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Science fiction (abbreviated SF or sci-fi with varying punctuation and capitalization) is a broad genre of fiction that often involves speculations based on current or future science or technology. Science fiction is found in books, art, television, films, games, theatre, and other media. In organizational or marketing contexts, science fiction can be synonymous with the broader definition of speculative fiction, encompassing creative works incorporating imaginative elements not found in contemporary reality; this includes fantasy, horror and related genres.

Although the two genres are often co

New Releases Tagged "Science Fiction"

Neverworld Wake
The Book of M
Trail of Lightning (The Sixth World, #1)
The Anomaly
The Freeze-Frame Revolution
A Big Ship at the Edge of the Universe (The Salvagers, #1)
A Study in Emerald
An Ocean of Minutes
Fugitive Six (Lorien Legacies Reborn #2)
Revenant Gun (The Machineries of Empire, #3)
Dogs of War
The Darwin Variant
The Completionist
Low Chicago (Wild Cards, #25)
The Privilege of Peace (Peacekeeper, #3; Confederation, #8)
Gate Crashers
Reverse Abduction (Alien Abduction #8)
The Evolution of Claire (Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom #1)
UNIT 77: Broken (CyBRG Files #1)
Strange Stars: David Bowie, Pop Music, and the Decade Sci-Fi Exploded
Mastered (Vakarran Captives, #2)
Finding the Jewel (Brides of the Kindred #21.8)
Saga #53
Free Chocolate
The Sea Was a Fair Master
Glass and Gardens: Solarpunk Summers
Batwoman, Vol. 2: Fear and Loathing
The Beauty, Vol. 4
Mech Cadet Yu Vol. 1
Blind the Eyes (Threads of Dreams #1)
Waking the Dreamer
Alien Captured (Zyrgin Warriors, #5)
Void Trip
The Quanderhorn Xperimentations
Earth and Air (Earth Girl #0.6)
Superluminary: The Space Vampires
Wayfarer: AV494
His Chosen Mate (The Ghegion Tribes, #2)
Descender #31
The Illumination Query (The Speed of Darkness #1)
Unbroken Fire (Asrian Skies, #2)
Lightspeed Magazine, June 2018
Analog Science Fiction and Fact, July/August 2018
I, Cyborg
Only Human (Themis Files, #3)
Lifel1k3 (Lifelike, #1)
Artificial Condition (The Murderbot Diaries, #2)
Brightly Burning
Whisper (Whisper, #1)
The Water Cure
Medusa Uploaded (The Medusa Cycle, #1)
Veronica's Dragon (Icehome, #2)
The Flowers of Vashnoi (Vorkosigan Saga, #14.1)
Deliverance (Hell Divers, #3)
Belly Up
Most Wanted (Star Wars)
Ascendant (The Genesis Fleet, #2)
Strange New World (Brave New Girl, #2)
The Memory of Forgotten Things
Blood Orbit (Gattis File #1)
Up in Smoke (The Legacy Chronicles #3)
Cross Fire (Exo #2)
American Hippo (River of Teeth, #1-2)
Prey (Dark Monster Fantasy, #1)
Game of Lies (Messenger Chronicles, #2)
The Boy from Tomorrow
The Kraken's Mate (Iriduan Test Subjects, #2)
Primary Anomaly
The Marvelous Adventures of Gwendolyn Gray
Sarazen's Hunt (Sarazen Saga, #4)
Cyborgs' Claim
Manu (Hell Squad, #16)
The Cobalt Prince (5 Worlds #2)
Legend Found (Star Wars: Poe Dameron, #4)
Black Helicopters
Saga #52
Ride On
Motor Crush, Vol. 2
By Fire Above (Signal Airship, #2)
The Security Guy (Office Aliens #3)
Kris Longknife: Commanding
Buying Time
Venomous Hunger (Eok Warriors, #2)
Regarding Your Application Status
The Smoke
Yellow Locust
Solo: A Star Wars Story The Official Guide
The Art of Solo: A Star Wars Story

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“All Our Wrong Todays” is my first novel, but I’ve been working for the past 15 years as a screenwriter. I’ve written movies for both independent production companies and the Hollywood studios, including scripts for Fox, Sony, Warner Brothers, and Paramount. My most recent film is “What If”—also known as “The F Word”—a comedy starring Daniel Radcliffe, Zoe Kazan, Adam Driver, Mackenzie Davis, Megan Park, and Rafe Spall, directed by Michael Dowse.

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