Has Sci-Fi, Fantasy, Writing, and Art Always Been Impacted by Culture?

Has Sci-Fi, Fantasy, Writing, and Art Always Been Impacted by Culture?
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The writing and other art that you do is a product of your environment.

Even when you are writing sci-fi and fantasy, the culture in which you live and have grown up, politics…

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I explore mindfulness, positivity, philosophy, & conscious reality creation. I love to question, inspire, & also write sci-fi/fantasy. http://www.mjblehart.com

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Murray "MJ" Blehart

Murray "MJ" Blehart

I explore mindfulness, positivity, philosophy, & conscious reality creation. I love to question, inspire, & also write sci-fi/fantasy. http://www.mjblehart.com

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