New York Times bestselling author Mattie Brice has just written a book about the science fiction genre, and it’s a great one.
In The Art of the Science Fiction, Brice, a former journalist, argues that sci-futures are “a collection of ideas, ideas, and ideas that are not necessarily related, that are often different than, and often better than, the ones we find in the real world.”
He writes that the genre “is a genre, a genre that exists for the express purpose of bringing together a collection of stories and ideas, all with the aim of making people think and talk about them.”
Brice says that in science fiction, “you have to be prepared to write a story that is actually real, and the idea is that you are writing about a story, and not just some story.”
The story, Brace says, is not a mere exercise in fictionalizing the real.
“The real world is very real.
It’s very interesting, and its also very dangerous.
It could end in a terrible way for everyone involved.”
That means a story has to be “more than a story” as well as an exercise in imagination.
Brice is a fan of Robert Heinlein’s science fiction and fantasy classic Starship Troopers.
He’s also a huge fan of the works of Philip K. Dick.
He was a big fan of John Scalzi’s Dune series, and he’s even a fan himself of Stephen King.
And that’s not to mention his personal favorite, The Stand, by Frank Herbert.
Brace tells Ars that he is a big Star Wars fan, and that it’s the best science fiction book he’s read in years.
“The story that I want to tell you about Star Wars is the story that you should have read when you were a kid,” Brice says.
“It’s the story of Star Wars that you would have been interested in, and yet you’ve never read.
So it’s about the Star Wars, but in a very different way.
It is the Star War story.
And it’s all about the aliens.
It has a lot of really good aliens, and a lot more people.
It takes place in the galaxy far, far away.
There’s no real human characters in it.
It doesn’t have any kind of story.
There are no heroes or villains.
The aliens are there to make life miserable for humanity.
It starts out with a big bang and ends with a little bit of a bang, but it’s not about a bang.
It just kind of happened.”
The stand is a science fiction classic.
It was adapted for television by Ridley Scott and James Cameron.
In fact, Brase says he was “very excited” to see the show.
“I read it as a kid and I was really, really intrigued by the whole thing,” he says.
“They did such a great job adapting it, so I’m very happy that it got adapted to television.
I thought that was a great show.
And they just did an amazing job with it.”
The series is the longest-running sci-fiction series in the history of the medium.
The series aired from 1982 to 1985, and then wrapped up in 2001.
It won an Emmy for Outstanding Drama Series for a drama series, a nomination for Outward Bound for Outcast, and five Golden Globes.
Brice also writes about science fiction in his novel The World Without Us, which is about the rise of the aliens in the 21st century.
“I thought the idea of an alien race that was completely alien and not human, that had no understanding of human culture, that wasn’t really human, and would never accept humans as their hosts, was a good one,” he tells Ars.
The novel is a “very, very weird story,” Brace notes.
“You have this kind of weird, alien culture, which has its own language, its own cultural traditions, and some of its own values, and I thought it was interesting to take it into the present, to take a very hard look at how it all fits together.”
He continues: “You see this society of people that are completely alien, and they have this society that’s very, very different than any culture you’ve ever encountered, and their very, kind of primitive beliefs and beliefs are very, strong.
It seems like they’re very, powerful.
I just thought it’s really interesting.
You see this kind, very alien culture with its own languages, its very, great culture, its unique way of life.
And so, you see it grow and grow and expand, and you see these strange things happening all over the place.”
As a fan, Bracy says, he’s always wanted to know more about what’s going on in the universe.
“That’s always been my main question, and now it’s