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Kathy K.


Narberth, PA
Hometown: Rutland, VT

Member since:

June 13, 2012

What's your favorite sci fi genre? (space opera, hard sf, cyberpunk, etc.)

That's a tough one. Space opera, anything with aliens and robots, anything revolving around a dystopian soceity, or anything where normal soceity has been suspended and people have to figure out how to make it work.

Have any favorite sci fi authors or scriptwriters?

Orson Scott Card, Gardner Dozois, Margaret Atwood, Maz Brooks, Cormac McCarthy, Isaac Asimov

What are your favorite sci fi movies and/or TV shows?

ST:TNG, Stargate before that McGyver dude left, The first Matrix, The Fifth Element (super cheesy, but really fun) superhero movies count as scifi?

Star Trek or Star Wars?

Star Trek. Though the first three (original) Star Wars movies are great, and there's even some good fighting in the 4th?1st? movie, Lucas just made too many stupid/offensive/wooden plot lines/characters for me to put it in the same category as the awesomeness of a lot of the Star Trek series.


I love to read Scifi and like ST:TNG and Big Bang Theory, if that counts. :)

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