If you like your science fiction to be told from the perspective of the little person rather than the traditional scientist/soldier/hacker/politician/adventurer, then I’ve got a treat for you: In Defence of Ordinary, a piece ofec282a1d2fbc4ea175bbd0c66668aec2 criticism detailing why ordinary doesn’t have to equal boring, and why realistic characters and reactions are more important than sheer spectacle.

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