Science Fiction Genre
In the genesis of this section of SFM we have entered into
what one could term--the mulling it over phase.
This means we are trying to wrap our heads around the subject matter
enough to create a sensible structure.
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or would like to add your two cents, use our
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After we catch our breath we shall be back to fill in these pages.
The history of science fiction is an emmense area of study.
Contrary to some popular belief, science fiction was around long before
Star Trek. Lindsay, Merritt, Burroughs, Wells, and legions of other
writers worked the genre long before Star Trek.
This folder of the ScienceFictionMuseum.com will grow and mutate
in response to editorial contributions. If you would like to join
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in--the water's fine.
Science fiction, scifi, and sf--depending upon how you like to call
it--has been around for quite sometime and has contributed an amazing
array of excellent fiction into the common pool of cultural heritage.
At various times folks have been more, and less, picky about what does
and what does not constitute science fiction. Because so many of the
early writers worked every side of the fantasy, sf, fiction street
we shall take a more inclusive approach to what is science fiction.