The Journal of the Imaginary and Fantastic is a free full-text 'overlay' ejournal, making a creative intervention into academic publishing in the arts & humanities.
Think of it as a cross between a remix album, and 'fantasy football' for academics.
All copyrights remain with the originators of linked works. Citations should reference the linked sources.
ARCHIVE OF BACK-ISSUES :
Vol.1 No.1 (2009). 'The Werewolf'.
The first issue, on the theme of the werewolf in visual culture. Full-text.
Vol.1. No.2 (2009). 'Miyazaki'.
The second issue, on the theme of the animated films of Hayao Miyazaki. Full-text.
Vol.1. No.3 (2009). 'Cloud Studies'.
The third issue, on the art, culture and history of looking at the clouds. Full-text.
Vol.1 No.4 (2009) 'Maps'
The fourth issue on maps, mapping, and the imagination. Full-text.
Vol.1. No.5 (2009). 'Mirror...'
The fifth issue, on mirrors and screens. Full-text.
Vol.1 No.6 (2009) 'Talking Animals'
The sixth issue on talking animals, and humanimals. Full-text.
Vol.2. No.1 (2010). 'Machinima'.
The seventh issue, on machinima's first decade. Full-text.
Vol.2 No.2 (2010). 'History of Lovecraftian studies and fandom'
The eighth issue. Full-text.
Vol.2 No.3 (2010). 'H.G. Wells's The Time Machine'.
The ninth issue. Full-text.
Vol.2. No.4 (2011). 'Deep Maps'.
The tenth issue, on Least-Heat Moon's ideas on 'Deep Maps'. Full-text.
Vol.2. No.5 (2012). 'Cloud Atlas'.
The eleventh issue, on the novel and movie of Cloud Atlas. Full-text.
Vol.2. No.6 (2014). 'The Necronomicon'.
The twelfth issue, on H.P. Lovecraft's The Necronomicon. Full-text.