Tag Archives: Sci-Fi

Writing Science Fiction

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Into The Unknown

Along with the usual summer blockbuster sci-fi flicks, this year we can immerse ourselves in the entire historical genre. London’s Barbican Centre is presenting Into The Unknown: A Journey Through Science Fiction, a huge exhibition, which will take over the entire Brutalist … Continue reading

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We Who Are About To…

Last month, Penguin’s science fiction imprint, Penguin Worlds, republished a series of important sci-fi titles with radically redesigned covers. Here’s a sample:

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Vintage Futures

Vintage has just republished a fantastic set of dystopian and futuristic paperback fiction in a series titles “Vintage Futures”. Each of the books includes an attached sheet of acetate that can be used to “animate” the cover image.   The … Continue reading

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Book of Strange New Things

I haven’t always been completely enamored with Michel Faber’s novels, but I’m still thinking about “The Book of Strange New Things” months after reading the book. Next week, the UK version of the paperback edition will be released with stunning … Continue reading

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Friendship is an island that you retreat to…

Blank on Blank is a project from Brooklyn-based Quoted Studios, which aims to preserve American interviews through animation. The wonderful video below features a long-lost interview between the iconic author Ray Bradbury and a young journalist named Chad Coates from … Continue reading

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London Is Out of This World (for the summer)

Writers and artists through history and around the globe have long imagined “other worlds” through the genre of Science Fiction. Science Fiction allows writers to ask the big questions such as: “Who are we?”, “What is reality?” A new exhibition … Continue reading

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Yes, We Love the Infographics


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