Hopkinson, Nalo

About Nalo Hopkinson

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Reviews

Hoffer, Christian. “Review: House of Whispers Brings New Ideas, New Deities into the Sandman Universe.” ComicBook, 12 Sep. 2018

Foxe, Steve. “Let the House of Whispers Creators Welcome You to the Party.” Paste, 11 Sep. 2018

Shaw, Heather. “Under the Daddy Tree: Family Relations in Nalo Hopkinson’s Midnight Robber.” Strange Horizons, 20 Aug. 2001

Jones, Gerald. “Science Fiction.” The New York Times, 30 Apr. 2000

 

Interviews

Narcisse, Evan. “Legendary Writer Nalo Hopkinson Talks About Entering the Sandman Universe.” Gizmodo, 30 Jul. 2018

 

Criticism

Perillo, Kate. “The Science-Fiction Caribbean: Technological Futurity in Nalo Hopkinson’s Midnight Robber and Beyond.” Small Axe, vol. 56, 2018

Morrison, M. Irene. “Info-Topia: Postcolonial Cyberspace and Artificial Intelligence in Tron: Legacy and Nalo Hopkinson’s Midnight Robber.” Journal of Postcolonial Writing, vol. 54, no. 2, 2018

Holgado, Miasol Eguíbar. “Transforming the Body, Transculturing the City: Nalo Hopkinson’s Fantastic Afropolitans.” European Journal of English Studies, vol. 21, no. 2, 2017

Moynagh, Maureen. “Speculative Pasts and Afro-Futures: Nalo Hopkinsons’s Trans-American Imaginary.” African American Review, vol. 51, no. 3, 2018

Shaw, Kirsten. “’Sticky Identities: Race, Gender, and Sexuality in Nalo Hopkinson’s The Chaos.” Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts, vol. 28, no. 3, 2018

Feracho, Lesley. Engaging Hybridity: Race, Gender, Nation and the ‘Difficult Diasporas’ of Nalo Hopkinson’s Salt Roads and Helen Oyeyemi’s The Opposite House.” South Atlantic Review, vol. 82, no. 4, 2017

Faucheux, Amandine H. “Race and Sexuality in Nalo Hopkinson’s Oeuvre; or, Queer Afrofuturism.” Science Fiction Studies, vol. 44, no. 3, 2017

Martín-Lucas, Belén. “Posthumanist Feminism and Interspecies Affect in Nalo Hopkinson’s Midnight Robber.” Atlantis, vol. 38, no. 2, 2017

McDonald, Jessica. “Beyond Generic Hybridity: Nalo Hopkinson and the Politics of Science Fiction.” Canadian Literature, no. 228 - 229, 2016

Houlden, Kat. “Writing the Impossible: Racial, Sexual and Stylistic Expansivity in Nalo Hopkinson’s The Salt Roads (2003).” Journal of Postcolonial Writing, vol. 51, no. 4, 2015

Romdhani, Rebecca. “Zombies Go to Toronto: Zombifying Shame in Nalo Hopkinson’s Brown Girl in the Ring.” Research in African Literatures, vol. 46, no. 4, 2015

Newman-Stille, Derek. “Speculating Diversity: Nalo Hopkinson’s Brown Girl in the Ring and the Use of Speculative Fiction to Disrupt Singular Interpretations of Place.” The Canadian Fantastic in Focus: New Perspectives, Weiss (ed.), 2015

Hancock, Brecken. “New Half-Way Tree and the Second World: Themes of Nation and Colonization in Nalo Hopkinson’s Midnight Robber.” The Canadian Fantastic in Focus: New Perspectives, Weiss (ed.), 2015

Sorensen, Leif. “Dubwise into the Future: Versioning Modernity in Nalo Hopkinson.” African American Review, vol. 47, no. 2 - 3, 2014

Crosby, Shelby. “Black Girlhood Interrupted: Race, Gender, and Colonization in Nalo Hopkinson’s Midnight Robber.” Contemporary Speculative Fiction, Booker (ed.), 2013

Bessette, Lee Skallerup. “’They Can Fly’: The Postcolonial Black Body in Nalo Hopkinson’s Speculative Short Fiction.” The Postcolonial Short Story: Contemporary Essays, Awadalla and March-Russell (eds.), 2013

Salvini, Laura. “A Heart of Kindness: Nalo Hopkinson’s Brown Girl in the Ring.” Journal of Haitian Studies, vol. 18, no. 2, 2012

Marinkova, Milena. “Revolutionizing Pleasure in Writing: Subversive Desire and Micropolitical Affects in Nalo Hopkinson’s The Salt Roads.” Postcolonial Literatures and Deleuze: Colonial Pasts, Differential Futures, Burns and Kaiser (eds.), 2012

Allen, Marlene D. “Tricksterism, Masquerades, and the Legacy of the African Diasporic Past in Nalo Hopkinson’s Midnight Robber.” Afterimages of Slavery: Essays on Appearances in Recent American Films, Literature, Television and other Media, Allen and Williams (eds.), 2012

Braithwaite, Alisa K. “Connecting to a Future Community: Storytelling, the Database, and Nalo Hopkinson’s Midnight Robber.” The Black Imagination: Science Fiction, Futurism and the Speculative, Jackson and Moody-Freeman (eds.), 2011

Robinson, Natalie. “Exploding the Glass Bottles: Constructing the Postcolonial ‘Bluebeard’ Tale in Nalo Hopkinson’s ‘The Glass Bottle Trick’.” Anti-Tales: The Uses of Disenchantment, McAra and Calvin (eds.), 2011

Ramsdell, Catherine. “Nalo Hopkinson and the Reinvention of Science Fiction.” Beyond the Canebrakes: Caribbean Women Writers in Canada, Williams (ed.), 2008

Ramraj, Ruby S. “Nalo Hopkinson: Transcending Genre Boundaries.” Beyond the Canebrakes: Caribbean Women Writers in Canada, Williams (ed.), 2008

Wisker, Gina. “Moving Beyond Waste to Celebration: The Postcolonial/Postfeminist Gothic of Nalo Hopkinson’s ‘A Habit of Waste’.” Postfeminist Gothic: Critical Interventions in Contemporary Culture, Brabon and Genz (eds.), 2007

Dillon, Grace L. “Indigenous Scientific Literacies in Nalo Hopkinson’s Ceremonial Worlds.” Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts, vol. 18, no. 1, 2007

Bacchilega, Christina. “Reflections on Recent English-Language Fairy-Tale Fiction by Women: Extrapolating from Nalo Hopkinson’s Skin Folk.” Journal of Folktale Studies, vol. 47, no. 3-4, 2006

Montout, Marie-Annick. “The Problematic Location of the Text in Nalo Hopkinson’s ‘Riding the Red’ and ‘Red Rider’.” Commonwealth Essays and Studies, vol. 29, no. 1, 2006

Anatol, Giselle Liza. Maternal Discourses in Nalo Hopkinson’s Midnight Robber.” African American Review, vol. 40, no. 1, 2006

 

Works

Novels

Sister Mine (2013)

The Chaos (2012)

The New Moon’s Arms (2007)

The Salt Roads (2003)

Midnight Robber (2000)

Brown Girl in the Ring (1998)

 

Short Story Collections

Falling in Love with Hominids (2015)

Skin Folk (2001)

 

Comics

Hopkinson, Nalo, Neil Gaiman, Dominike ‘DOMO’ Stanton, and John Rauch. House of Whispers - The Sandman Universe, 2018

 

Essays/Articles/Non-Fiction/Short Stories

Report From Planet Midnight (2012)

As editor: So Long Been Dreaming: Postcolonial Science Fiction and Fantasy (2004)

As editor: Mojo: Conjure Stories (2003)

As editor: Whispers from the Cotton Tree Root: Caribbean Fabulist Fiction (2000)

 "Glass Bottle Trick." Whispers from the Cotton Tree Root: Caribbean Fabulist Fiction, N. Hopkinson (ed.), 2000

 

Audio and Audiovisual Material

With Marlon James. “Take Two: Nalo Hopkinson and Marlon James.” YouTube, uploaded by NGC Bocas Lit Fest, 14 Oct. 2019

Nalo Hopkinson on Sci-fi: Why it’s Radical for Black People to Imagine the Future.” YouTube, uploaded by CBC Arts, 8 Feb. 2018

“Nalo Hopkinson: 2012 National Book Festival.” YouTube, uploaded by Library of Congress, 9 May 2013

“Nalo Hopkinson on having to talk about race.” YouTube, uploaded by TVO Docs, 19 Jun. 2009

“Nalo Hopkinson on remembering the Passage.” YouTube, uploaded by TVO Docs, 24 Apr. 2009

“Nalo Hopkinson on not being white and Western.” YouTube, uploaded by TVO Docs, 24 Apr. 2009