Brumal. Revista de investigación sobre lo Fantástico

“At noon it is already night in Brumal”. With these unsettling words, which close the short story, Spanish author Cristina Fernández Cubas synthesises the fantastic dimension of the mysterious place in which “Los altillos de Brumal” (“The Attics of Brumal”) is set: a space of blurry limits and dimensions, a liminal territory (it is not a coincidence that, combining its letters, the world “threshold”, umbral in Spanish, is formed) that does not appear in maps and yet is part of our world. Brumal is a domain that subverts our codes of reality.

Vol 6, No 1 (2018): The Humor and the Fantastic

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Table of Contents

Monograph

Anna Boccuti
9-18
Fábio Lucas Pierini
19-39
Erwin Snauwaert
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41-61
Gustavo Alberto Quichiz Campos
63-75
Barbara Greco
77-90
Roberta Previtera
91-103
Alicia Francisco Rodó
105-124
Carlos Dámaso Martínez
125-141
Elios Mendieta Rodríguez
143-162
Mario-Paul Martínez Fabre, Fran Mateu
163-183
Carmen Vitaliana Vidaurre Arenas
185-205
Laura Fabiana Cilento
207-222

Miscellaneous

Laura Eugenia Tudoras
225-241
Sheila Moreno Griñón
243-261
Susana Reisz
263-281
Luis Miguel Robledo Vega
283-304
Stefano Llinas
305-324

Reviews

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Jesús Diamantino Valdés, Carolina Heiremans y Jaime Millas Valdés (eds.), Rutas inciertas: nuevos cuentos Chilenos de terror, misterio, y fantasía, Editorial Cuarto Propio, Santiago, 2017.
Diego Samuelle Guillén
327-328
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Audrey, Louyer, Pasajes de lo fantástico. Propuesta de teoría para un estudio de la literatura de expresión fantástica en el Perú, Maquinaciones, Lima, 2016.
Carolina Suárez Hernán
329-331
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Xavier Aldana Reyes, Spanish Gothic: National Identity, Collaboration and Cultural Adaptation, Palgrave McMillan, Manchester, 2017.
Juan Jesús Payán
333-338
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H. P. Lovecraft, Edición anotada (ed.), Leslie S. Klinger, Akal, Madrid, 2017.
Jesús Fernando Diamantino Valdés
339-341