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Decline In Science Fiction Popularity: Reason?
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Leonardo Moledo Jul 15, 2009.

 

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Country:
India
What do you do?
Reporter, Editor
Fields of interest
science, health, climate change, sustainable development, policy
Email address
arnieswap@gmail.com
Website:
http://efytimes.com
Languages
English
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I am a technology journalist with India's premiere technology magazine group Electronics For You. Besides, I am also a fiction writer. My approach has been to educate people about the issues related to technology that directly affect our lives. I also focus my work on warning people of the unskilled handling of technology. I am a radical and don't follow traditional norm which plague us.

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Science Fiction In India

I have been a great SF lover. Being a literature student, SF fascinated me more because it takes us to the next level of human experiences -- the next dimension. Owing to my science and literature background I was able to connect Marx to HG Wells and George Orwell to Asimov. I found the darkness of Nietzsche and Kafka in the depression of The Time Machine. And that I felt was a perfect blend.

Posted on June 11, 2007 at 17:43 — 8 Comments

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At 14:16 on December 9, 2009, Mohit Kumar Jolly said…
Hello Swapnil,

I am Mohit Kumar Jolly, a final year student at IIT Kanpur. I am the student coordinator of NERD- the science and technology magazine of IIT Kanpur (www.nerdmag.org). I am very interested in pursuing science and technology journalism and communication in future. I would like to be in contact with you for the same. Hope you'll stay in touch.

Regards,
Mohit
At 10:05 on July 1, 2007, Caro07 said…
Yes
I was talking about the effect in Europe only
At 16:05 on June 13, 2007, Angelica Shamerina said…
I never thought about it, but why not, if you look at holywood movies like "The day after tomorrow" . I think SF is just a genre and is as concerned with contemporary issues as any kind of literature...
At 12:35 on June 13, 2007, Cobi Smith said…
Hi Swapnil,

I can't see what post you're talking about?
At 12:08 on June 13, 2007, Caro07 said…
my opinion
It depends on the specific topic you communicate
if your story is too far from people's reality, you will miss your communication objectives. and probably create the opposite effect "that's science fiction, it will never happen"
Al gore film on climate change has much more impact than the fiction one (don't remember the title) 2 years ago
 
 
 

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