Science Fiction (Rutgers, 2013) [...]


Students blog about the readings in the class:

The best way to engage analytically with the readings is to write regularly about them. The SF community itself developed partly through the publication of readers’ written discussions of SF stories in the pulp magazines themselves: “fandom” is not just a readership but also a group of writers, known to one another. In this course, you join this tradition of public reader discussions of science-fiction stories. We will not be making our own pulp magazines, but we will be using one of the closest equivalents our own time offers—the medium of the communal blog.

The course has a helpful Student Blogging Guide

Examples of Student Work

Wikity users can copy this article to their own site for editing, annotation, or safekeeping. If you like this article, please help us out by copying and hosting it.

Destination site (your site)
Posted on