• As scientific knowledge of Venus advanced, so science fiction authors endeavored to keep pace, particularly by conjecturing human attempts to terraform Venus.
  • Wikipedia: Venus
  • At the same time that the first issue of New Worlds appeared, a separate British magazine called Fantasy was launched by Walter Gillings, a science fiction fan and a reporter by profession.
  • Wikipedia: Science Fantasy (magazine)
  • Bannon's books, like most pulp fiction novels, were not reviewed by newspapers or magazines when they were originally published between 1957 and 1962.
  • Wikipedia: Ann Bannon
  • Browne did not fully take control of the magazine until the end of the year, when Hamling and Palmer both left Ziff-Davis; the quality of the fiction promptly improved at that point, and the first year or two of Browne's tenure are regarded as the high point of Fantastic Adventures' run.
  • Wikipedia: Fantastic Adventures
  • Campbell was a London science fiction fan; he had been brought on by Hulton Press (publisher of the very successful comic the Eagle) to create a science fiction magazine, but the project had been abandoned before seeing print.
  • Wikipedia: Authentic Science Fiction
  • Clareson further proposes that Galaxy Science Fiction and The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, two of the most important and successful science fiction and fantasy magazines, were direct descendants of Unknown.
  • Wikipedia: Unknown (magazine)
  • Crane's work has proved inspirational for future writers; not only have scholars drawn similarities between Hemingway's A Farewell to Arms and The Red Badge of Courage, but Crane's fiction is thought to have been an important inspiration for Hemingway and his fellow Modernists.
  • Wikipedia: Stephen Crane
  • Despite its long history, the magazine rarely contributed much to science fiction beyond the initial creation of the genre, though Gernsback himself is commemorated in the name Hugo, which is the almost universally used term for the World Science Fiction Society's annually presented Science Fiction Achievement Awards.
  • Wikipedia: Amazing Stories
  • Gaughan was commissioned by Pohl to provide the cover and interior art for Jack Vance's The Dragon Masters in 1962; the resulting illustrations made Gaughan immediately famous in the science fiction field.
  • Wikipedia: Galaxy Science Fiction
  • H.R. van Dongen, later a prolific cover artist for Astounding, made his first science fiction art sale to Super Science Stories for the cover of the September 1950 issue.
  • Wikipedia: Super Science Stories
  • Her fiction contrasts deterministic, imperialistic views of history with one that accepts the possibility of change for those displaced by colonialism.
  • Wikipedia: Olivia Manning
  • His works of fiction included some 500 novels and short stories.
  • Wikipedia: L. Ron Hubbard
  • However, Pohl was a member of the Futurians, a group of science fiction fans that included Isaac Asimov, C.M.
  • Wikipedia: Astonishing Stories
  • However, the quarterlies were labelled as science fiction since Sphere knew that would increase sales.
  • Wikipedia: New Worlds (magazine)
  • If also ran a friendly letter column, with more fan-oriented discussions than the other magazines, and between 1966 and 1968 a column by Lin Carter introduced readers to various aspects of science fiction fandom.
  • Wikipedia: If (magazine)
  • In 1932, he admitted that he had mixed fact and fiction in his book, explaining that he had never intended it to be taken as science, but rather at its face-value, as the story of his adventurous years in the jungles of New Guinea.
  • Wikipedia: Hermann Detzner
  • In 2001 Hawke co-founded the Young Lions Fiction Award, an annual prize for achievements in fiction writing by authors under age 35.
  • Wikipedia: Ethan Hawke
  • In particular, the regular use of the Illuminati in popular culture as shadowy central puppet masters in this type of fiction can be traced back to their exposure via The Illuminatus! Trilogy.
  • Wikipedia: The Illuminatus! Trilogy
  • In the Canadian market, the novel peaked at number three on The Globe and Mail's best seller list on February 15 in the hardcover fiction category.
  • Wikipedia: Pattern Recognition (novel)
  • In the late 1970s and early 1980s, Grosset & Dunlap operated an imprint called Ace Charter Books, which published mystery fiction such as reprints of the The Saint series by Leslie Charteris.
  • Wikipedia: Ace Books
  • Independent distributors often required that the magazines be monthly, and that they be in a larger format than the digest-size common in science fiction magazines.
  • Wikipedia: Imagination (magazine)
  • It is the first science fiction novel on the reading lists at three of the five United States military branches.
  • Wikipedia: Starship Troopers
  • Jabba's design would come to represent almost all members of the Hutt species in subsequent Star Wars fiction.
  • Wikipedia: Jabba the Hutt
  • Jack the Ripper features in hundreds of works of fiction and works which straddle the boundaries between both fact and fiction, including the Ripper letters and a hoax Diary of Jack the Ripper.
  • Wikipedia: Jack the Ripper
  • Lyrics with a focus on science fiction were particularly prominent on the later Pixies records, as well as his early solo albums.
  • Wikipedia: Black Francis
  • Michio Kaku gave commentary about the real-life science behind the science fiction of the show.
  • Wikipedia: Firefly (TV series)
  • Moore published two books of prose fiction set in Ireland around this time; a second book of short stories, The Untilled Field (1903) and a novel, The Lake (1905).
  • Wikipedia: George Moore (novelist)