Superversive Literary Movement

A Literature of Dreams by David Hallquist

December 3, 2014 sciphi 0

What good are stories, anyway? When one considers the more practical professions: the engineer, the scientist, the farmer, and the protector, their benefits to society at large are well understood and measurable. The profession of […]

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Why does modern art suck?

December 2, 2014 sciphi 1

Robert Florczak, an artist and art teacher recorded a segment for Prager University that touches perfectly on the broader question of where the culture has gone wrong and how the concept of the superversive fits […]

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Some more superversive ideas!

December 1, 2014 sciphi 0

It seems that the talented Mrs L. Jagi Lamplighter Wright has scored a guest post from April Freeman who blogs at Lost In La La Land. April has penned an essay that touches on some […]

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The goal of Superversive fiction by L. Jagi Lamplighter

November 28, 2014 sciphi 0

L. Jagi Lamplighter is showing why Superversive fiction matters so much in The Goal of Superversive. This is what the Superversive Literary Movement is for—to whisper to the future Trisha’s, Don’s, and Andrea’s that miracles […]

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Superversive SF by Josh Young

November 27, 2014 sciphi 1

The ever entertaining Josh Young has been at it again, exploring why Superversive SF is needed now more than ever and why it matters. Why the bleak nihilism of the pink shirts, their “realism” misses […]