Dr. Paul March-Russell

is particularly interested in questions of gender and genre in relation to civic and regional politics.  In Women’s Tales, he working on Nicola Barker, Emma Donoghue, Zoe Lambert and Lucy Wood.

March-Russell is Lecturer in Liberal Arts and Comparative Literature at the School of European Culture and Languages of University of Kent, United Kingdom. He is also the editor of Foundation: The International Review of Science Fiction, series editor of SF Storyworlds, editorial advisor to the Journal of the Short Story in English and Short Fiction in Theory and Practice, and a founding member of the European Research Network in Short Fiction and the May Sinclair Society.

Research interests: Contemporary British fiction; short story; critical theory; comparative literature.

Recent Publications

2016. “Writing and Publishing the Short Story,” in Anne-Marie Einhaus, ed. The Cambridge Companion to the English Short Story. Cambridge UP, 2016.

2015. “Signatures of the Invisible: Reading between The City & the City and Christopher Priest’s The Glamour,” in Caroline Edwards and Tony Venezia, eds. China Miéville: Critical Essays. Gylphi, 2015.

2015. “Victorian Literature and Modernism,” in Dino Felluga et al, eds. The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Victorian Literature. Wiley-Blackwell, 2015.

2015. “‘Into the interstices of time’: Speed and Perception in the Scientific Romance,” in Adrienne E. Gavin and Andrew F. Humphries, eds. Transport in British Fiction: 1840-1940. Palgrave, 2015.

2015. Modernism and Science Fiction. Palgrave Macmillan, 2015.

2015. “‘I am not that’: Liminality in the Short Fiction of Joanna Russ” in Jochen Achilles and Ina Bergmann, eds., Liminality and the Short Story: Boundary Crossings in British, American and Canadian Writing. Routledge, 2015, 225–237.

2013. “The Jilted Generation? The New Puritans a Decade On” in José Francisco-Fernández, ed., The New Puritan Generation: Essays on British Fiction at the Turn of the 21st Century. Gylphi, 2013.

2013. “‘And did those feet?’ Mapmaking London and the Postcolonial Limits of Psychogeography” in Maggie Awadalla and Paul March-Russell, eds., The Postcolonial Short Story: Contemporary Essays. Palgrave Macmillan, 2013, 79–95.

2012. “The Writing Machine: J.G. Ballard in Modern and Postmodern Short Story Theory” in Jorge Sacido, ed., Modernism, Postmodernism and the Short Story in English. Rodopi, 2012.

2012. “The Neo-Romantic Wyndham Lewis” in Carmen Casaliggi and Paul March-Russell, eds., Legacies of Romanticism: Literature, Aesthetics, Culture. Routledge, 2012.

2012. “Baby Tuckoo among the Grown-Ups: Modernism and Childhood in the Interwar Period” in Adrienne Gavin, ed., The Child in British Literature. Palgrave Macmillan, 2012.

2009. The Short Story: An Introduction. Edinburgh University Press, 2009.