Throwback SF Thursday: The Vintage Science Fiction Must Flow

Join us for Vintage Science Fiction Month in January! I did it last year, and it was a lot of fun. I think I will participate in the re-read and watch of Dune this year, and maybe I will read and review a Heinlein and some Northwest Smith.

the Little Red Reviewer

I had to scrape ice off the car windshield yesterday morning.  All the Halloween candy has been eaten. It’s dark when I leave for work in the morning, and dark when I get home. I only have two more episodes to go in Stranger Things 2.  I’m tryna figure out what to make for Thanksgiving.

What’s all that mean?  It means Vintage Science Fiction Month is almost here!

Once upon a time, I wanted to read more old stuff. I wanted to know more about where science fiction had come from,  how science fiction authors reacted to what had come before them, and how science fiction reflected societal trends.  Our fiction can be a reflection of our society, don’cha know. That year, I decided I would read only Vintage Scifi during the month of January, and I arbitrarily decided anything from before 1979 would be Vintage, because that was the…

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About H.P.

Blogs on books at Every Day Should Be Tuesday (speculative fiction) and Hillbilly Highways (country noir and nonfiction). https://everydayshouldbetuesday.wordpress.com/ https://hillbillyhighways.wordpress.com/
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6 Responses to Throwback SF Thursday: The Vintage Science Fiction Must Flow

  1. Bookstooge says:

    Have you watched Dune before?

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  2. offthetbr says:

    I️ may have to do this too. What are some good suggestions for prior to 1977?

    Liked by 1 person

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