scientifictionally adv.

in a scientifictional manner; towards scientifictional subjects or interests

Now hist.

SF Criticism

  • 1933 C. Hornig Editorial in Fantasy Fan (#2) Oct. 1/1 page image bibliography

    In the SCIENCE FICTION DIGEST we have a fan magazine for those scientifictionally inclined, which also presents gems of this type story by Arthur J. Burks, Ray Palmer, and others.

  • 1939 C. Hornig Fantasy Fan in Science Fiction Oct. 116/1

    Back in the dim days of the remote past, scientifictionally speaking, Schwartz was the co-founder and co-editor of the very first fan publications in the fantasy fieldโ€”โ€˜The Planeteer,โ€™ โ€˜The Time Traveller,โ€™ โ€˜Science Fiction Digest,โ€™ and โ€˜Fantasy.โ€™

  • 1947 Thrilling Wonder Stories Feb. 111/1

    And thanks again for the increase in the number of letters. Letโ€™s have more and more and more and on every scientifictionally controversial subject you ladies and gentlemen think of.

  • 1963 S. Moskowitz Fritz Leiber in Amazing Stories Dec. 88/2 page image Sam Moskowitz bibliography

    It was done in the broad, blatant tones of a Robert Block broadside, intending to scientifictionally spoof writers, agents, publishers, and their associates.

Research requirements

antedating 1933

Earliest cite

Science Fiction Digest

Research History
Fred Galvin submitted a 1947 cite from Thrilling Wonder Stories.
Fred Galvin submitted a 1943 cite from a letter in Astonishing Stories.
Ben Ostrowsky submitted a 1933 cite from Science Fiction Digest.

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