Science Fiction Universe Expanding

April 2008
Book Publishing Report;Apr2008, Vol. 33 Issue 4, p1
Trade Publication
The article reports that the science fiction genre has attracted a large number of audiences and even earned a different level of advertising in the U.S. According to R. R. Bowker of , tantamount to 1,600 new science fiction titles have hit the shelves every year and other lists of other categories associated to science fiction have kept on growing. Furthermore, a lot of marketing moves have been done online to pull in different audiences from the masses.


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