Workshop done. Every year, when I stroll in, I get asked the same question by otherwise intelligent adults, men and women who teach philosophy, law, the human brain, all sorts of things I don't know shit about. These intelligent people sit there and ask me what course I run and then ask that question. The question is never: how do you define fantasy? It's never: which is better, science fiction or fantasy? No, never this, because those questions are stupid, the equivalent of who is better, Picard or Kirk, a sign of the ugly geek. So, no, it is never that question, or the questions that surround it that many people like to pull out and analyse; rather, the question that is asked, innocently, curiously, is always, "What is speculative fiction?"