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(also known as Astronic literature)

Millettism

 
Authors

The Founder of Millettarian Literature Cometan

Cometanic authors

Post-Cometanic authors

Major contributing works

Cometanic works

Omnidoxy · The Original Jesse Millette Series · The Millettarian Methodology

Non-Cometanic works

Major forms
Novel · Poem · Drama · Short story · Novella
Overarching genres
Spacism · Astronomic · Spacefaring · Philosophic genre
Genres

Astronomic fiction

Spacefaring fiction · Spacefaring fantasy · Romance · Thriller · Mystery · Fictional spacism · Dystopia · Horror · Anime · Classic · Comics · Contemporary · Fable · Fairytale · Fan fiction · Fantasy · Folktale · Historical fiction · Humour · Legend · Magic · Metafiction · Mythology · Mythopoeia · Picture book · Realistic fiction · Short story

Astronomic non-fiction

Spacefaring non-fiction · Spacefaring realism · Non-fiction spacism · Romance · Mystery · Philosophy · Religion · Ideology · Memoir · Biography · Satire · Poetry · Reference book · Essay · Journalism · Astronomic narrative nonfiction

Philosophic genre

Astronist literature · Omnidoxical literature · Centralitological literature

Other genres

Pseudo-fantasy · Futurism · Realistic futurism · Mystery · Detective fiction

Genres by primary audience

Astronomic young adult · Astronomic children's books · Astronomic adult

Astronomic theatre

Play · Musical · Drama · Comedy · Improvisation · Opera · Ballet · Tragedy

Subgenres

Astronomic fiction

Adventure novel · Epic · Imaginary voyage · Lost World · Men's adventure · Astronomic apocalypse · Martian fiction · Mercurian fiction · Venusian fiction · Lunar fiction · Jovian fiction · Saturnian fiction · Uranian fiction · Neptunian fiction · Plutonian fiction · Subterranean · British · Light novel · Education fiction · Campus novel · School story · Varsity · Erotica · Experimental fiction · Prehistoric · Regency · Literary fiction · Occupational fiction · Astronaut novel · Astronomer novel · Legal thriller · Medical · Astronist · Philosophical · Rocketry fiction · Crime · Psychological · Astronomic techno-thriller · Spy fiction · Urban · Women's · Paranomral · LGBT

Astronmic non-fiction

Commentary · Critique · Diaries and journals · History · Law · Letter · Astronist literature · Astronist theology · Cosmic philosophy · True crime

Related topics
Protagonist · Deuteragonist · Tritagonist · Tetragonist · Pentagonist

A nomicon, as derived from the pre-Millettic suffix -nomicon, is used in the context of Astronist literature to denote a piece of writing that holds particular length, prominence within a field, or importance to Astronism above others in comparison. Within the Omnidoxy itself, the suffix -nomicon is used sparingly to be the rubral of certain discourses within the treatise.

Again, this suffix is used in rubral appellation to raise the discourse to which it is attached to a higher significance, one of the most prominent examples of which is the omnidoxical discourse titled the Eleunomicon.

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