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making sense of wonder
Making Sense of Wonder: a Serial Glossary of SF Themes
"Science fiction is hard to define because it is the literature of change and it changes while you are trying to define it."
- Tom Shippey (The SF Book of Lists, 1982)
tZ  The Cult Of Unreason: L. Ron Hubbard and Scientology - Andrew Darlington
tZ  Cladogenesis: Extraterrestrial Colonisation by Post-Human SF Fans - David Sivier
tZ  The 4th Law Of Robotics: genre comment - by Dr Sam Vaknin 
tZ  Phantasms & Magics: Witchcraft and the Occult in SF Comics - article by David Sivier
tZ  Mutants Season: Mutants in SF and Comics - feature article by David Sivier
   Further articles of this type are available in printed issues of The ZONE:
Published in The ZONE #4
tZ  Children of the Atom Nuclear Apocalypse in Science Fiction by Andrew Darlington
Published in The ZONE #5
tZ  Our Other Selves Aliens in SF by John Light
Published in The ZONE #6
tZ  The Circle Citadels: Other Solar Systems in Science Fiction by K.V. Bailey
Published in The ZONE #9
tZ  In The Dark - Isaac Asimov's Nightfall: the Ultimate Fable of Millennial Anxiety? by Jeff Young and Tony Lee
Related pages:
tZ  The Planets Project: A Science Fictional Tour of the Solar System






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