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Science Fiction Edition Futuropaco Mythic Sunship Rivers On Mars Orb 2

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11 new science fiction and fantasy books to check out in late June
on 15th of Jun 2019 With the 50th anniversary of the lunar landings coming up next month, I’ve been thinking quite a bit about the vast canon of Apollo histories that are out there. There has been of ink spilled in the

new science-fiction flash fiction: “Exit Through the Gift Shop”
on 15th of Jun 2019 This is part of my project “(fictional) notes from The British Museum,” wherein once a week (or so), I visit a single room at The British Museum in London, zero in on an intriguing object therein, and

How Dungeons and Dragons and science fiction helped LinkedIn’s billionaire co-founder succeed
(Jun 2019) Even by Silicon Valley’s high standards, Reid Hoffman has had a successful career. Hoffman co-founded professional networking site LinkedIn, which sold to Microsoft in 2016 for $26.2 billion. Now, he

Light Sails in Science and Fiction
(Jun 2019) The classical rocket equation—M/m = e^(delta-v/exhaust velocity)—is a harsh mistress. If you want increased velocity, you have to increase fuel. For every increase in delta-v, you increase the ratio

Art review: Artwork melds worlds of fantasy, science fiction, horror
(Jun 2019) We all know something about the worlds of fantasy, science fiction and horror. Whether it be from our own fears or through our love of certain stories, these made-up places and tales have never been

Science fiction: Fictitious experiments in patents
(Jun 2019) 1 Fordham University School of Law, New York, NY, USA. 2 Stanford Law School, Stanford University, Stanford, CA, USA. Contrary to the assertions of some patent scholars that scientists never read

Steve Coleman Releases New Science Fiction Novel, ‘Andre’s Reboot: Striving To Save Humanity’
(Jun 2019) Author Steve Coleman has announced his new science fiction novel, André’s Reboot: Striving to Save Humanity. Released in February 2019, the book is already receiving rave reviews from readers and

Black Mirror: Why Smithereens Is Actually Hard Science Fiction
(Jun 2019) This story contains spoilers for Black Mirror season 5 episode “Smithereens.” To paraphrase Kurt Vonnegut in the essay “Science Fiction,” science fiction authors and critics love to stay up late and

Highland author tackles science fiction genre, publishes novella ’323 Sugar Road’
(Jun 2019) Writing has been in Pamela Stone’s bloodlines since her youth. Now those talents are on display for readers to enjoy, as Stone, a Highland resident, recently published her first work: A science

System Unknown
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