<

Anything Can Happen In Your Science Fiction Novel — But It Probably Shouldn't

When you’re writing a SF novel, you have none of the budgetary and practical constraints that hinder SF TV shows and movies. You can have a giant space squid eating the Moon if you want. There are literally no constraints — except for the need to make sense, says Monster author A. Lee Martinez: »4/13/10 9:30am4/13/10 9:30am