Monday, April 30, 2007

Mythologizing the Past

A lot of otherwise very intelligent people often forget that the origins of science fiction as a genre are in the mucky pulp swamp of Hugo Gernsback's fiction for engineers. SF was never primarily a genre of the startling and new; it was always adventure stories with Kewl Science Stuff in it.

We forget our past at our own peril.

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