Daily Archives: December 16, 2019

Science Fiction’s Wonderful Mistakes

“From the mid-1920s, when Hugo Gernsback coined the term ‘science fiction,’ several fallacies became associated with the increasingly vigorous commercial genre and never entirely went away. The first was the ‘Taught Me Science Fallacy,’ which goes something like this: Isaac … Continue reading

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Folk singer: Townes Van Zandt – Live at the Jester Lounge (1966)…

“… Their performances are fresh and unjaded, guided by instinct rather than experience or training. . . voices bursting with exhilaration at the simple thrill of letting loose and singing music they love. There is no self-consciousness, no overt stylization, … Continue reading

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