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I had never seen much of Star Trek, or any other science fiction, before I was cast. But Seven's wonderful.
One of the nice things about science fiction is that it lets us carry out thought experiments.
A lot of science fiction is very accessible and very readable, but a lot of people are justifiably put off by the covers of spaceships - though that never put me off.
If you don't care about science enough to be interested in it on its own, you shouldn't try to write hard science fiction. You can write like Ray Bradbury and Harlan Ellison as much as you want.
By serializing two novels in 'Analog,' the world's No. 1, best-selling science fiction magazine, I've had 200,000 words of fiction and three cover stories in that magazine. Quite an enviable record.
The thing about science fiction is that it's totally wide open. But it's wide open in a conditional way.
Amazing that the human race has taken enough time out from thinking about food or sex to create the arts and sciences.
A lot of what the 'Culture' is about is a reaction to all the science fiction I was reading in my very early teens.
So I wrote what I hoped would be science fiction, I was not at all sure if what I wrote would be acceptable even. But I don't say that I consciously wrote with humour. Humour is a part of you that comes out.