Daily Archives: December 6, 2007

On Science Fiction

Interesting article in the Times of London, Why don’t we love science fiction?, by Bryan Appleyard: In the 1970s, Kingsley Amis, Arthur C Clarke and Brian Aldiss were judging a contest for the best science-fiction novel of the year. They … Continue reading

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No Shuttle Launch Today

A fuel tank sensor glitch for the space shuttle Atlantis prompted mission managers to scrub today‚Äôs planned 4:31 p.m. EST (2131 GMT) attempt. They’ll try again tomorrow. Send to Kindle

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Science Fiction Author Quote of the Day

Here is what I wrote about SF. If it has a familiar ring, my publishers liked it well enough to make it into a postcard for publicity purposes. ‘I love SF for its surrealist verve, its loony non-reality, its piercing … Continue reading

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Science Fiction Author Quote of the Day

Here is what I wrote about SF. If it has a familiar ring, my publishers liked it well enough to make it into a postcard for publicity purposes. ‘I love SF for its surrealist verve, its loony non-reality, its piercing … Continue reading

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