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SFScience Fiction
SFSquare Foot/Feet
SFSource Forge (web site)
SFSan Francisco (California)
SFSmall Forward (basketball)
SFStandard Form
SFSouth Africa
SFState Farm (insurance)
SFSpecial Forces
SFSanta Fe (railroad; Argentina province)
SFStreet Fighter (game)
SFSingle-Family Residential (zoning)
SFSpeculative Fiction
SFSmoke(ing) Fetish
SFSugar Free
SFSix Flags
SFSarasota Florida
SFStrike Force
SFSecurity Forces (USAF)
SFState Fair
SFSEEDS (Supporting Equanimity on Earth and Diversity in the Sacred) Foundation
SFStructured Finance
SFScatter Factor
SFSinn Fein
SFSoldier Front (gaming)
SFSunflower (agriculture)
SFSacrifice Fly (baseball)
SFSeinfeld (TV show)
SFSignificant Figures
SFStarfire (gaming, World of Warcraft)
SFSelle Francais (France)
SFShadow Fiend (gaming)
SFSexually Frustrated
SFSuper Friendly
SFSymptom Free (illnesses)
SFSigmund Freud
SFSuperfund (CERCLA)
SFStifel Financial (St. Louis, MO)
SFSuper Frame
SFSwiss Franc
SFSaturated Fat
SFScale Factor
SFSocialistisk Folkeparti (Danish political party founded 1959)
SFSenior Fellow
SFSystem Failure
SFSan Fierro (fictional gaming city, GTA: San Andreas)
SFServer Full
SFSwitchfoot (band)
SFSafety Factor
SFSoldier Field (Chicago, Illinois)
SFSkyfire (Everquest)
SFSpecialty Foods
SFSpecial Form
SFStep-Father
SFScarlet Fever
SFScuderia Ferrari (Formula 1 racing team)
SFSoft Focus
SFSurface Search Radar
SFSemper Fidelis (US Marine motto; Latin: Always Faithful)
SFSingle Frequency
SFSticky Fingers (Rolling Stones album)
SFSand Filter
SFStar Fox (video game)
SFSynovial Fluid
SFStatus Field (SS7 MTP Layer 2)
SFServer Farm
SFStar Field
SFSpent Fuel
SFSenses Fail (band)
SFSyphon Filter (video game)
SFSentinel's Fate (gaming; EverQuest)
SFStar-Fleet
SFSoftball Field
SFSvensk Film (Swedish Film)
SFSecret Friends
SFSpanish Fork
SFSupport Facility
SFScreen Failure (clinical trials)
SFScleroderma Foundation
SFSinking Fund (financial)
SFStructure Fire
SFScouting Force (US DoD)
SFStock Fund
SFSluggy Freelance (webcomic)
SFShining Force (game)
SFStaple Food
SFSlope Factor
SFStatic Firing (US NASA)
SFSplicing Factor
SFSomething Fierce (band)
SFShooting Forward (basketball)
SFSpreading Factor
SFSnoqualmie Falls (Washington)
SFSuomi Finland (Country)
SFSupply Fan
SFSoy Flour
SFSaga Frontier (videogame)
SFShear Force
SFSign Flag
SFSouth Fremont (Fremont, California)
SFShape Factor
SFSecurity Function
SFSincerely and Fraternally
SFSourceforts (gaming)
SFService Feature
SFSustained Fire
SFStar Fury (online game)
SFSignal Frequency
SFSpecial Facility
SFSteel Fiber
SFSupplemental Feeding
SFSemifinished
SFSpayed Female
SFStakeholder Forum
SFSparks Flew (band)
SFSpace Factor
SFSpace Filler (philately)
SFSheepsfoot
SFStrataframe (Microsoft Visual Studio application framework)
SFSliding Filter
SFSerum Ferritin Concentration
SFSherwood Foresters (Infantry Regiment of the British Army)
SFSONICFLOOd (Christian band)
SFSick Freak
SFService & Finance
SFStowage Factor
SFSoy Based Formula
SFSimple Formulation
SFStreptomyces Fradiae
SFStellar Frontier (game)
SFSupreme Fascist (Paul Erdos)
SFScattering Function
SFSteel - Face
SFSketchfu (drawing website)
SFSausage Festival (livejournal community)
SFSlot Flag (computer networking)
SFSound & Flash
SFSpecial Freighter (aircraft type)
SFSforzando/Sforzato (music)
SFSubstitute-Free (game theory)
SFSightFirst
SFSuomi Filmi (Finnish Film)
SFSavings Factor
SFSpecialförbund (Sweden)
SFShip Fitter
SFSynthetic Forces (US government simulation community)
SFSurvivor Function
SFShadow's Fall (band)
SFSanitary Fair (philately)
SFStable au Feu (French: Reaction to Fire)
SFSource Factor
SFSerendib Foundation for Music & Performing Arts (California)
SFSupplementary Firing
SFSecondary Feeder
SFSpikelet Fertility
SFSynchronization Flag
SFSpeed Freeks (band)
SFSveriges Fotterapeuter (Stockholm, Sweden)
SFShivan Fighter (gaming)
SFSaikou-Fansubs (IRC network)
SFSaikou-Fansubs (anime group)
SFSplashwater Falls (amusement park ride)
SFSpeculative Fiction Canada (aka Science Fiction Canada)
SFSons of the Holy Family (religious order)
SFSurya Foundation (Los Angeles, CA)
SFSandford Flemming building (University of Toronto)
SFSacramental Fusion (band)
SFSiyath Foundation
SFSarana Foundation (Sri Lanka; est. 1991)
SFSaman Foundation (Sri Lanka)
SFSahana Foundation (Sri Lanka)
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A work of speculative fiction is considered to be an exploration of the human condition, but within the realm of physical possibility in our world.
Fiction Inferno's objective is to find and publish the best, most literate examples of speculative fiction - which include the genres usually referred to as science fiction, fantasy, horror and experimental - from authors of any and all backgrounds, whether they are well established in their writing careers or just starting out.
Speculative fiction allows me to experiment with the effects of that cancerous blot, to shrink it by setting my worlds far in the future (science fiction) or to metonymize it so that I can explore the paradigms it's created (fantasy).
Speculative fiction needs to be viewed as preventative medicine.
Alfar then crossed over into the realm of speculative fiction, writing fantasy and other genreheavy forms.
Skewing a familiar speculative fiction premise (a distant future assembling history through the fragmentary records of a lost era), Mamet targets with luscious savvy and deadpan irony the limitless pretense of academics, hungry for tenure, to suture history from such bits, to talk their way into reasonable order.
Stites points out here the inevitable connection between the regime's demand for faith in the radiant future promised by the state utopia, and its banning of speculative fiction (including utopia, dystopia and SF) bodied forth by the individual imagination.
It is this understanding of the mythic process, if you will, that informs the work of Black British filmmakers Isaac Julien and Maureen Blackwood in their 1986 work The Passion of Remembrance and Black American speculative fiction writer Samuel Delany in his 1979 novel Tales of Neveryon.
Sara Flannery Murphy's debut novel, The Possessions, is an addictive, slow-burning mystery that fuses classic noir with the intrigue of speculative fiction.
This study explores social constructions of race and representations of Blackness in speculative fiction, which encompasses science fiction and fantasy in films and graphic novels, and even racial revisions in fan fiction.
Within each chapter, there are sections to further distinguish the myriad types, creatures, and time periods within speculative fiction.
Blue on Blue's playful tone and Crisp's inventive use of 1950s pop-culture icons will entertain adventurous readers of speculative fiction.