Wave science fiction

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  • Her style has been described as being part of the New Wave science fiction movement.
  • It, and his few other genre works are associated with New Wave science fiction.
  • His work was largely criticized by New Wave science fiction writers.
  • Several factors may have contributed to the "death" of New Wave science fiction.
  • Despite its relative rarity, it is cited as a major work of New Wave science fiction and it influenced cyberpunk.
  • John Brunner is noted as a primary exponent of dystopian New Wave science fiction.
  • A path-breaking collection, Dangerous Visions helped define the New Wave science fiction movement, particularly in its depiction of sex in science fiction.
  • Ian Watson was one of the leading British figures of the New Wave science fiction that emerged in the late 1960s and early 1970s.
  • Nightfur is a 2011 New Wave science fiction film written and directed by Jason Corgan Brown.
  • The New Wave science fiction of the 1960s emphasized stylistic experimentation and literary merit over scientific accuracy or prediction.
  • Stand on Zanzibar is a dystopian New Wave science fiction novel written by John Brunner and first published in 1968.
  • The book was serialised in the British New Wave science fiction magazine New Worlds during Michael Moorcock's editorship.
  • From 1968 to 1975 he was literary editor of the New Wave science fiction magazine New Worlds, regularly contributing criticism.
  • The majority of the stories were originally published in New Worlds during the time in which Moorcock was the editor of that magazine, and by and large can be considered clear examples of New Wave science fiction.
  • The most prominent source of New Wave science fiction was the magazine New Worlds under the editorship of Michael Moorcock, who assumed the position in 1964.
  • The best of Golden Age science fiction from the 1940s and 1950s, the best of New Wave science fiction of the 1960s, and the influx of excellent women writers into the field, all combined to produce some of the most remarkable science fiction in the history of the genre.
  • It was known for controversies over such topics as the relationship between the Science Fiction Writers of America and Amazing Stories publisher Ultimate Publishing; and New Wave science fiction.
  • His critically acclaimed science fiction novels, The Genocides, Camp Concentration, 334 and On Wings of Song are major contributions to the New Wave science fiction movement.
  • When Malzberg took over from Harrison he published John Sladek, Thomas M. Disch, and James Sallis, all of whom were associated with New Wave science fiction, but his tenure was too short for him to have a significant impact on the magazine.
  • In the history of science fiction, the Golden Age follows the "pulp era" of the 1920s and 30s, and precedes New Wave science fiction of the 1960s and 70s.
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