Certainly, when you look at the science-fiction landmarks of the last few decadesa certain chilliness goes with the territory.
And I thought, ‘I think our songs will get sung at science-fiction conventions!’
There was no real curriculum; our teacher spent hours reading to us from L. Ron Hubbard's science-fiction book Battlefield Earth.
This book could be called a science-fiction novel but it is so much more than that.
Star Trek (noun) science-fiction franchise launched on television in 1966.
Sorry that I cannot send an English science-fiction column this month, as I haven't heard from the other side yet.
These are early stories of the early days of science-fiction.
For old-timers in science-fiction—these are typical of the days when the field was starting.
I do not name it to impress you, but to suggest a sort of science-fiction experience.
science-fiction classic explores life of 2-D being in 3-D world.
1929 (first attested in advertisements for "Air Wonder Stories" magazine), though there is an isolated use from 1851; abbreviated form sci-fi is from 1955. Earlier in same sense was scientifiction (1916).