National Science Fiction Day

"You can never properly predict the future as it really turns out. So you are doing something a little different when you write science fiction. You are trying to take a different perspective on now." - Kim Stanley Robinson

What Sci-Fi Interests You?

National Science Fiction Day is January 2 every year. The subgenres of sci-fi are many, including dystopia, cyberpunk, time travel, space opera, alternative history, post-apocalypse and more. 

If you're a science fiction fan, which genres and stories have intrigued you the most? What kinds of questions about ourselves and our place in the universe do they raise? Let us know in the comments below.

(FYI, Pearl Avenue Branch Library has a science fiction book club which meets once a month and can be attended remotely as well as in-person!)

Featured below are some cool sci-fi novels, graphic novels, movies and television series from the past few years, all available through SJPL.

Science Fiction Novels and Graphic Novels

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Science Fiction Movies and Television

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