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The Chosen One
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so Ridley Scott is back in the world of Alien for the first time since 1979....
bseplus.de: "Metropolis" in HD auf Arte
Sci Fi In Y4
Dark Matter: The Walking Dead Season Two
Discussing the themes and tropes in the excellent TV series, The Walking Dead
Megalo-man vs. Dr. Tarantula
My son, Monsterbat, listened to this as part of a bedtime storytime and he LOVED it!
The voices were awesome! I suddenly have the urge to order the Little Orphan Annie decoder ring... Beware the Kelloggs... LOL *LOVED* the story.
Great voices. I like the transition between the radio episode and the listeners.
Bruce Pennington, secret hero of 70s Brit SF
Yup, he's a fantastic artist. Here's the link to his site - http://www.brucepennington.co.uk/
Sounds like an incredibly talented guy! Kate
The Chosen One: What's the job?
SPACE REQUEST - PAUL BLAKE - STAR WARS ACTOR
Paul answers a tricky question. As featured on the Rupert and Lee Show 2007 ish
Paul's full interview is on an earlier Boo..
Gill Arbuthnott talks about her Elsewhere Story 'Marilyn's Hands'
Scalzi on nerd consciousness raising
Flash Fiction: "Somewhere You've Never Been"
Thank you! Yes, nostalgia is a tricky thing. It's more about a person than the memory.
So well written and I love your voice. John and I enjoyed the tension between the explicit demise from a nostalgic past to a vacant present and the implicit ascendency of generation. We sat and discussed the inaccuracy of nostalgia even though we are always drawn to it.
Very good flash fiction and wonderful delivery. Thanks for letting Boolanders hear it and your voice.
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Girda. Part Two
Harrison Ford joins Star Wars VII. So?
over40invan #3 2014 reads:Tour of the Merrimack Series
daybreak series, aliens, internet memes and the downfall of civilization!...
Terry Pratchett: ‘We worked too physically together sometimes’
Author Terry Pratchett and science fiction writer Stephen Baxter discuss their recent collaboration on The Long Earth with Front Row’s...
Out Now 193: Tomorrowland
Out Now With Aaron and Abe
This week’s episode of Out Now with Aaron and Abe features guests Courtney Howard and Germain Lussier, talking with the guys about...
Author Iain Banks in converstion with The Open University
Author Iain Banks talks to Open University Lecturer in Creative Writing Derek Neale about the digitisation of books, his writing process,...
Rant: why must io9 suck? :(
Spoken Sunday Villanelle: Recruitment And Its Perils
Ahh, I missed this one last week. I laughed out loud at the water that went through all their kidneys! I hadn't heard of a villanelle but it's brilliant for a "Cremation of Sam McGee" style small epic. I like this a lot. :)
That rocked, Kate! Too bad it was too late for the collector. Next week for sure! :-)
Sci-fi poetry.....that's impressive, what with the rhythm and meter and all. Appreciate the literary schooling up front, as well.
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