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vanishedoneGeofiction/geo-fiction seems mainly to be used to refer to fiction set in conworlds (elaborately imagined fantasy locations), but apparently there's another sense: Sarah Hall's 'agent and editor have coined this phrase for her writing -- "geo-fiction" -- because landscapes feature so strongly in the novels, be it Morecambe Bay, New York, or Cumbria'.
Jan 26, 2009
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