In this March issue of Alluvium, our articles draw together a variety of scholars at varying stages of their academic careers. Breaking down elements of contemporary cinema and literature, this issue addresses topics of feminism, colonialism and metafiction, terrorism, and implicit rape across a selection of texts and cinema. This month’s collection of articles is a celebration of the contemporary, and an insight into the future of literature and media studies.
As I inform my students exhaustedly year on year, cultural criticism is concerned with asking crucial questions about the world…View More On Literary Darwinism
Outside of academic postmodernism, around the edges of genre fiction, and beyond the purview of the mainstream literary novel…View More Alternative Fictioneers
Welcome to the launch issue of Alluvium, a new online journal of literary criticism that is dedicated to 21st-century writing as well as 21st-century approaches…View More Editors’ Introduction: Issue 1.1