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Dystopian novelists create worlds so deep in disaster that, by targeting the horrors, they nudge their readers to think about better solutions,  You wouldn't think it,
Exploring the blogosphere last week, I found a forum sponsored by Science Fiction and Fantasy World  on a whole new genre –
When we think of nature as paradise, we envision our ideal first home, the Garden of Eden, in all of its
Once I suspended my descriptions of ideal communities every couple of chapters to insert thoroughly bad goings on, I found
“Bring your evil closer in,” remarked my agent. “You are keeping it too much at a distance.” “You need to
Review of Sharman Apt Russell, Diary of a Citizen Scientist: Chasing Tiger Beetles and Other New Ways of Engaging the
As far as children are concerned, adults belong to another species entirely, possessed with this crazy idea that that children
  Do you remember games you played when you were a child? I looked forward to recess so much that
I must be the only writer in the world to finish two novels with no idea  what genre I was writing! However,
Ever since the summer when I was nine years old and my family lived on a boat moored in a
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