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Part 2 of my journey outlining the various definitions of science fiction.
The first chapter of Science Fiction: A Literary History discusses the multi-faceted definition of the genre and what it means.
Last week I dove into Ray Bradbury’s thoughts on the art of writing science fiction. This week, I take a look at the thoughts of Ursula K. Le Guin.
In The Paris Review, sci-fi author Ray Bradbury discusses the art of writing science fiction.
Science Fiction 101 is an anthology of hand-picked classic science fiction from the Golden Age of the genre.
The Golden Age of magazine science fiction offered us some great stories, but also some very confusing ones, which got me thinking about our different styles of writing.
The novella "No Woman Born" shows us that a science fiction story can have an incredibly low amount of action while still being incredibly compelling.
Robert Silverberg's Science Fiction 101 offers some interesting ideas about science fiction that are worth discussing.