Posts Tagged: Science Fiction

On confusing messes versus neat little boxes

I remember, when I was doing my undergrad in creative writing, doing a class on fantasy/science fiction/speculative fiction. It’s not something that is talked about much at university – most literature courses don’t really delve into genre fiction. However, in

On confusing messes versus neat little boxes

I remember, when I was doing my undergrad in creative writing, doing a class on fantasy/science fiction/speculative fiction. It’s not something that is talked about much at university – most literature courses don’t really delve into genre fiction. However, in

On old books becoming trendy again

So it’s taken me a while, but I should tell you about reading ‘Ender’s Game’ by Orson Scott Card. I read it in the week before I left for my amazing European adventure, and have left it a bit late

On old books becoming trendy again

So it’s taken me a while, but I should tell you about reading ‘Ender’s Game’ by Orson Scott Card. I read it in the week before I left for my amazing European adventure, and have left it a bit late

Arthur C. Clarke on reading becoming reality

“I’m sure we would not have had men on the Moon if it had not been for Wells and Verne and the people who write about this and made people think about it. I’m rather proud of the fact that

Arthur C. Clarke on reading becoming reality

“I’m sure we would not have had men on the Moon if it had not been for Wells and Verne and the people who write about this and made people think about it. I’m rather proud of the fact that