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An Ingenious Use of Scientific Patter: The Great War and the Science Fiction of H.G. Wells, by David M. Higgins (3/13/06)
H. G. Wells himself, in many ways one of the founding fathers of modern science fiction, serves as a perfect model by which to view the effects of the war on the genre as a whole.
The Western Genre Fled Across the Desert, and Stephen King Followed, by David M. Higgins (6/27/05)
Yet in the middle of this sinking void, there is one thing that continues to hold meaning, to remain hard, and stable, and real: "The man in black fled across the desert, and the gunslinger followed."