. "Mute and Beautiful: The Representation of the Female in Anne Rice's Interview with the Vampire"
ANITA BIRESSI. "True Crime, Medicine, and Corporeal Horror"
KATHLEEN KENDALL. "Who Are You Afraid Of?: Young Women as Consumers and Producers of Horror Films"
ALINE FERREIRA. "Artificial Wombs and Archaic Tombs: Angela Carter's The Passion of Eve and the Alien Tetralogy"
GINA WISKER. "Honey, I'm Home!: Splintering the Fabrication in Domestic Horror"
ANDREA GREENBAUM. "Bio-Technology as Kabbalah: Reconfiguring the Golem Myth in Alien: Resurrection and Species"