Science Fiction Lounge

The circulating science fiction collection was originally formed from the donated personal collection of LMC professor Irving "Bud" Foote in 1998, and has grown since that time to include thousands of science fiction works and criticism for research and leisure reading. The collection also includes significant periodicals where many science fiction writers have been featured over the years, such as Fantasy & Science FictionAsimov's, and FemSpec. Stop by and browse, or take books home to enjoy.

Contact our Science Fiction expert, Karen Viars.

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About the Circulating Science Fiction Collection

A visit to the Science Fiction Lounge showcases a fantastic variety of science fiction: works of feminist and global science fiction; science fiction art; classic works of the Golden Age, New Wave and Contemporary science fiction movements; Afrofuturism; award-winning books and short stories; collections of Star Trek and Star Wars novels; and a variety of secondary and reference works related to science fiction studies.  The original circulating science fiction collection was formed from the personal collection of Georgia Tech literature professor Irving "Bud" Foote, who donated his science fiction book and magazine collection to the Library in 1998. 

Recommendations for purchase are welcome and can be made via our Recommend a Purchase form.