Recursive Science Fiction
Recursive SF is self-referential SF. As defined by Tony Lewis, a story is recursive if it refers back to the genre or its people: any SF story that refers to SF is recursive. But Tuckerizations (which use names from fandom only) are not recursive.
An Annotated Bibliography of Recursive Science Fiction, compiled by Anthony R. Lewis (with an introduction by Barry N. Malzberg) was published by NESFA Press in 1990 lists over a hundred recursive stories.
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