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Today’s writer topic comes from QSFer J. Scott Coatsworth:

Just ran across a new word for me not once, but twice: SFnal – short for sciencefictional – an adjective for something that is a bit science fictiony.

For a quick run-down:


From the article:

“I like the idea that something can be ‘science fictional’, that sf is not necessarily an object or a genre in the sense of a container, but rather that it is a shared way of thinking and doing things.”

So are you familiar with this word? If so, how do you understand it and use it?

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