Sci-fi bookstore launches project to save genre

A new sci-fi book store in Downtown Brooklyn say it is working hard to make sure the genre stays alive and in print.The owners of

DOWNTOWN BROOKLYN - A new sci-fi book store in Downtown Brooklyn say it is working hard to make sure the genre stays alive and in print.

The owners of Singularity & Co. have launched the 'Save the Sci-Fi' project that brings one cult sci-fi novel back into print every month. The project also publishes it online for free as an e-book.

The owners of the Bridge Street store say that before movies like "Star Wars" were on the big screen, science fiction books had people sitting on the edge of their seats.

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