Time-Anchoring n.

Time-Anchoring n. the act of being anchored in a previous time, usually but not exclusively the 1950s.

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Analog is firmly time-anchored, isn’t it? Do you think they’ll ever find out about the Internet?

We get a lot of time-anchored story submissions here at our magazines. Who would have thought the future looked just like the 1950s? We tend to send them to Analog instead.

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  2. ebear says:

    Just realized that there’s already a Clute for this–“Real Year.” i.e., “Gene Wolfe’s THE SORCERER’S HOUSE is a great book, but whatever it says in passing about cell phones, its Real Year is 1965.”

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