‘The Problems of Space Flying’ brings out a lot of obvious points apparently overlooked by space fiction writers. However, such detail properly belongs in an article, not in fiction.
I wish you would go light on the space-fiction and scientific stuff. A little for those who like it, yes. But not too much. Keep WT weird.
In Vienna I make my reputation on musicals. So I come to Hollywood. So what do they give me? An epic. About the future, yet. The story they get from a magazine called Atomic Space Fiction. I can’t even understand it. It opens in a laboratory. How do I know if the laboratory Soumazowsky, my technical adviser, builds is authentic?
We like good space fiction, and we intend to bring you the best of it… The space-opera of flashing rayguns and invincible heroes has long since been overdone.
Star Trek is the latest in an increasing number of space fiction films which…tend to find individuality.
Eric Brown…[has] found a scientifically respectable way to combine zombie fiction and space fiction, to the one-shot betterment of both genres.
A letter to Science Wonder Stories
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In the compilation of some entries, HDSF has drawn extensively on corresponding entries in OED.