Welcome to The Monster Network
Hellstrand, I., Henriksen, L., Koistinen, A.-K., McCormack, D., & Orning, S. (2017). Welcome to The Monster Network. Fafnir : Nordic Journal of Science Fiction and Fantasy Research, 4 (3-4), 80-83. Retrieved from http://journal.finfar.org/articles/1149.pdf
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