Tag: science fiction

Steampunk Lite – Writer Cindy Grigg on the Sci Fi Subgenre

My personal taste for the aesthetic should be termed Steampunk Lite. I like brushing by it, picking up traces of it on my plotline or characters, but I don’t actually want steampunk in its full manifestation. Here’s why. Steampunk as an aesthetic is more a fabulous concentration of things than it is unique, which makes it hard to define. That’s also actually why I … Read More Steampunk Lite – Writer Cindy Grigg on the Sci Fi Subgenre

Science Fictional Turned Factual

Today I read a fun article by Donna Dickens titled 27 Science Fictions That Became Science Facts In 2012. It’s the whole gist of sci fi enthusiasm, to wonder what it would be like for the fictional to be factual. Some things on this list totally surprised me, as in, I had no idea they were scientific realities. Most things on this list naturally made me … Read More Science Fictional Turned Factual