I recently received the following message from The Journal of Science Fiction:
The Journal of Science Fiction currently seeks reviewers for books we receive from publishers. We are looking for reviewers to write objective, academic book reviews rather than the more casual book reviews commonly found on Goodreads, Amazon, and other venues. If you would like to submit a book review, please consult the book reviews we published in Volume 1, Issue 3 of our journal (http://publish.lib.umd.edu/scifi/article/view/361) or these sites to better understand what we’re looking for:We currently have the following titles available for review:
- The Berlin Project (by Gregory Benford).
- Codex Orféo: A Novel (by Michael Charles Tobias).
- Europa’s Lost Expedition: A Scientific Novel (by Michael Carroll).
- The Hunt for FOXP5: A Genomic Mystery Novel (by Wallace Kaufman and David Deamer).
- Murder on the Einstein Express and Other Stories (by Harun Siljak).
- Science Fiction and Futurism: Their Terms and Ideas (by Ace Pilkington).
- Science Fiction by Scientists: An Anthology of Short Stories (ed. by Michael Brotherton).
- Speculative Blackness: The Future of Race in Science Fiction (by André M. Carrington).
- Using Medicine in Science Fiction: The SF Writer’s Guide to Human Biology (by H.G. Stratmann).To request a book for review, or if you have any questions about the book review process for the Journal of Science Fiction, please contact Monica Louzon (Managing Editor) at email@example.com.