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 2 (2018): Horror and the Fantastic

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Table of Contents

Monograph

David Roas
9-13
Bernat Castany Prado
15-35
Raúl Molina Gil
37-55
Cecilia Eudave Robles
57-73
Marilyn Bueno
75-83
Stefano Llinas
85-102
Ana Isabel Ávila Mateos
103-122
Frak Torres Vergel
123-143
Lucia Leandro-Hernández
145-164
Marta Simo-Comas
165-185
Miguel Carrera Garrido
187-206
Xaquín Núñez Sabarís
207-228
Francisco Javier de León Ramírez
229-247
Valentina Sturli
249-262
Rodrigo Ignacio González Dinamarca
263-281
Julio Ángel Olivares Merino
283-305
Nicola Pasqualicchio
307-317

Miscellaneous

Alessandra Massoni Campillo
321-344
Karen Alejandra Calvo Díaz
345-366
Alejandro Lillo Barceló
367-389
Mariano Martín Rodríguez
PDF
391-410

Reviews

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Teresa López-Pellisa (ed.), Historia de la ciencia ficción en la cultura española, Iberoamericana-Vervuert, Frankfurt/Madrid, 2018.
Angel del Rio
413-420
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Filipe Furtado, O Fantástico: Procedimentos de Construção Narrativa em H.P. Lovecraft, Dialogarts Publicações, Rio de Janeiro, 2017.
Enéias Tavares
421-427
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Elton Honores, La racionalidad deshumanizante. El teatro político y la ciencia ficción (1886-1989), Polisemia e Instituto Raúl Porras Barrenechea, Lima, 2017.
Camilo Rubén Fernández Cozman
429-432
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Sandra Casanova-Vizcaíno e Inés Ordiz (comps.), Latin American Gothic in Literature and Culture, Routledge, Nueva York, 2018.
Sandra Gasparini
433-436