A month before the first episode of "Star Trek" would see its television premiere, Gene Roddenberry and two producers were hashing out the monologue that would open every episode.
In 1964, a 16-year-old Bruce McAllister wrote to 150 authors asking about the symbolism in their work. A number of authors wrote back, including Ray Bradbury.
Content warning: There is a brief shot of a naked female character that is probably not safe for work from 17:59 to 18:09.
George R.R. Martin talks about his childhood, sci-fi and fantasy, and how he got into writing.