Great Conversation About The Nature of Science Fiction, How Art Affects Real Life, and Empowering Writing in Effective Ways for Addressing Climate Change – from BBC’s ‘The Climate Question’

The Climate Question Is science fiction holding back climate action? For centuries, we’ve been reading, watching and listening to science fiction. And all too often, it’s pretty pessimistic about our future, especially when it touches on the topic of climate change. This is leading some to ask whether these doom and gloom stories are doing... Continue Reading →

Short Story of the Month for OCTOBER – A Deliciously Spooky Epistolary Tale of Supernatural Haunting – THE HORLA by Guy de Maupassant

“Certainly solitude is dangerous for active minds. We require around us men who can think and talk. When we are alone for a long time, we people space with phantoms.” READ THE HORLA by GUY DE MAUPASSANT in full HERE https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QkP0BSDnf40 “A sick thought can devour the body's flesh more than fever or consumption.” “Solitude... Continue Reading →

Young Adult Geared Cyberpunk Series ‘Little Brother’ From Cory Doctorow Gets To Complicated Questions on Tech and Responsibility

His Writing Radicalized Young Hackers. Now He Wants to Redeem Them Cory Doctorow’s Little Brother series has been a young-adult sci-fi bible for teen hacktivists. But with the latest and darkest book in the trilogy, it’s all grown up. ANDY GREENBERG BACKCHANNEL10.12.2020 07:00 AM FROM WIRED MAGAZINE SET THE FIRST and last books in Cory Doctorow’s epic, three-book Little... Continue Reading →

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