Tag: science fiction

Space Opera Examples Part 2

2. Perry Rhodan This is seen as the best-known science fiction series of all time, accounting for more than 2 billion (not a typo) copies sold since its premiere in the 1960s, first creating a buzz in Germany, then being translated worldwide, but not ultimately succeeding in America in English. It was originally published in […]

Science Fiction vs Science Fantasy

There’s a difference between these two genres, and it’s a difference that I learn more every day. I called myself a science fiction writer, but I’m really the latter.   They share a similarity, in that their original genesis is a basis in scientific concepts — but that’s where they diverge. Good stories are the […]

Worlds of Wonder

David Gerrold is a legendary author of Science Fiction. He created the Kzinti and the Cthor races. The Kzinti were used in the Star Trek animated series. His contribution to Trek is significant: he wrote the Trouble With Tribbles episode that has achieved cult status with fans of the franchise and even spawned a return on […]

This is a difficult choice:

http://ricktheraven.wordpress.com/category/white-zombie/ This anthology is looking for more stories (and the blog uses a similar theme too). I’d try my luck with it, because the only way to improve your writing voice is to use it. The problem: I don’t write horror at all, including zombie fiction. I don’t have the stomach for it. This isn’t […]

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