From: Jesse Willis (
Date: 26 Jul 2008

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    There are lots of SF Noir stories, including the very recent novels of Richard K. Morgan for example. But, even Donald Westlake wrote some SF back in the day - one short novel was called Anarchaos (anarchy - chaos) which was set on a planet with no laws.



    --- On Sat, 7/26/08, Steve Novak <> wrote: From: Steve Novak <> Subject: RARA-AVIS: Sci Fi To: "RARA-AVIS" <> Date: Saturday, July 26, 2008, 7:02 AM

                Bien sur!...from literary sci-fi to films, from parts of the cyberpunks

    (Gibson & all) to Philip K Dick to Blade Runner, to many graphic

    novels...etc. ..there must be more info on this on the net, as I don¹t follow

    sci-fi enough to be knowledgable, but I would take the website of the

    Festival d¹Angoulème as a starting point...any other ideas???


    On 7/25/08 9:15 PM, "caroli1975" <karabair@gmail. com> wrote:

    > Couldn't something sci-fi conceivably be noir?

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