Utopia: the good place which is no place. This book is a study of and exercise in contemporary feminist utopian thought. Discussion is presented and undertaken in three distinct but related parts. The first is concerned broadly with defining utopianism. The second explores new ways of contextualizing and understanding utopianism. The third is thematically based, and tests and expands the thesis advanced in the second from within the context of feminist utopian fiction and theory.