Geo-Fiction (genre of fiction) also known as Geo-Fi and Geography Fiction
- a broad genre of fiction that often involves speculations based on current or future geographical or city planning. Geo-Fiction is found in books, magazines, art, Senate bill, television, films, games, theatre, and liberal media.
- a made up town in books, film, or TV.
Example 1 : A liberal think tank wants to push a Geo-Fictional bill to build a commuter train route in Atlanta, Georgia, don't they know everyone drives.
Example 2 : Sarah Palin put a stop to all this Geo-Fiction, when she stopped the Bridge to Nowhere, and redirected the money saved for a tunnel in her hometown.