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Science fiction stories have been around for centuries, though the term "science fiction" came about in the 1920s. [[MoskowitzSam Sam Moskowitz]] describes science fiction as "a branch of fantasy identifiable by the fact that it eases the ëwilling suspension of disbelief' on the part of its readers by utilizing an atmosphere of scientific credibility for its imaginative speculations in physical science, space, time, social science and philosophy."
>>{{image class="center" alt="Science Wonder Stories" url="images/wiki-images/sciencewonderstoriespulp.jpg" }}**//Science Wonder Stories//**, June 1929>>While //[[AmazingStories Amazing Stories]]// was the first pulp featuring only science fiction stories, the genre had been around for centuries before. Early yarns that fall into the science fiction category were known as romantic stories (that was before the "romantic" came to signify only love stories). Tales such as Homer's //The Odyssey// were clearly science fiction stories of their day.
Scientific romance stories flourished in the 1800s, such as Jules Verne's //Journey to the Center of the Earth// and H.G. Wells' //The Time Machine//. Scientific romance was represented in the [[DimeNovels dime novels]] with stories such as Edward F. Ellis' //The Steam Man of the Prairies// or the Frank Reade Jr. series.
Early [[PulpMagazines pulps]] frequently contained a scientific romance story, such as those by [[BurroughsEdgarRice Edgar Rice Burroughs]] and [[MerrittA A. Merritt]]. Their popularly was increasing such that in 1926, [[GernsbackHugo Hugo Gernsback]] founded //[[AmazingStories Amazing Stories]]//. This magazine published what Gernsback called "scientifiction," but that term never caught on.
After a bankruptcy lawsuit, [[GernsbackHugo Hugo Gernsback]] lost control of his magazines, including //[[AmazingStories Amazing Stories]]//. In 1930, he founded //[[ScienceWonderStories Science Wonder Stories]]// in which he coined the term "science fiction."
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Science fiction stories have been around for centuries, though the term ìscience fictionî came about in the 1920s. [[MoskowitzSam Sam Moskowitz]] describes science fiction as ìa branch of fantasy identifiable by the fact that it eases the ëwilling suspension of disbeliefí on the part of its readers by utilizing an atmosphere of scientific credibility for its imaginative speculations in physical science, space, time, social science and philosophy.î
>>{{image class="center" alt="Science Wonder Stories" url="images/wiki-images/sciencewonderstoriespulp.jpg" }}**//Science Wonder Stories//**, June 1929>>While //[[AmazingStories Amazing Stories]]// was the first pulp featuring only science fiction stories, the genre had been around for centuries before. Early yarns that fall into the science fiction category were known as romantic stories (that was before the ìromanticî came to signify only love stories). Tales such as Homerís //The Odyssey// were clearly science fiction stories of their day.
Scientific romance stories flourished in the 1800s, such as Jules Verneís //Journey to the Center of the Earth// and H.G. Wellsí //The Time Machine//. Scientific romance was represented in the [[DimeNovels dime novels]] with stories such as Edward F. Ellisí //The Steam Man of the Prairies// or the Frank Reade Jr. series.
Early [[PulpMagazines pulps]] frequently contained a scientific romance story, such as those by [[BurroughsEdgarRice Edgar Rice Burroughs]] and [[MerrittA A. Merritt]]. Their popularly was increasing such that in 1926, [[GernsbackHugo Hugo Gernsback]] founded //[[AmazingStories Amazing Stories]]//. This magazine published what Gernsback called ìscientifiction,î but that term never caught on.
After a bankruptcy lawsuit, [[GernsbackHugo Hugo Gernsback]] lost control of his magazines, including //[[AmazingStories Amazing Stories]]//. In 1930, he founded //[[ScienceWonderStories Science Wonder Stories]]// in which he coined the term ìscience fiction.î


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Early [[PulpMagazines pulps]] frequently contained a scientific romance story, such as those by [[BurroughsEdgarRice Edgar Rice Burroughs]] and [[MerrittA A. Merritt]]. Their popularly was increasing such that in 1926, [[GernsbackHugo Hugo Gernsback]] founded //[[AmazingStories Amazing Stories]]//. This magazine published what Gernsback called ìscientifiction,î but that term never caught on.
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Early [[PulpMagazine pulps]] frequently contained a scientific romance story, such as those by [[BurroughsEdgarRice Edgar Rice Burroughs]] and [[MerrittA A. Merritt]]. Their popularly was increasing such that in 1926, [[GernsbackHugo Hugo Gernsback]] founded //[[AmazingStories Amazing Stories]]//. This magazine published what Gernsback called ìscientifiction,î but that term never caught on.


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>>{{image class="center" alt="Science Wonder Stories" url="images/wiki-images/sciencewonderstoriespulp.jpg" }}**//Science Wonder Stories//**, June 1929>>While //[[AmazingStories Amazing Stories]]// was the first pulp featuring only science fiction stories, the genre had been around for centuries before. Early yarns that fall into the science fiction category were known as romantic stories (that was before the ìromanticî came to signify only love stories). Tales such as Homerís //The Odyssey// were clearly science fiction stories of their day.
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>>{{image class="center" alt="Science Wonder Stories" url="wiki-images/sciencewonderstoriespulp.jpg" }}**//Science Wonder Stories//**, June 1929>>While //[[AmazingStories Amazing Stories]]// was the first pulp featuring only science fiction stories, the genre had been around for centuries before. Early yarns that fall into the science fiction category were known as romantic stories (that was before the ìromanticî came to signify only love stories). Tales such as Homerís //The Odyssey// were clearly science fiction stories of their day.


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Edited on 2006-05-07 14:37:19 by TpnEditor [incorporated old science fiction genre page; could use massaging.]
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====Fantasy/science fiction pulps====

Here would be a 1-3 sentence summary of the pulp genre, or category.

===Fantasy===
Here would be an unbiased, detailed history of the fantasy pulp genre. With pertinent Wiki links to examples of magazines, contributors, etc., that involved this genre. Can be as long as necessary.

===Science fiction===
Science fiction stories have been around for centuries, though the term ìscience fictionî came about in the 1920s. [[MoskowitzSam Sam Moskowitz]] describes science fiction as ìa branch of fantasy identifiable by the fact that it eases the ëwilling suspension of disbeliefí on the part of its readers by utilizing an atmosphere of scientific credibility for its imaginative speculations in physical science, space, time, social science and philosophy.î

>>{{image class="center" alt="Science Wonder Stories" url="wiki-images/sciencewonderstoriespulp.jpg" }}**//Science Wonder Stories//**, June 1929>>While //[[AmazingStories Amazing Stories]]// was the first pulp featuring only science fiction stories, the genre had been around for centuries before. Early yarns that fall into the science fiction category were known as romantic stories (that was before the ìromanticî came to signify only love stories). Tales such as Homerís //The Odyssey// were clearly science fiction stories of their day.

Scientific romance stories flourished in the 1800s, such as Jules Verneís //Journey to the Center of the Earth// and H.G. Wellsí //The Time Machine//. Scientific romance was represented in the [[DimeNovels dime novels]] with stories such as Edward F. Ellisí //The Steam Man of the Prairies// or the Frank Reade Jr. series.

Early [[PulpMagazine pulps]] frequently contained a scientific romance story, such as those by [[BurroughsEdgarRice Edgar Rice Burroughs]] and [[MerrittA A. Merritt]]. Their popularly was increasing such that in 1926, [[GernsbackHugo Hugo Gernsback]] founded //[[AmazingStories Amazing Stories]]//. This magazine published what Gernsback called ìscientifiction,î but that term never caught on.

After a bankruptcy lawsuit, [[GernsbackHugo Hugo Gernsback]] lost control of his magazines, including //[[AmazingStories Amazing Stories]]//. In 1930, he founded //[[ScienceWonderStories Science Wonder Stories]]// in which he coined the term ìscience fiction.î

Science fiction stories continued in the pulps. Sometimes the magazines were dedicated to science fiction; other times, the science fiction story was just one of a variety of categories appearing in the magazine. //[[CaptainFuture Captain Future]]// was one all-science fiction magazine that also fell into the [[HeroPulpGenre hero pulp genre]].

===Subcategories===
List the various subcategories that are encompassed in this pulp genre:
~- **Scientific romance:** Describe that subcategory here, with examples.
~- **Science fantasy:** Describe that subcategory here, with examples.
~- **Space opera:** Describe that subcategory here, with examples.
~- **Sword and sorcery:** Describe that subcategory here, with examples.
~- **Ghost stories:** Describe that subcategory here, with examples.
~- **Subcategory:** Describe that subcategory here, with examples.

===Comments/trivia===
~- Share fun facts to know and tell.
~- Share fun facts to know and tell.

===Outside links===
~- [[http://www.outsidelink.link Outside Link 1]]
~- [[http://www.outsidelink.link Outside Link 2]]
~- [[http://www.outsidelink.link Outside Link 3]]

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==Categories==
Deletions:
====Fantasy/science fiction pulps====

Here would be a 1-3 sentence summary of the pulp genre, or category.

===Fantasy===
Here would be an unbiased, detailed history of the fantasy pulp genre. With pertinent Wiki links to examples of magazines, contributors, etc., that involved this genre. Can be as long as necessary.

===Science fiction===
Science fiction stories have been around for centuries, though the term ìscience fictionî came about in the 1920s. [[MoskowitzSam Sam Moskowitz]] describes science fiction as ìa branch of fantasy identifiable by the fact that it eases the ëwilling suspension of disbeliefí on the part of its readers by utilizing an atmosphere of scientific credibility for its imaginative speculations in physical science, space, time, social science and philosophy.î

>>{{image class="center" alt="Science Wonder Stories" url="wiki-images/sciencewonderstoriespulp.jpg" }}**//Science Wonder Stories//**, June 1929>>While //[[AmazingStories Amazing Stories]]// was the first pulp featuring only science fiction stories, the genre had been around for centuries before. Early yarns that fall into the science fiction category were known as romantic stories (that was before the ìromanticî came to signify only love stories). Tales such as Homerís //The Odyssey// were clearly science fiction stories of their day.

Scientific romance stories flourished in the 1800s, such as Jules Verneís //Journey to the Center of the Earth// and H.G. Wellsí //The Time Machine//. Scientific romance was represented in the [[DimeNovels dime novels]] with stories such as xxxx.

Early [[PulpMagazine pulps]] frequently contained a scientific romance story, such as those by [[BurroughsEdgarRice Edgar Rice Burroughs]] and [[MerrittA A. Merritt]]. Their popularly was increasing such that in 1926, [[GernsbackHugo Hugo Gernsback]] founded //[[AmazingStories Amazing Stories]]//. This magazine published what Gernsback called ìscientifiction,î but that term never caught on.

After a bankruptcy lawsuit, [[GernsbackHugo Hugo Gernsback]] lost control of his magazines, including //[[AmazingStories Amazing Stories]]//. In 1930, he founded //[[ScienceWonderStories Science Wonder Stories]]// in which he coined the term ìscience fiction.î

Science fiction stories continued in the pulps. Sometimes the magazines were dedicated to science fiction; other times, the science fiction story was just one of a variety of categories appearing in the magazine. //[[CaptainFuture Captain Future]]// was one all-science fiction magazine that also fell into the [[HeroPulpGenre hero pulp genre]].

===Subcategories===
List the various subcategories that are encompassed in this pulp genre:
~- **Scientific romance:** Describe that subcategory here, with examples.
~- **Science fantasy:** Describe that subcategory here, with examples.
~- **Space opera:** Describe that subcategory here, with examples.
~- **Sword and sorcery:** Describe that subcategory here, with examples.
~- **Ghost stories:** Describe that subcategory here, with examples.
~- **Subcategory:** Describe that subcategory here, with examples.

===Comments/trivia===
~- Share fun facts to know and tell.
~- Share fun facts to know and tell.

===Outside links===
~- [[http://www.outsidelink.link Outside Link 1]]
~- [[http://www.outsidelink.link Outside Link 2]]
~- [[http://www.outsidelink.link Outside Link 3]]

----
==Categories==


Revision [354]

Edited on 2006-05-07 02:15:42 by TpnEditor [incorporated old science fiction genre page; could use massaging.]
Additions:
====Fantasy/science fiction pulps====

Here would be a 1-3 sentence summary of the pulp genre, or category.

===Fantasy===
Here would be an unbiased, detailed history of the fantasy pulp genre. With pertinent Wiki links to examples of magazines, contributors, etc., that involved this genre. Can be as long as necessary.

===Science fiction===
Science fiction stories have been around for centuries, though the term ìscience fictionî came about in the 1920s. [[MoskowitzSam Sam Moskowitz]] describes science fiction as ìa branch of fantasy identifiable by the fact that it eases the ëwilling suspension of disbeliefí on the part of its readers by utilizing an atmosphere of scientific credibility for its imaginative speculations in physical science, space, time, social science and philosophy.î

>>{{image class="center" alt="Science Wonder Stories" url="wiki-images/sciencewonderstoriespulp.jpg" }}**//Science Wonder Stories//**, June 1929>>While //[[AmazingStories Amazing Stories]]// was the first pulp featuring only science fiction stories, the genre had been around for centuries before. Early yarns that fall into the science fiction category were known as romantic stories (that was before the ìromanticî came to signify only love stories). Tales such as Homerís //The Odyssey// were clearly science fiction stories of their day.

Scientific romance stories flourished in the 1800s, such as Jules Verneís //Journey to the Center of the Earth// and H.G. Wellsí //The Time Machine//. Scientific romance was represented in the [[DimeNovels dime novels]] with stories such as xxxx.

Early [[PulpMagazine pulps]] frequently contained a scientific romance story, such as those by [[BurroughsEdgarRice Edgar Rice Burroughs]] and [[MerrittA A. Merritt]]. Their popularly was increasing such that in 1926, [[GernsbackHugo Hugo Gernsback]] founded //[[AmazingStories Amazing Stories]]//. This magazine published what Gernsback called ìscientifiction,î but that term never caught on.

After a bankruptcy lawsuit, [[GernsbackHugo Hugo Gernsback]] lost control of his magazines, including //[[AmazingStories Amazing Stories]]//. In 1930, he founded //[[ScienceWonderStories Science Wonder Stories]]// in which he coined the term ìscience fiction.î

Science fiction stories continued in the pulps. Sometimes the magazines were dedicated to science fiction; other times, the science fiction story was just one of a variety of categories appearing in the magazine. //[[CaptainFuture Captain Future]]// was one all-science fiction magazine that also fell into the [[HeroPulpGenre hero pulp genre]].

===Subcategories===
List the various subcategories that are encompassed in this pulp genre:
~- **Scientific romance:** Describe that subcategory here, with examples.
~- **Science fantasy:** Describe that subcategory here, with examples.
~- **Space opera:** Describe that subcategory here, with examples.
~- **Sword and sorcery:** Describe that subcategory here, with examples.
~- **Ghost stories:** Describe that subcategory here, with examples.
~- **Subcategory:** Describe that subcategory here, with examples.

===Comments/trivia===
~- Share fun facts to know and tell.
~- Share fun facts to know and tell.

===Outside links===
~- [[http://www.outsidelink.link Outside Link 1]]
~- [[http://www.outsidelink.link Outside Link 2]]
~- [[http://www.outsidelink.link Outside Link 3]]

----
==Categories==
Deletions:
====Fantasy/science fiction pulps====

Here would be a 1-3 sentence summary of the pulp genre, or category.

===Background===
Here would be an unbiased, detailed history of the pulp genre. With pertinent Wiki links to examples of magazines, contributors, etc., that involved this genre. Can be as long as necessary.

===Subcategories===
List the various subcategories that are encompassed in this pulp genre:
~- **Scientific romance:** Describe that subcategory here, with examples.
~- **Science fantasy:** Describe that subcategory here, with examples.
~- **Space opera:** Describe that subcategory here, with examples.
~- **Sword and sorcery:** Describe that subcategory here, with examples.
~- **Ghost stories:** Describe that subcategory here, with examples.
~- **Subcategory:** Describe that subcategory here, with examples.

===The contributors===
For instance, there could be a section on the contributors if it were pertinent. Or the articles, contents, etc.

===Comments/trivia===
~- Share fun facts to know and tell.
~- Share fun facts to know and tell.

===Outside links===
~- [[http://www.outsidelink.link Outside Link 1]]
~- [[http://www.outsidelink.link Outside Link 2]]
~- [[http://www.outsidelink.link Outside Link 3]]

----
==Categories==


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