Garry Rogers SciFi, EcoSciFi, & Writing

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Short Story

My friend Pat Fogarty recommended this piece advice on writing a short story.  I found it useful too.


How much science does there need to be in Science Fiction?

This is a question that gets asked a bit in writer’s forums, and frankly, I have some trouble with it. I mean, it’s called Science Fiction, isn’t it? Yes, I know there are many stories out there that don’t seem to have any science at all. Look at Star Wars, … Continue reading:

GR:  Science requires that our concepts are possible and testable. We can get away with quite a lot by merely claiming that something is possible. Tests can wait. Many great concepts laid around for years before anyone figured out how to test them.

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