Avantare writes "My first sci-fi novel I read was A Wrinkle in Time then Dune. Why don't more people read these extraordinarily imaginative books? Read about Delegate Ray Canterbury who represents Greenbrier County in southern WV. For decades, walking around with a paperback sci-fi novel in your back pocket at school was the quickest way to find yourself permanently excluded from the cool-kid clique. But what if it wasn’t just the geeks who read Isaac Asimov and Arthur C. Clarke? What if science fiction was mandatory reading for all students? Semi-parrot links here."