Jump - Science Fiction

Science Fiction

  • Jump drive, one of the speculative inventions in science fiction, a method of traveling faster than light
  • Jump (Alliance-Union universe), a fictional faster-than-light technology used in C. J. Cherryh's Alliance-Union universe
  • J.U.M.P., a fictional weapon in the G.I. Joe universe

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Edward M. Lerner
... Lerner (born 1949) is a US author of science fiction and techno-thrillers ... Grandfather Paradox, and shown at the 2006 Balticon Science Fiction convention where it won the Best Film Award ... It was also a semifinalist at the 2006 Science Fiction Short Film Festival ...
Lloyd Biggle, Jr. - Career
... Both Biggle's science fiction and mystery stories have received international acclaim ... He was celebrated in science fiction circles as the author who introduced aesthetics into a literature known for its scientific and technological complications ... Among Biggle's enduring science fiction creations were the Interplanetary Relations Bureau and the Cultural Survey, both featured in novels and magazine stories ...
Unknown (magazine) - Influence
... approach to fantasy that he required of his science fiction writers, and in the words of Clareson, this led to the destruction of "not only the prevalent narrative tone but also most of the ... Clareson also suggests that Unknown influenced the science fiction that appeared in Astounding after Unknown folded ... Clareson further proposes that Galaxy Science Fiction and The Magazine of Fantasy Science Fiction, two of the most important and successful science fiction ...
Science Fiction World-wide - Latin America
... Although there is still some controversy as to when science fiction began in Latin America, the earliest works date from the late 19th century ... Up to the 1960s, science fiction was the work of isolated writers who did not identify themselves with the genre, but rather used its elements to criticize society, promote their ... This, in turn, led to the permanent emergence of science fiction in the 1960s and mid 1970s, notably in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Mexico, and Cuba ...
Mission Earth (novel) - Public Reaction - Critical Response
... It is frequently cited within science fiction circles as one of the worst science fiction novels ever written ... The influential The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction describes the series "whose farcical overemphases fail to disguise an overblown tale that would have been more at home in the ... Mission Earth, his only other later published work of fiction) ...

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