I believe this Tom Gauld cartoon sums it up.
I love this guy. Check out all his cartoons at TomGauld.com.
This “debate” seems similar to your Night Owls vs Early Birds…uh, rant?
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Reblogged this on themonkseal and commented:
Great Cartoon. Philip K. Dick defies the chasm between SF and literature. His work is collected in a Library of America bound edition (NYT says”quasi-official national canon” of American literature”) and he ranks #52 on Amazon among SF writers and #87 among literary writers.
Love this! So funny, thanks for sharing 🙂
Great! Thanks Robert:-)
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Reblogged this on Tim Higgins and commented:
As a fan of both Sci-Fi and other fiction, I found this quite amusing.
Interstingly, there is a definite growing trend in novels taking a more Sci-Fi approach, or incorporating more fantastical elements into their plotlines (or is Sci-Fi trying to open itself to a more mainstream audience?).
I’d take Asimov over an owful lot of ‘literary fiction’ anyway 😉
Well, of course, Nabokov had this one right as well when he said there are no schools of literature: “there is only talent.”
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