SF’s Family Tree

Ever get fuzzy about where new/old Space Opera leaves off and old/new Steampunk begins?  Not to mention Nanonormal Xenobotic Romance?

If so, look at the series Fandomania’s Kelly Melcher has going, defining and discussing the branches of SF’s ever-broadening family tree.  http://fandomania.com/category/defining-the-genre/

Kelly hasn’t gotten to Military SF yet (it’s an upcoming installment), but she saw enough Space Opera in Orphanage to cite it there.


One Response to “SF’s Family Tree”

  1. Kelly Melcher Says:

    The Review for Orphanage will be up tomorrow, and Military Science Fiction is up on Thursday. Although I have to admit, I don’t know what Nanonormal Xenobotic Romance is, but I’ll have to investigate. 😉 Congratulations on your book release and thank you for the mention.

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