Robin Bright (Robin Usher) is a science fiction critic, who wrote 'Jungian Archetypes in the work of Robert A. Heinlein' as his PhD thesis at Hull University in 1992, and which appeared as Self-Begetting, Self-Devouring: Jungian Archetypes in the Fiction of Robert A. Heinlein, Milford Series, Popular Writers Of Today # 70, Borgo Press, San Barnardino, California, USA, 1997, before being rewritten as Self Begetting Ouroboros: The Science Fiction of Robert A. Heinlein', Lambert Academic Publishing, December 2018. His articles include, 'Robert A. Heinlein: Theologist?' in the British Journal Of Science Fiction: Foundation, 1992, (54), pp. 70-86, `Male And Female He Created Them Both: Beyond The Archetypes`, in the British Journal Of Science Fiction: Foundation, 2011, (112), pp. 27-39, `The Reservoir Dogs and Sad Dam Who`s Sane: An Essay From A Constructionalist Point Of View`, 1KM1KT, One Thousand Monkeys, One Thousand Typewriters, Friday, September 30, 2011, http://www.1km1kt.net/articles/the-reservoir-dogs-and-sad-dam-whos-sane`, Help! I Can`t Breed!` in John Thiel (ed.) Surprising Stories, Oort Cloud Publications, VacHume Press, September 2013, # 33, http://surprisingstories.dcwi.com/breed.htm , `Dropping In With Starship Troopers: An Outing For Robert A. Heinlein`, January 2014, # 34, http://surprisingstories.thiels.us/SSV34/droppingin.htm , May 2014, # 36, `SF Music and Heinlein: Hot Gossip featuring Sarah Brightman`s Starship Trooper and Britney Spears` Oops! ... I Did It Again`, http://surprisingstories.thiels.us/SSV35/hotgossip.html,`Attacob!`, http://surprisingstories.thiels.us/SSV35/Attacob.htm , September 2014, #36 , `20th Century Foxhole`, http://surprisingstories.thiels.us/SSV37/Twentieth.htm , January 2015, #37,`Ra Boats, Row Boats and Robots, Part One`, http://surprisingstories.thiels.us/SSV37/RaBoats.htm . May 2015, #38,`Ra Boats, Row Boats and Robots, Part Two`, http://surprisingstories.thiels.us/SSV38/RaBoat2.htm , `Invasion Of The Body Snatchers`, http://surprisingstories.thiels.us/SSV39/Snatches.htm, September 2015, #39, `My Kindergartner Has Crayons` in Write The Forum, http://www.sfwa.org/ , The Official Membership Newsletter of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America (SFWA), Fall, 2013, # 226, p.14, `Science Is An Academic Discipline` in Write The Forum, Fall, 2014, # 230, p.12, `I Will Fear No Evil` in Sadler, Thomas D. (ed.) The Reluctant Famulus, September/October 2014, # 101, p. 25-29, http://efanzines.com/Reluctant/ReluctantFamulus-101.pdf ,`The Guts Of Starship Troopers` in The Reluctant Famulus, November/December 2015, # 108, p.27-32, http://efanzines.com/Reluctant/ReluctantFamulus-108.pdf , `7 of 9` in Page, Jerry and Shelby Vick (eds.), Planetary Stories # 35, March, 2015, http://www.planetarystories.com/7of9.html ,
`Elephant War` in Charles Rector (ed.) Fornax, February 2016, # 8, pp. 11-19, http://efanzines.com/Fornax/Fornax-08.pdf , `Robert A. Heinlein`s Starship Troopers And Spider Parachutes` in Fornax, May 2016, # 9, pp. 2-10, http://efanzines.com/Fornax/Fornax-09.pdf , `When A WASP Lays Its Eggs In A Spider` in Fornax, July, 2016, # 10, pp. 3-7, http://efanzines.com/Fornax/Fornax-10.pdf, `Heinlein`s Pedophiles` in Fornax # 11, August, 2016, pp. 2-10, http://efanzines.com/Fornax/Fornax-11.pdf, `You Will Cease To Exist If You Don`t Accept Woman`s Seed` in Fornax # 12, The WOW! Signal Issue, pp. 4-9, http://www.efanzines.com/Fornax/Fornax-12.pdf`, `Sarah Michelle Gellar and Buffy the Vampire Slayer’s Stake in Woman` in Fornax Unlucky 13: The Halloween Issue, Friday 14th, 2016,
http://www.efanzines.com/Fornax/Fornax-13.pdf, `Smile Like Evil Robots` in Fornax # 14, January 2017, http://www.efanzines.com/Fornax/Fornax-14.pdf , `Hercules` Harley` in Fornax # 15, February, 2017, http://www.efanzines.com/Fornax/Fornax-15.pdf , `The Dolls House Lacked A National Vocational Qualification`, and `Black Holes` in Fornax # 16, http://www.efanzines.com/Fornax/Fornax-16.pdf , `Eating Its Foot And Standing On Its Food` in Fornax # 17, April 2017, http://www.efanzines.com/Fornax/Fornax-17.pdf , `Parasitoid Criticism` in Fornax # 18, May, 2017, http://www.efanzines.com/Fornax/Fornax-18.pdf , `Eyes See Bug Eyed Monsters (ICBMS)` in Fornax # 19, June, 2017, http://www.efanzines.com/Fornax/Fornax-19.pdf , `Puzzle The Mule` in Fornax 20th, September, 2017, http://www.efanzines.com/Fornax/Fornax-20.pdf, `Traditional British and American Horror of Horrors` and `Death Race 2000` in Fornax Halloween 2017: The Unnumbered Horror, October 2017, http://efanzines.com/Fornax/FornaxHalloween2017.pdf, `Hercules the Terminator` in Fornax # 21, March, 2018, http://www.efanzines.com/Fornax/Fornax-21.pdf , `The Perfume Affair`, `The Bright Observation`, `Humanly Erect`, and `Speeder Man` in Fornax # 22, May, 2018, http://www.efanzines.com/Fornax/Fornax-22.pdf , 'The Starship Allah', Fornax # 23, July, 2018, http://efanzines.com/Fornax/Fornax-23.pdf , 'King Kong And Babylon' in Fornax Halloween 2018 Issue: The Unnumbered Horror, http://efanzines.com/Fornax/FornaxHalloween2018.pdf , `The Old Oil Lamp War` in Lisa and Joseph Major (eds.) Alexiad, Vol. 15, # 3 (87), June 2016, p. 4-6, http://www.efanzines.com/Alexiad/Alexiad087P.pdf , `PG 13` in Page, Jerry and Shelby Vick (eds.), Planetary Stories # 37, October, 2016,http://www.planetarystories.com/PG13.html , `Fascistoid` in John Purcell (ed.) Askance, Vol, 9, # 3 (38), October 2016, pp. 12-16, http://www.efanzines.com/Prior/index.htm , `Human Species Eaten By Alien Thinking Donald Trump Is A Good Looking Woman` in John Purcell (ed.) Askance, Vol. 10, # 2 (41), July 2017, pp. 19-24, http://efanzines.com/Prior/Askance41.pdf, 'A Nape, Beheaded' in John Purcell (ed.) Askance, October 2017, Vol. 10, # 3 (42), pp. 12-18, http://www.efanzines.com/Prior/Askance42.pdf , 'The Purge: Coprophile Criticism' (pp 1-4) and 'C'mon You Apes' (pp. 4-6) in New Lamps for Old! #1, The Official Organ of the e-APA # 175, November 2018, http://efanzines.com/eapa/index.htm , 'People Are Food' (pp 1-5), and 'The Thin King, The Prince of Darkness, and The Glass Slipper for Cinders' Foot' (pp 5-7) in New Lamps for Old! #2, The Official Organ of the e-APA # 176, December 2018, 'New Lamps For Old' (pp 1-14) in New Lamps For Old! #3, The Official Organ of the e-APA # 177, January 2019. Starfleet Eastern,'The thirteenth Star Trek movie was released in 2016, Star Trek Beyond, which continued a series of film releases based on the Star Trek (1966-69) television series with a cast that supplied most of the crew of the starship Enterprise in the first movie of the franchise, Star Trek: The Motion Picture (1979), also starring new crew member, shaven headed Persis Khambatta, 1965's Miss India, as Lieutenant Ilia. From what transpires in the plot of the movie, the feminine name, `Ilia`, probably derives from the Greek poet Homer`s Ilium, that is, the city of Troy, as depicted in his poetic narrative of the siege of the Trojan city by the Greeks in his Iliad (760-10 B.C.), so Lieutenant Ilia represents the threat to civilization, culture and art posed by the alien, which is usually extrapolated in science fiction as invading Earth from the planets amongst the stars above. However, as the siege of Troy illustrates, the huge hollow wooden horse that the Greeks leave outside Troy, and that is taken in by the Trojans to where the Greeks emerge to capture the city and enslave the host wombs of the women for homosexuality in pederasty, is the Greek `model` for the spread of war.' JustFiction! Edition, January 25, 2019, pp. 264. Starfleet Eastern II, 'The immortal machine robot Data, from Star Trek: The Next Generation, is the dream of the human who needs to be cared for as much as humans need the technology of rejuvenation and medical science to prolong life in longevity, but the spirit must be harnessed if such high objectives are to be realized, `I am superior, sir, in many ways. But I would gladly give it up to be human.' Data is a better human because he`s a better machine or robot, but the male oriented fiction demands that Jesus` teachings be understood as human sacrifice, and so Data asks to die, because Star Trek writers represent the false perspective that the physical body isn`t heaven bound; despite hundreds of TOS scenes featuring the transporter of the starship Enterprise teleporting humans from planets to take them through galaxies to other planets, `Mister Spock, the Captain, Lieutenant Uhura, and Chekov. they vanished. They got onto the transporter platform and they just vanished.' Just Fiction! Edition, January 30, 2019, pp 252.