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This issue contains 29 articles in total

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  1. The Knock at the Door: Utopian Dreams for Post-Covid Times
  2. The Solarpunk Conference by From Imagination to Action (review)
  3. ECHIC—The European Consortium for Humanities Institutes and Centres 2023 Annual Conference
  4. WisCon 46 (review)
  5. (P)rescription Narratives: Feminist Medical Fiction and the Failure of American Censorship. by Stephanie Peebles Tavera (review)
  6. Disaster Anarchy: Mutual Aid and Radical Action by Rhiannon Firth (review)
  7. The Future of the Book: Images of Reading in the American Utopian Novel by Kevin J. Hayes (review)
  8. Utopia and the Contemporary British Novel by Caroline Edwards (review)
  9. Found in Translation: “New People” in Twentieth-Century Chinese Science Fiction by Jing Jiang (review)
  10. Indian Science Fiction: Patterns, History and Hybridity by Suparno Banerjee (review)
  11. The Last Man by Mary Shelley (review)
  12. The Noble Impermanence of Waystations
  13. The Literary Method of Urban Design: Design Fictions Using Fiction
  14. Response 4: The Summer of Our Discontent
  15. Response 3: Transgressive Utopianism and Direct Activism
  16. Response 2: “Pessimism of the Intellect, Optimism of the Will”
  17. Response 1: Acting Up in Utopia
  18. Blind Spots and Avenues for Transformation within the Utopian Canon: Toward A Terrestrial Ecotopianism
  19. Funding Utopia: Utopian Studies and the Discourse of Academic Excellence
  20. Hispanic Utopian Studies and Activism as a Prompt
  21. Hope Draped in Black: Decolonizing Utopian Studies
  22. Two Cheers for Blueprints, or, Negative Reasons for Positive Utopianism
  23. The Past and Future of Utopian Studies
  24. Three Moderate Solutions to Income Inequality in Utopia: Hertzka, Herzl, and Wells
  25. Engineering the Welfare State: Economic Thought as Context to Boye’s Kallocain and Huxley’s Brave New World
  26. Archibald Marshall’s “Motley Mixture of Crying Contradictions”: Upsidonia as Utopian Farce
  27. The Social Prison: Ursula K. Le Guin’s The Dispossessed as Postanarchist Critical Utopia
  28. No Exit: Death Drive, Dystopia, and the Long Winter of the American Dream in Harold Ramis’s The Ice Harvest
  29. Editors’ Message
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