Vol. XI / 2021





Rodolfo Piskorski - Introduction: Animal (As) Writing, Writing (As) Animal


Laurent Milesi - Zo(o)graphies: Darwinian ‘Evolutions’ of a Fictional Bestiary

Patrick Llored - The Vulnerability of Animal Life in Derrida’s Philosophy

Marta Segarra - Hélène Cixous’s Creaturely Poethics  

Naomi Waltham-Smith - Homofaunie: Non-human Tonalities of Listening in Derrida and Cixous

Marie-Dominique Garnier - I Stink, Therefore I Mink: A Manifesto


Eva Spiegelhofer - Bodily Traces: Animal Matter, Historical Books and the ‘Lifelessness’ of Writing  

Nina Seiler - Bugging: The Kaleidoscopic Literary Politics of Insects  

Anna Frieda Kuhn - An Animal Counter-Textuality? Sounding the Dog in the Global South

Jamie Johnson - Writing Animality in Yoko Tawada’s Memoirs of a Polar Bear  

Magdalena Jagodzka - Found in Narration: Nonhuman Voices in Jessica Grant’s Come, Thou Tortoise and Colin McAdam’s A Beautiful Truth

Xinyi Cao - Three Ways of Looking at a Tiger: Animal Minds in Yann Martel’s Life of Pi

Ana Carolina Torquato - Animality and Textual Experimentalism in João Guimarães Rosa’s My Uncle, the Jaguar

Review Articles

Michael Fuchs - A Review of Antoine Traisnel’s Capture: American Pursuits and the Making of the New Animal Condition  

Antonis Balasopoulos - Fictional Menageries: Writing Animals in the Early Twenty-First Century. A Review of Timothy C. Baker’s Writing Animals: Language, Suffering, and Animality in Twenty-First-Century Fiction