Which Science Fiction Writer Are You?

10 04 2008
I am:

Robert A. Heinlein

Beginning with technological action stories and progressing to epics with religious overtones, this take-no-prisoners writer racked up some huge sales numbers.

Which science fiction writer are you?

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24 responses

10 04 2008
will_couvillier
I am:

Hal Clement (Harry C. Stubbs)

A quiet and underrated master of “hard science” fiction who, among other things, foresaw integrated circuits back in the 1940s.

Which science fiction writer are you?

11 04 2008
grayrose76

I seem to be getting Gregory Benford. I’d rather get Le Guin, but it doesn’t let me! πŸ˜€

11 04 2008
will_couvillier

Oddly enough, I actually empathize with mine. I totally like Hal Clements more subtle hard SF, and find that I write a lot like that. The story is the important part of any tale; the science, while advanced, is the tools and common ground around the character and the character’s conflict.

Yea, I can relate.

I played with this meme before. It seems that there are one or two of the question that are pivotal on determining nearly all of the options. #9 is one, I believe, but I can’t remember the others. Change that, and you get Heinlein or Clement.

10 04 2008
will_couvillier
I am:

Hal Clement (Harry C. Stubbs)

A quiet and underrated master of “hard science” fiction who, among other things, foresaw integrated circuits back in the 1940s.

Which science fiction writer are you?

11 04 2008
grayrose76

I seem to be getting Gregory Benford. I’d rather get Le Guin, but it doesn’t let me! πŸ˜€

11 04 2008
will_couvillier

Oddly enough, I actually empathize with mine. I totally like Hal Clements more subtle hard SF, and find that I write a lot like that. The story is the important part of any tale; the science, while advanced, is the tools and common ground around the character and the character’s conflict.

Yea, I can relate.

I played with this meme before. It seems that there are one or two of the question that are pivotal on determining nearly all of the options. #9 is one, I believe, but I can’t remember the others. Change that, and you get Heinlein or Clement.

10 04 2008
will_couvillier
I am:

Hal Clement (Harry C. Stubbs)

A quiet and underrated master of “hard science” fiction who, among other things, foresaw integrated circuits back in the 1940s.

Which science fiction writer are you?

11 04 2008
grayrose76

I seem to be getting Gregory Benford. I’d rather get Le Guin, but it doesn’t let me! πŸ˜€

11 04 2008
will_couvillier

Oddly enough, I actually empathize with mine. I totally like Hal Clements more subtle hard SF, and find that I write a lot like that. The story is the important part of any tale; the science, while advanced, is the tools and common ground around the character and the character’s conflict.

Yea, I can relate.

I played with this meme before. It seems that there are one or two of the question that are pivotal on determining nearly all of the options. #9 is one, I believe, but I can’t remember the others. Change that, and you get Heinlein or Clement.

10 04 2008
will_couvillier
I am:

Hal Clement (Harry C. Stubbs)

A quiet and underrated master of “hard science” fiction who, among other things, foresaw integrated circuits back in the 1940s.

Which science fiction writer are you?

10 04 2008
will_couvillier
I am:

Hal Clement (Harry C. Stubbs)

A quiet and underrated master of “hard science” fiction who, among other things, foresaw integrated circuits back in the 1940s.

Which science fiction writer are you?

10 04 2008
will_couvillier
I am:

Hal Clement (Harry C. Stubbs)

A quiet and underrated master of “hard science” fiction who, among other things, foresaw integrated circuits back in the 1940s.

Which science fiction writer are you?

11 04 2008
grayrose76

I seem to be getting Gregory Benford. I’d rather get Le Guin, but it doesn’t let me! πŸ˜€

11 04 2008
will_couvillier

Oddly enough, I actually empathize with mine. I totally like Hal Clements more subtle hard SF, and find that I write a lot like that. The story is the important part of any tale; the science, while advanced, is the tools and common ground around the character and the character’s conflict.

Yea, I can relate.

I played with this meme before. It seems that there are one or two of the question that are pivotal on determining nearly all of the options. #9 is one, I believe, but I can’t remember the others. Change that, and you get Heinlein or Clement.

10 04 2008
will_couvillier
I am:

Hal Clement (Harry C. Stubbs)

A quiet and underrated master of “hard science” fiction who, among other things, foresaw integrated circuits back in the 1940s.

Which science fiction writer are you?

11 04 2008
grayrose76

I seem to be getting Gregory Benford. I’d rather get Le Guin, but it doesn’t let me! πŸ˜€

11 04 2008
will_couvillier

Oddly enough, I actually empathize with mine. I totally like Hal Clements more subtle hard SF, and find that I write a lot like that. The story is the important part of any tale; the science, while advanced, is the tools and common ground around the character and the character’s conflict.

Yea, I can relate.

I played with this meme before. It seems that there are one or two of the question that are pivotal on determining nearly all of the options. #9 is one, I believe, but I can’t remember the others. Change that, and you get Heinlein or Clement.

10 04 2008
will_couvillier

I am:

Hal Clement (Harry C. Stubbs)

A quiet and underrated master of “hard science” fiction who, among other things, foresaw integrated circuits back in the 1940s.

Which science fiction writer are you?

11 04 2008
grayrose76

I seem to be getting Gregory Benford. I’d rather get Le Guin, but it doesn’t let me! πŸ˜€

11 04 2008
will_couvillier

Oddly enough, I actually empathize with mine. I totally like Hal Clements more subtle hard SF, and find that I write a lot like that. The story is the important part of any tale; the science, while advanced, is the tools and common ground around the character and the character’s conflict.
Yea, I can relate.
I played with this meme before. It seems that there are one or two of the question that are pivotal on determining nearly all of the options. #9 is one, I believe, but I can’t remember the others. Change that, and you get Heinlein or Clement.

11 04 2008
grayrose76

I seem to be getting Gregory Benford. I’d rather get Le Guin, but it doesn’t let me! πŸ˜€

11 04 2008
grayrose76

I seem to be getting Gregory Benford. I’d rather get Le Guin, but it doesn’t let me! πŸ˜€

11 04 2008
will_couvillier

Oddly enough, I actually empathize with mine. I totally like Hal Clements more subtle hard SF, and find that I write a lot like that. The story is the important part of any tale; the science, while advanced, is the tools and common ground around the character and the character’s conflict.

Yea, I can relate.

I played with this meme before. It seems that there are one or two of the question that are pivotal on determining nearly all of the options. #9 is one, I believe, but I can’t remember the others. Change that, and you get Heinlein or Clement.

11 04 2008
will_couvillier

Oddly enough, I actually empathize with mine. I totally like Hal Clements more subtle hard SF, and find that I write a lot like that. The story is the important part of any tale; the science, while advanced, is the tools and common ground around the character and the character’s conflict.

Yea, I can relate.

I played with this meme before. It seems that there are one or two of the question that are pivotal on determining nearly all of the options. #9 is one, I believe, but I can’t remember the others. Change that, and you get Heinlein or Clement.

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