Pamphlet One - New Worlds, New Stories, or Can Science Fiction Really Save the World
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Calque Ideas provides an opportunity for writers to think aloud, using their own experiences and knowledge to approach topics in an accessible and attractive way.
- author: Helen Marshall
- pages: 16
Helen Marshall’s essay investigates the potential to a writer of immersive worldbuilding, and the ways in which science fictional methods present a series of sometimes unposed and often unanswered questions about our own assumptions. If we, as readers and writers, are to turn literary worldbuilding into something more than a set of black v. white decisions, a picture of an environment in which continuity is all, and develop it into a useful tool for finding out what we don’t know, we will need to learn to embrace radical uncertainty.
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