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Friday 21 December 2012 Last Update 20 December 2012 9:48 pm Before moving on to universal literature, I would like to introduce an author I greatly appreciate for his extraordinary imagination: H.G...You might not know, or remember, his name, but
Story For true sci-fi devotees, the only flicker of hope was The Invisible Man , NBC's response to the breakout ratings success of ABC's The Six Million Dollar Man the previous season. ABC had already booked a spinoff series, The Bionic Woman , for
After the explosive events of Warehouse 13 's third season, where does the show go from here? The WH 13 cast and crew came to San Diego Comic Con to talk a bit about what's coming up, who could come back, and Brent Spiner's new role...Spoilers ahead.
Charlie Jane Anders It's easy to invent a dystopian future just take the worst aspects of the world around you, and ugly them up. But what about dreaming of a better world, or even a perfect society? Some of the noblest science fiction writers and
Wells do a better job predicting the future of warfare than the Pentagon?...Wells gave us many of our most beloved science fiction conceits but did he also foresee how war would develop in the era of airplanes and advanced weaponry? And were his
Ten plotlines you'll find in science fiction over and over again Science fiction is a genre of limitless possibilities, but that doesn't mean there aren't a few ideas writers keep coming back to as trusty old standbys. Here are ten of science fiction'
Everybody reveals their true selves, on Warehouse 13 Magical artifacts don't just let you do cool stuff and play games with the world they change you, as a person. That's been a bit of a running theme lately on Warehouse 13 , and it came to a head
When it comes to novels about famous people, two roads diverge in a yellow wood. Writers of historical fiction tend to stick to the more traveled road paved with facts, a route that leads to novelized or dramatized biographies; sometimes they choose
Download Two Free MP3s by Pianist Josh Nelson Published: 2011-09-26 About the album/track: Dirigibles" is a composition from Josh Nelson's new album Discoveries . Citing Herbie Hancocks 'Speak Like a Child' and 'The Prisoner' as major influences for
A Man of Parts,' by David Lodge...David Lodge, author of 15 novels, including this latest about H.G. Wells, has also distinguished himself as a literary critic, so it's surprising that his quasi-biography of the English writer glides lightly over