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Using the concepts of Eutopia and Dystopia to describe the extremes of utopias, Brian Attebery's article "Women Alone, Men Alone: Single-Sex Utopias" examines the revivification of utopian fiction since the 1950s. By coining the term masculinist as a linguistic parallel to feminist, Attebery provides useful terms for discussion of utopia and gender in new ways. Critical and creative works by Thomas More, Russ, Gilman, Marge Piercy, Edmund Cooper, Katherine Burdekin, Louise McMaster Bujold, Robin Roberts, Suzy McKee Charnas, Robert A. Heinlein, Nicola Griffiths, David Brin, Sheri, S. Tepper, Eleanor Arnason, Edgar Pangborn, Marion Zimmer Bradley, Theodore Sturgeon, John Jay Wells (a.k.a. Juanita Coulson), Philip Wylie, Samuel Delany, Geoff Ryman, John Varley, and Lucy Sussex are discussed.

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