Which Science Fiction Writer Are You?

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?

Woot! I Love Hal Clement! Not as much as Cordwainer Smith but still…

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6 Responses

  1. Well that’s weird. I did the quiz earlier today when I saw it on another blog, and I don’t think I answered anything differently, but now I’m suddenly John Brunner, an author whose most significant works were published after I stopped reading SF regularly.

    Earlier, I was Kurt Vonnegut, even though I really wanted to be Harlan Ellison, who I’m not even sure is in the script. But John Brunner? Is he any good? Should I seek out his stuff? I’m baffled.

    (Has anyone decompiled this script? Is there a way to be Harlan Ellison? Because I’d do it in a heartbeat.)

  2. Yeah, I like Brunner. The Sheep Look Up is good as are Stand on Zanzibar and Squares of the City.

  3. @HP
    (spoiler)
    It’s all done in javascript, “view source” gives you the whole thing.

  4. I got Vonnegut, too. :-)

  5. I matched you on Clement.

  6. Sorry for the lateness of this response. I have a lot of respect for Clement because he was a high school biology teacher.

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