Jim Clarke is Senior Lecturer and Course Director of English and Journalism at Coventry University, where he teaches on Science Fiction, Fantasy Literature, Weird Fiction, and Utopian and Dystopian Fiction, as well as Journalism. He is the author of The Aesthetics of Anthony Burgess (2017) and Science Fiction and Catholicism (2019), as well as many articles on authors such as JG Ballard, Iain M. Banks, Arthur C. Clarke, and JRR Tolkien. He is the Principal Investigator on the Ponying the Slovos project, which looks at how invented languages are translated. He is currently completing a monograph on Science Fiction and Buddhism, and also researches Speculative Geographies in Fantasy Literature.
The New Weird
Mar 28, 2019