Is Science Fiction Getting More Conservative?

Patrick Richardson asks that question over at Pajamas Media, and triggers a lively discussion.  It’s a thought-provoking piece that includes insights from four authors, including Monster Hunter International author Larry Correia, whom Tom references in the comments to the On E-Publishing post below.

Politics aside, I feel a bigger shortcoming of today’s Science Fiction is a lack of hope and wonder, traits that once defined the genre.  It’s our hope that In the Shadow of Ares fills part of that void.

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