Molina-Gavilán, Yolanda

About the author: Yolanda Molina-Gavilán was born and raised in Madrid, Spain. She holds a PhD in Spanish Literature from Arizona State University. She is currently co-editing a critical anthology of science fiction stories from Latin American and Spain. She teaches at Eckerd College in St. Petersburg, Florida.

Ciencia FiccÍon En EspaÑol Una Mitología Moderna Ante El Cambio
2002 0-7734-7270-3
This study examines science fiction written originally in Spanish. It reviews the general state of the genre in the Hispanic world and then concentrates on analyzing key novels and short stories from Argentina, Cuba, Mexico and Spain. Authors examined include Carlos Saiz Cidoncha, Ángel Torres Quesada, Rafael Marín Trechera, Tomás Salvador, Magdalena Mouján Otaño, Angélica Gorodischer, Alejandro Vignatti, Daína Chaviano, Miguel Mihura, Alberto Vanasco, Eduardo Goligorsky, Domingo Santos, Rosa Montero, Elia Barceló, Gabriel Bermúdez Castillo, Pablo Capanna, Carlos María Carón. In Spanish.