Cooper's Parachute," a fictional work inspired by the case of the unidentified man who high-jacked a plane in Oregon air space; Register-Guard columnist Dorcas Smucker will present her newest collection of columns, "Tea and Trouble Brewing"; Arwen Spicer will present her speculative fiction work "The Hour before Morning"; and Tina Boscha will present her historical novel "River in the Sea," inspired by true-life events experienced by her mother during the Nazi occupation of the Netherlands.
What does SF stand for?
SF stands for Speculative Fiction
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We have 147 other meanings of SF in our Acronym Attic
- Space Filler (philately)
- Spanish Fork
- Sparks Flew (band)
- Spayed Female
- Special Facility
- Special Forces
- Special Form
- Special Freighter (aircraft type)
- Specialförbund (Sweden)
- Specialty Foods
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The second section focuses on the 1960s, when she developed writer's block and worked on anthologies and reviews and moved the genre into experimental writing and speculative fiction.
Beyond Binary: Genderqueer and Sexually Fluid Speculative Fiction" is a collection of short fiction from an assortment of writers who touch on the topics of sexuality and those that aren't entirely clear using the complex potential of speculative fiction, pondering the future of a world where the world as we know it will change forever.
THE SPECULATIVE FICTION The Handmaid's Tale (1985) * ARTHUR C.
A generation of non-genre writers has recently produced serious works that are not only arguably science fiction, but also demonstrate a close familiarity with speculative fiction and its conventions.
com Fans of speculative fiction will relish this new collection of Canadian winners, blending famous writers with those not so well known and providing a range of speculative fiction plots and tales.
Daughters of Earth" is a gift to the readers of the twenty-first century, in hopes that they remember upon whose literary shoulders they are standing in the fields of science fiction, speculative fiction, and fantasy.