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About The Magazine of F&SF
 
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I was asked about this magazine a while ago and sorry it's taken me a while to do this video! This was one of those videos eaten by my webcam software and I had to re-record it. F&SF's website: http://www.fandsf.com/ Blog with more info: https://www.sfsite.com/fsf/blog/ Free Kindle Sampler Subscription: http://www.amazon.com/Fantasy-Science-Fiction-Exclusive-Digest/dp/B004ZFZCKY ME ELSEWHERE: Goodreads: http://goodreads.com/koenix LibraryThing: http://www.librarything.com/profile/Koenix Twitter: http://twitter.com/Koenix Instagram: https://instagram.com/kalanadibooks/
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The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction
 
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The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction later Fantasy & Science Fiction and usually referred to as just F&SF is a digest-size American fantasy and science fiction magazine first published in 1949 by Mystery House and then by Fantasy House Both were subsidiaries of Lawrence Spivaks Mercury Publications, which took over as publisher in 1958 Spilogale, Inc has published the magazine since 2001 Since the April/May 2009 issue, it is published bimonthly with 256 pages per issue1 Contents 1 Titles 2 1940s-1950s 3 1990s-2000s 4 Circulation 5 Chronology of editors 6 Columns and features 7 Cover illustrators 8 Notable authors and stories 9 Special author issues 10 Anthologies 11 Current staff 12 See also 13 References 14 Sources 15 External links Titles It began as The Magazine of Fantasy Fall 1949, with Anthony Boucher and J Francis McComas as editors To encompass the full spectrum of speculative fiction, the title expanded into The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction with the second issue The quarterly became a bimonthly with the fifth issue December 1950 Switching to an amp The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction Click for more; https://www.turkaramamotoru.com/en/the-magazine-of-fantasy-science-fiction-17721.html There are excerpts from wikipedia on this article and video
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mastermindless
 
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This is in the nature of an experiment. I've audio-recorded the first story I ever sold to The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, "Mastermindless," the first adventure of Henghis Hapthorn, Old Earth's equivalent of Sherlock Holmes in an entirely improbable far future. My apologies for the occasional slips of the tongue, and the homemade title card.
Views: 506 Matt Hughes
Top 5 Sci-Fi Magazines We Should Know - No. 20
 
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This is Top 5 Sci-Fi Magazines We Should Know No 20 5. Space and Time Magazine 4. Strange Horizons 3. Asimov's Science Fiction 2. Analog Science Fiction and Fact 1. The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction ✔ SUBSCRIBE for more useful video: http://bit.ly/sub_top5scifi ✔ SHARE if you want to spread it ☀☀☀☀ ✔ Leave a comment to show your point ❄❄❄ ========================================= You are watching TOP 5 Sci-Fi best collection channel about science fiction. ▶▶ Playlist ▶▶ ▶▶ https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLsoevGJAA-eAY3N1uQXWTw9LEtJV058CY ツツ THANKS FOR WATCHING ツツ We DO NOT own all the materials as well as footages used in our top videos. Please contact [email protected] for copyright matters! #top5scifi #top #scifi #science_fiction #top_5_scifi
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PULP FICTION: The Golden Age of Sci Fi, Fantasy and Adventure - FEATURE
 
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Discover the true behind the scenes history of Pulp Fiction and the Golden age of Sci Fi, Fantasy and Adventure, in this amazing fact filled documentary. American Library Association - Booklist Review: Pulp fiction (named for the low-quality paper on which the stories were printed) blossomed in the early twentieth century. Audiences (beaten down after WWI and the Great Depression) sought tales with strong heroes, exciting adventures, and alien encounters. This entertaining program traces the golden years of pulps, beginning in the 1920s, by highlighting numerous writers (including Earl Stanley Gardner and Edgar Rice Burroughs who turned out hundreds of stories. In interviews, popular and prolific authors Ray Bradbury and Frederik Pohl recall nominal pay, short deadlines, and insatiable demand for copy. Facing competition from movies, paperback books, and television, the demand for pulp fiction dwindled in the 1950s. However, many works have been recently reprinted for readers seeking escapist fiction. Great fun for pop-culture and genre-fiction fans. — Candace Smith, Booklist Featuring * Tim Powers * Kevin J. Anderson * Otto Penzler * Ray Bradbury * Frederik Pohl * Marc Zicree NOW AVAILABLE IN A 2-DVD SPECIAL EDITION -- Loaded with Bonus Features and Interviews - Cat# U688 - Go to http://www.UFOTV.com.
The Best of Fantasy and Science Fiction Magazine | Free Audiobook
 
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The Best of Fantasy and Science Fiction Magazine Visit http://jofv.us/11/b002v0q5x8 to free listening to the full audiobook Format: Highlights Written by: Joe Haldeman, John Morressy, Gene Wolfe, Dale Bailey, Jerry Oltion, Terry Bisson, Richard Paul Russo, Robert Reed, Eugene Mirabelli, Esther M. Friesner Release date: 9/26/2003 Duration: 8 hrs and 10 mins Language: English Genre: fiction, short stories & anthologies Summary: This audio presentation of the Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction is a super-duper triple issue, comprised ten key selections (most of the contents, actually) of FSF's September issue and the forthcoming double October/November issue. First, beginning with the five words, "Eventually it came to pass..." we have "Four Short Novels," a literary and performance tour de force by Joe Haldeman, which explodes Proust, Dostoevsky, Tolstoy and Samuel Butler. Contact me for any question: [email protected]
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Chesley Bonestell / Collier's Tribute - A 1952 Orbiter Film by Timm Humphreys
 
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Chesley Bonestell (1888-1986) was a pioneer of astronomical and space art who helped popularize manned space travel. He is well known for his cover art for science fiction magazines, including Astounding Science Fiction (12 covers), The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction (38 covers); and many books, such as The Conquest of Space; The Exploration of Mars; and Beyond the Solar System, that he illustrated in collaboration with several authors well known in the field of space exploration. Bonestell's work also includes architectural paintings, scientific illustrations, and special effects matte paintings for films such as Destination Moon (1950), When Worlds Collide (1951) and War of the Worlds (1953). In 1952, Dr. Werner Von Braun wrote an article for Collier's Magazine describing a trip to the moon by way of a rotating space station. Chesley Bonestell illustrated the article, which became famous for popularizing the idea of travelling and colonizing the moon. This is my film of what that trip might have been like in 1952. Thanks to Erik Anderson and John Graves for the 'World of Collier's' add on, the Orbiter community and add on developers everywhere, and of course, Dr. Martin Schweiger for Orbiter. Since 2002 you've made my spaceflight dreams come true. To watch more of my spaceflight films (Russian Buran Space Shuttle, Apollo 16 Lunar Mission, American Shuttle Tribute, Soyuz Tribute, Project Gemini Tribute, and more...) visit http://timmhumphreys.vidmeup.com
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F SF Overview
 
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Watch this video to familiarize yourself with the upcoming Fantasy/Science Fiction Unit.
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F&SF Magazine collection
 
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30-second Sci-Fi Book Review #50 in which I tell a story about Arkham House and a desert Texas town See the whole 30-second series here: http://www.dailymotion.com/playlist/x277t4_thinkbolt_30-second-sci-fi-book-reviews
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The City Tech Science Fiction Collection
 
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The City Tech Science Fiction Collection is located in the Archives of the Ursula C. Schwerin Library of the New York City College of Technology, CUNY in downtown Brooklyn, New York. The collection is an anonymous gift to City Tech from a science fiction scholar who curated one of the most impressive collections of science fiction. At over 600 linear feet in size, the collection includes monographs, anthologies, over 4000 magazines, scholarly journals, and novels. Two-thirds of the back row of the collection includes monographs on science fiction, American popular culture, Cold War studies, film studies, and more. The science fiction anthologies begin in the last third of the first row of shelves. The anthologies include a wide variety of one-offs and many series such as Clarion, Chrysalis, Dimension, Universe, The Year’s Best Science Fiction, and The Hugo Winners. Next, the 4000 plus magazines are shelved on the second and third rows. They include Amazing Stories, Astounding/Analog, Galaxy, If, Imagination, Isaac Asimov’s Science Fiction Magazine, and The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction. There are many short-lived series, too, including Hugo Gernsback’s Science Fiction Plus. The oldest magazine in the collection is a 1929 Amazing Stories Quarterly and the latest issues are in the early 2000s. Following the magazines are the science fiction scholarly journals, which include Science-Fiction Studies, Extrapolation, the New York Review of Science Fiction, and the SFRA Review. The remainder of row three and all of row four and five are science fiction novels. Due to the limitations of time, the collection was shelved as it was unboxed, and finding aids are being created for identifying where items are on the shelves. I completed the finding aid for the magazines during the summer of 2016. The City Tech Science Fiction Collection is a working collection, meant to be used by scholars for research and professors in classes. If you would like to learn more about the collection, contact Prof. Jason Ellis (jellis at citytech.cuny.edu), and if you would like to setup an appointment to use the collection in some way, contact Prof. Keith Muchowski (kmuchowski at citytech.cuny.edu). Learn more about the City Tech Science Fiction at the Science Fiction at City Tech OpenLab site here (https://openlab.citytech.cuny.edu/sciencefictionatcitytech/).
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Take the Pills, Then the Streets
 
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Microfiction entry, online magazine “Tales of Never”, submitted April 2nd 2030: The Idol's Jewelled Eyes Priya Azhural One time, this woman with the indigo eyes walked into the opticians. “My trouble” she began “is that my eyes reflect other's faces so well – their staring in continuous.” “Yes, I see.” She stared. “You see your eyes are rare – why not cultivate rareness in others?” “Next Please!” About the author Priya Azhural has published short stories in The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, Lightspeed, and Lady Churchill's Rosebud Wristlet. She lives in Co. Durham, England territory, with her husband and as many cats as one would expect from a fantasy author, slightly more than might be expected for an author of science fiction. [Writer, performer and producer reserve all rights]
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IF - SCIENCE FICTION MAGAZINE (50-60´s Covers)
 
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American magazine of science fiction, "IF Science Fiction". Illustrations by Ralph Joiner, Anton Kurka, Ken Fagg, Ed Valigursky, Robert Swanson, Bob Watkins... Enjoy it!
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Lord of Light by  Roger Zelazny Audiobook Full
 
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Lord of Light by Roger Zelazny Audiobook Full Lord of Light (1967) is a science fiction/fantasy novel by American author Roger Zelazny. It was awarded the 1968 Hugo Award for Best Novel,[1] and nominated for a Nebula Award in the same category.[2] Two chapters from the novel were published as novelettes in the Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction in 1967. Zelazny's close friend and fellow science fiction/fantasy author, George R. R. Martin (who later reused the names "Lord of Light" and "Sam" for major characters in A Song of Ice and Fire), describes in his afterword to Lord of Light how Zelazny once told him that the entire novel sprang from a single pun (or spoonerism): Then the fit hit the Shan. Channel: https://goo.gl/wEH0Kl lord of light zelazny lord of light pdf lord of light theme lord of light priestess lord of light lyrics lord of light ebook lord of light iron maiden lord of light theories lord of light audiobook lord of light r'hllor lord of light game of thrones lord of light quotes lord of light amazon lord of light argo lord of light asoiaf lord of light actress lord of light audible lord of light ann arbor lord of light art studio lord of light and shadow lord of light analysis
Ed Emsh - Legendary Science Fiction Illustrator
 
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See work by Ed Emsh: http://www.abebooks.com/servlet/SearchResults?kn=emsh&pics=on?cm_mmc=soc-_-youtube-_-MERCH-_-link What is a dos-a-dos book? Watch our video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=av6M3q9i-hM Science Fiction novels are often characterized by their imaginative and expressive cover art. Edmund Emshwiller, better known as Ed Emsh or just Emsh was a successful cover artist who had a prolific career during the 1950's and 60's. Emsh made his debut with Galaxy in 1951, and would pen hundreds of covers and interior illustrations by the end of the 60's when he began to experiment with film and computer animation. He contributed to countless sci-fi magazines including Amazing Science Fiction Stories, Astounding Science Fiction, If Worlds of Science Fiction and most notably The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction which dominated the market at the time. Ed studied art at the University of Michigan, in Paris at l'Ecole des Beaux Arts and in New York at the Art Students League. He was a chameleon, excelling in many different styles of sci-fi illustration and painting. His work adorned the covers of publishers including Pyramid, Double Day & Co., Lancer, Galaxy and Belmont though above all he worked extensively with legendary science fiction publishing house Ace Books. At Ace he contributed to their regular novels and also Ace Doubles, which combined two short stories in a dos a dos binding. In 1953 Ed won a Hugo Award for Best Cover Artist, and in the 60's won four more for Best Professional Artist. Emshwiller passed away in 1990 at the age of 65 and in 2007 he was posthumously inducted into the Science Fiction Hall of Fame. Most of the novels and magazines Emsh contributed to range in price from $10 -- $60, and at that price anyone can own and appreciate the work of a master. Read more about Ace Books: http://www.abebooks.com/books/publisher-science-fiction-doubles/ace-books.shtml?cm_mmc=soc-_-youtube-_-MERCH-_-link Subscribe to the AbeBooks Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/AbeBooks You will see book reviews, bookshops, top 10s, rare and beautiful books, tips for book collectors, author profiles and much more. We love books and are glad you do too. AbeBooks is an online marketplace for books. Millions of new, used, rare, and out-of-print books are offered for sale through the AbeBooks websites from thousands of booksellers around the world.
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The Best of Fantasy and Science Fiction Magazine 2002 | Free Audiobook
 
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The Best of Fantasy and Science Fiction Magazine 2002 Visit http://satl.us/11/b002v9zdoq to free listening to the full audiobook Format: Highlights Written by: Harlan Ellison, Bruce Sterling, Albert E. Cowdry, Jeffrey Ford, Damon Knight, Ron Wolfe, M. Rickert Release date: 1/23/2003 Duration: 7 hrs and 50 mins Language: English Genre: sci-fi & fantasy Summary: In Harlan Ellison's "Never Send to Know for Whom the Lettuce Wilts" meet the alien "unie" whose job it is to conquer Earth in some very peculiar ways. Bruce Sterling's "In Paradise" is a romantic adventure initiated by security screenings. The talent referred to in Albert F. Contact me for any question: [email protected]
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Short Fiction Favorites #2 | Oct 2015 #booktubesff
 
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Finally - my favorite short fiction from October! I received the novellas Binti and Of Sorrow and Such from Tor.com for free in exchange for honest reviews. My written reviews are linked below. Angela Slatter just won a World Fantasy Award for her collection The Bitterwood Bible, which I believe contains stories with the same characters/world as Of Sorrow and Such. ALL THE LINKS BELOW Binti by Nnedi Okorafor, published September 2015 by Tor.com Publishing READ IT: http://www.amazon.com/Binti-Nnedi-Okorafor/dp/0765385252/ ADD IT: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/25667918-binti My written review: https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/1396053002 My video review: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ML7GRqdF2k0 “The Bone War” by Elizabeth Bear, The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, September/October 2015 READ IT: http://www.amazon.com/Magazine-Fantasy-Science-Fiction-September-ebook/dp/B017GFLS1G Of Sorrow and Such by Angela Slatter, published October 2015 by Tor.com Publishing READ IT: http://www.amazon.com/Sorrow-Such-Angela-Slatter/dp/0765385260 ADD IT: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/25664279-of-sorrow-and-such My written review: https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/1418855535 “The Insurrectionist and the Empress Who Reigns Over Time” by Benjanun Sriduangkaew, Beneath Ceaseless Skies, Issue 178, 2015 READ IT: http://www.beneath-ceaseless-skies.com/stories/the-insurrectionist-and-the-empress-who-reigns-over-time/ HONORABLE MENTIONS Some other short fiction I enjoyed this past month! Inside Job by Connie Willis, Subterranean Press, 2005 "Ten Stamps Viewed Under Water" by Marissa Lingen, F&SF, Sept/Oct 2015 "Bent the Wing, Dark the Cloud" by Fran Wilde, Issue 181, Beneath Ceaseless Skies READ IT: http://www.beneath-ceaseless-skies.com/stories/bent-the-wing-dark-the-cloud/ "Sinners, Saints, Dragons, and Haints, in the City Beneath the Still Waters" by N.K. Jemisin, published 2010, reprinted in Uncanny Magazine, Issue 6 READ IT: http://uncannymagazine.com/article/sinners-saints-dragons-and-haints-in-the-city-beneath-the-still-waters/ "The Oiran's Song" by Isabel Yap, Uncanny Magazine, Issue 6 READ IT: http://uncannymagazine.com/article/the-oirans-song/ The Witches of Lychford by Paul Cornell, September 2015, Tor.com Publishing ME ELSEWHERE: Goodreads: http://goodreads.com/koenix LibraryThing: http://www.librarything.com/profile/Koenix Twitter: http://twitter.com/Koenix Instagram: https://instagram.com/kalanadibooks/
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American Science Fiction Magazine
 
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Australian Science Fiction Magazine featuring American stories.
"EARTH A HEAVEN"..!!!.   SHORT TIMELAPSE  MOVIE
 
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From Earth to Heaven is a collection of seventeen scientific essays by Isaac Asimov. It was the fifth of a series of books collecting essays from The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction. It was first published by Doubleday & Company in 1966. inspired by the writings of the author, i made a short time-lapse movie. hope you all enjoy it. . . . IF YOU LIKE THE VIDEO,PLEASE MAKE SURE TO LIKE,SHARE THE VIDEO $ SUBSCRIBE OUR CHANNEL.!! Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use. No copyright infringement intended. ALL THE VIDEOS OBTAINED ARE A SOURCE OF COPYRIGHT AND ARE CREDITS OF THEIR RESPECTIVE OWNERS.!! I DO NOT OWN ANY OF THE CLIPS,(EXCEPT THE MAKEOVER AND EDITING) PLEASE MAKE SURE TO FOLLOW ME HERE:"- FACEBOOK- https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100008336442100 TWITTER- https://twitter.com/sujjalsampark MUSICS IN THIS VIDEO OBTAINED FROM 1.-MELODYLOOPS.COM 2.-ERIC SERRA-FLICKING THROUGH TIME
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#BackedOrBusted: S01E11 - MYTHIC: A Quarterly Science Fiction & Fantasy Magazine [Periodicals]
 
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In this episode, I take a look at a quarterly sci-fi and fantasy magazine campaign that hopes to fund its current and future issues but will it be the stuff of legend or forgettable fiction? Project Link: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/foundershouse/mythic-a-quarterly-science-fiction-and-fantasy-mag Follow Rob: Twitter: http://www.Twitter.com/RobMcZob Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BackedOrBustedCrowdfunding/ Web: http://www.RobMcCallumFilms.com
Best Science Fiction & Fantasy Audiobooks 2018 from AudioFile Magazine
 
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Our last Best of 2018 list features favorites in Science Fiction & Fantasy. Listen as Michele and Robin discuss these winners, with bonus sound samples of WHO IS THE BLACK PANTHER?, performed by a full cast, and THE POPPY WAR, narrated by Emily Woo Zeller. And don’t miss tomorrow’s interview with Heath Miller about his narration of SPACE OPERA. AudioFile Magazine’s Best Science Fiction and Fantasy Audiobooks of 2018 ARMISTICE by Lara Elena Donnelly, read by Mary Robinette Kowal, published by Macmillan Audio SPACE OPERA by Catherynne M. Valente, read by Heath Miller, published by HighBridge Audio SPINNING SILVER by Naomi Novik, read by Lisa Flanagan, published by Random House Audio THE OUTSIDER by Stephen King, read by Will Patton, published by Simon & Schuster Audio THE POPPY WAR by R.F. Kuang, read by Emily Woo Zeller, published by Harper Audio WHO IS THE BLACK PANTHER? by Jesse J. Holland, read by Ken Jackson and a Full Cast, published by GraphicAudio Explore ALL of the audiobooks in AudioFile’s Best of the Year Ezine with sound clips and narrator videos. On today’s episode are Robin Whitten, Founder and Editor, and Michele Cobb, Publisher at AudioFile Magazine. We are giving away audiobooks from Libro.FM, Audiobooks.com, and Downpour on Twitter — visit us there at @audiofilemag and look for the #podcast for your chance to download your picks from our Best Of lists. Support for Behind the Mic comes from Grammy Award-winning publisher Hachette Audio, home to works by James Patterson, JK Rowling, Joel Osteen, David Sedaris, David Baldacci, Elin Hilderbrand, Michael Connelly, and many more bestselling audiobooks.
Prisoners of Gravity: Children (Part 1 of 3)
 
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From the episode guide: Airdate: November 21, 1991 Commander Rick's guests include SF reviewer John Clute, Kristine Kathryn Rusch (editor, The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction), and speculative fiction writers Pat Cadigan (Synners), Esther Friesner (Harpy High), Mercedes Lackey (Bardic Voices), Robert Holdstock (The Bone Forest), and Gwyneth Jones, who writes young adult fiction as Ann Halam. With award-winning YA authors Jane Yolen (Wizard's Hall), and Canada's own Monica Hughes (Crisis on Conshelf Ten).
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Visions Short Fantasy and SF
 
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Book Trailer for Lawrence C. Connolly's short story collection, VISIONS: SHORT FANTASY & SF. Mr. Connolly is currently a faculty member at Sewickley Academy in the Senior School. His fiction has appeared in Cemetery Dance, Fantasy & Science Fiction, Rod Serlings Twilight Zone Magazine, and numerous collections, among them Years Best Horror, Best of Borderlands, and Best of the Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction. His critically-acclaimed novel Veins appeared in 2008. He is currently at work on a followup, a supernatural thriller titled Vipers.
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Let's Read Harrison Bergeron  [A Must Read Satire]
 
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"Harrison Bergeron" is a satirical and dystopian science-fiction short story written by Kurt Vonnegut Jr. and first published in October 1961. Originally published in The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction. The satire raises a serious question concerning desirability of social equality and the extent to which society is prepared to go to achieve it. Are you a hardcore Erifnosi fan? Follow me on Tumblr for updates and secret stuff! http://roseerifnosi.tumblr.com/
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100 Days of Narration - Day #6 The Best Fantasy Stories
 
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100 DAYS OF NARRATION CHALLENGE ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Day 006: The Best Fantasy Stories from The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction edited by Edward L Ferman Reading short story "Ghost of a Crown" by Sterling E. Lanier Image of armadillo in a penguin suit holding up a sign that says "Moo" by camajama AKA Amanda http://www.youtube.com/user/MissCamarilla
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Prisoners of Gravity: Children (Part 2 of 3)
 
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From the episode guide: Airdate: November 21, 1991 Commander Rick's guests include SF reviewer John Clute, Kristine Kathryn Rusch (editor, The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction), and speculative fiction writers Pat Cadigan (Synners), Esther Friesner (Harpy High), Mercedes Lackey (Bardic Voices), Robert Holdstock (The Bone Forest), and Gwyneth Jones, who writes young adult fiction as Ann Halam. With award-winning YA authors Jane Yolen (Wizard's Hall), and Canada's own Monica Hughes (Crisis on Conshelf Ten).
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End of the World Community College - Sandra McDonald
 
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Published in The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction July/August 2014. Recorded August 2014 in a basement.
Views: 180 Thee Landstander
Roog - Philip K. Dick (Audiobook)
 
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''Roog'' is a short story by Philip K. Dick. It appeared in The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, November 1953.
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The Finger - Ray Vukcevich
 
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My wife found this magazine, Fantasy and Science Fiction April 1995, and I had to share it. Very strange indeed. So creepy!
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Fantasy and Science Fiction
 
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Fourth graders recommend some great fantasy and science fiction for Summer Reading!
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The Ballad of the Flexible Bullet by Stephen King(Book Review)
 
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This is my review of the novella The Ballad of the Flexible Bullet by Stephen King, which was published in his collection Skeleton Crew. Publication Date: 1984 in the Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, republished in 1985 in Skeleton Crew. Genre: Drama, Fantasy, Horror Plot: A writer and an editor suffer shared delusions of electrical appliances breeding radiation, and little elves known as Fornits that bring good luck and creativity to writers, and unnamed antagonists known as "They" that want to take the Fornits away. But are these really delusions, or are these men experiencing the supernatural?
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Prisoners of Gravity: Children (Part 3 of 3)
 
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From the episode guide: Airdate: November 21, 1991 Commander Rick's guests include SF reviewer John Clute, Kristine Kathryn Rusch (editor, The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction), and speculative fiction writers Pat Cadigan (Synners), Esther Friesner (Harpy High), Mercedes Lackey (Bardic Voices), Robert Holdstock (The Bone Forest), and Gwyneth Jones, who writes young adult fiction as Ann Halam. With award-winning YA authors Jane Yolen (Wizard's Hall), and Canada's own Monica Hughes (Crisis on Conshelf Ten).
Views: 939 Teddog3000
Episode 001 – “The City Dreams of Bird-Men” by Emily B. Cataneo.
 
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Episode 001 – “The City Dreams of Bird-Men” by Emily B. Cataneo. Text version published in Fantasy Scroll Magazine Issue #5, February 2015. Read by Rachel Aronov. For more science fiction and fantasy stories, visit http://fantasyscrollmag.com.
Audiobook: A Bad Day for Sales by Fritz Leiber / Science Fiction / Fantasy Fiction
 
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Soundbook: A Bad Day for Sales by Fritz Leiber Leiber was heavily influenced by H. P. Lovecraft and Robert Graves in the first two decades of his career. Beginning in the late 1950s, he was increasingly influenced by the works of Carl Jung, particularly by the concepts of the anima and the shadow. From the mid-1960s onwards, he began incorporating elements of Joseph Campbell's The Hero with a Thousand Faces. These concepts are often openly mentioned in his stories, especially the anima, which becomes a method of exploring his fascination with, but estrangement from, the female. Leiber liked cats, which feature prominently in many of his stories. Tigerishka, for example, is a cat-like alien who is sexually attractive to the human protagonist yet repelled by human customs in the novel The Wanderer. Leiber's "Gummitch" stories feature a kitten with an I.Q. of 160, just waiting for his ritual cup of coffee so that he can become human, too. His first stories were inspired by the Cthulhu Mythos. Leiber later wrote several essays on Lovecraft such as "A Literary Copernicus" which formed key moments in the serious critical appreciation of Lovecraft's life and work. Leiber's first professional sale was "Two Sought Adventure" (Unknown, August 1939),[13] which introduced his most famous characters, Fafhrd and the Gray Mouser. In 1943, his first two novels were serialized in Unknown (the supernatural horror-oriented Conjure Wife, partially inspired by his deleterious experiences on the faculty of Occidental College) and Astounding Science Fiction (Gather, Darkness). 1947 marked the publication of his first book, Night's Black Agents, a short story collection containing seven stories grouped as 'Modern Horrors', one as a 'Transition', and two grouped as 'Ancient Adventures': "The Sunken Land" and "Adept's Gambit", which are both stories of Fafhrd and the Gray Mouser. Book publication of the science fiction novel Gather, Darkness followed in 1950. It deals with a futuristic world that follows the Second Atomic Age which is ruled by scientists, until in the throes of a new Dark Age, the witches revolt. In 1951, Leiber was Guest of Honor at the World Science Fiction Convention in New Orleans. Further novels followed during the 1950s, and in 1958 The Big Time won the Hugo Award for Best Novel. Leiber published further books in the 1960s. His novel The Wanderer (1964) also received the Hugo for Best Novel. In the novel, an artificial planet, quickly nicknamed the Wanderer, materializes from hyperspace within earth's orbit. The Wanderer's gravitational field captures the moon and shatters it into something like one of Saturn's rings. On Earth, the Wanderer's gravity well triggers massive earthquakes, tsunamis, and tidal phenomena. The multi-threaded plot follows the exploits of a large ensemble cast as they struggle to survive the global disaster. Leiber received the Hugo Award for Best Novella in 1970 and 1971 for "Ship of Shadows" (1969) and "Ill Met in Lankhmar" (1970). "Gonna Roll the Bones" (1967), his contribution to Harlan Ellison's Dangerous Visions anthology, received the Hugo Award for Best Novelette and the Nebula Award for Best Novelette in 1968. Our Lady of Darkness (1977)—originally serialized in short form in The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction under the title "The Pale Brown Thing" (1977)—featured cities as the breeding grounds for new types of elementals called paramentals, summonable by the dark art of megapolisomancy, with such activities centering on the Transamerica Pyramid. Its main characters include Franz Westen, Jaime Donaldus Byers, and the magician Thibault de Castries. Our Lady of Darkness won the World Fantasy Award—Novel. Leiber also did the 1966 novelization of the Clair Huffaker screenplay of Tarzan and the Valley of Gold. Many of Leiber's most-acclaimed works are short stories, especially in the horror genre. Owing to such stories as "The Smoke Ghost", "The Girl With the Hungry Eyes" and "You're All Alone" (later expanded as The Sinful Ones), he is widely regarded as one of the forerunners of the modern urban horror story. Leiber also challenged the conventions of science fiction through reflexive narratives such as "A Bad Day For Sales" (first published in Galaxy Science Fiction, July 1953), in which the protagonist, Robie, "America’s only genuine mobile salesrobot," references the title character of Isaac Asimov’s idealistic robot story, "Robbie". Questioning Isaac Asimov’s Three Laws of Robotics, Leiber imagines the futility of automatons in a post-apocalyptic New York City. In his later years, Leiber returned to short story horror in such works as "Horrible Imaginings", "Black Has Its Charms" and the award-winning "The Button Moulder". #FantasyFiction #ABadDayforSales #FritzLeiber
Views: 87 Sunbooks
Isaac Asimov sings "The Star-Spangled Banner"!
 
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In March, 1991, Isaac Asimov published an essay in The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction entitled "All Four Stanzas." In it, he gave the background of Francis Scott Key's "The Star-Spangled Banner" (as it has come to be called), and perhaps just as remarkably, speaks of his own love of the anthem, and his habit of singing it with all four stanzas, not just the first one which is generally heard. This essay has never been collected into any of Dr. Asimov's books (he died before Doubleday could bring out a final collection of his essays, and the people in charge there now don't seem to be interested in much beyond his eternally-best-selling science fiction). It HAS, however, come to have a life of its own ... on the internet. Unfortunately, the version which shows up on the internet tends to turn up at, shall we say, rather conservative sites. Moreover, it has been rewritten by unknown hands. As one blogger has described this: "Yet at the same time that I found myself deeply moved by Asimov's words, I also found myself deeply offended at one of the most dishonest examples of Dowdification I have ever seen. The version that is quoted online everywhere is a brutal hack job -- selectively cutting Asimov's 4166 words down to 1321 words (nearly three fourths of the piece), yet there is no mention that the piece was severely edited. Edited hell!; it was deliberately, ideologically butchered. It is no exaggeration to call it political Bowdlerization." I refer anyone interested to that blog post, and the true and original form of Asimov's text, here: http://www.classicalvalues.com/archives/2010/09/dowdifying_asim.html As for this video: Maybe a dozen years ago, a lawyer friend handed me a mysterious cassette tape, and said, "Here, I thought you might like to have this." The only identification on the tape was the words "Asimov Anthem for [my friend's name]." Out of curiosity, I stuck it in my car stereo (the only cassette player I had at the time), and sure enough, it was a recording of Isaac Asimov singing "The Star-Spangled Banner." All four stanzas! I have no idea of the origin of this tape. My friend cannot now even remember who it was who had given it to him. But the voice is unmistakably that of Isaac Asimov, and from his opening remarks it's evident that it was recorded sometime in 1991, the year before his death. That's all I know. And now, I share it with the world.
Views: 2869 Matthew B. Tepper
Prisoners of Gravity: Writers' Workshops/Clarion (Part 1 of 3)
 
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Airdate: November 10, 1993 Commander Rick gets some very helpful advice on how to become a better writer from six instructors and four graduates of Clarion, the premiere writers' workshops for science fiction and fantasy writers. The instructors include Clarion co-founders, science fiction authors Damon Knight (Creating Short Fiction) and Kate Wilhelm (Death Qualified), Harlan Ellison (The Essential Ellison), Kristine Kathryn Rusch (editor, The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction), Geoff Ryman (Was) and Connie Willis (Doomsday Book). The former students include writers Kim Antieau ("The Mark Of The Beast"), James Alan Gardner ("The Reckoning Of Gifts"), Nina Kiriki Hoffman ("Savage Breasts") and William F. Wu ("Hong's Lost and Found Emporium").
Views: 1920 Teddog3000
Jesus Crawdad Death Book Trailer
 
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JESUS CRAWDAD DEATH by Betsy Phillips is AVAILABLE NOW from thirdmanbooks.com and Third Man Records storefronts. Don't miss this chapbook of imaginative short stories that will mix tears of laughter with tears of sorrow. The title is limited edition and available only as long as supplies lasts. • • • Betsy Phillips's short fiction has appeared in The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction and Apex Magazine. She is the author of A City of Ghosts and The Wolf's Bane. Her writing about history and politics has appeared in the Nashville Scene and, occasionally, in the Washington Post. Her newest short collection is Jesus Crawdad Death (Third Man Books, 2018). She is currently working on an afghan. • • • Design by Caitlin Parker Animation by Tristan McNatt Copyright 2018 Third Man Books
Views: 742 OfficialTMR
Heroic Fantasy & Science Fiction with Cirsova Magazine - Shane Plays Ep. 166
 
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Heroic fantasy & science fiction with P. Alexander, the editor and publisher of Cirsova Magazine. It’s not just pulp, but pulp’s definitely in there! PLUS: Geek news, and what surprising book is P. Alexander reading at the moment? Podcast version of the live Shane Plays geek talk radio show from 10/6/2018 Shane Plays airs on Saturdays at 1 PM Central on 101.1 FM The Answer in Little Rock. It can also be heard online at http://1011fmtheanswer.com. Call in at 501-823-0965 or tweet @ShanePlays during the show! Like what you hear? Support Shane Plays Radio on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/shaneplays Shane Plays is carried on Krypton Radio! Krypton Radio is SciFi for your Wifi. http://kryptonradio.com/ Listen to the Shane Plays podcast on YouTube, SoundCloud, iTunes, Google Play Music, Podbean, Stitcher (and other fine, fine podcast directories) after the live show. SHOW NOTES Podcast zinger is from Five Minutes With: Iain M Banks BBC News https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lvqsDLDsznA Cirsova Magazine https://cirsova.wordpress.com/cirsova-magazine/ New Doctor Who season (and new Doctor!) http://www.bbcamerica.com/anglophenia/2018/09/new-doctor-who-premieres-sunday-october-7-on-bbc-america Judge Dredd & The Worlds of 2000 AD RPG Kickstarter update https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/enworld/judge-dredd-and-the-worlds-of-2000-ad-roleplaying Also: Free quickstart rules now available https://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/253759 Star Wars: “The Mandalorian” live streaming show https://www.starwars.com/news/the-mandalorian-revealed Asmodee Digital’s Board Games Are Coming to Nintendo Switch http://gameosity.com/2018/09/14/asmodee-digitals-board-games-are-coming-to-nintendo-switch/ Brian Fargo trolls the Twitterverse “I happen to know who is working on BG3 ” https://twitter.com/BrianFargo/status/1047967566168174592
Views: 17 Shane Plays
Catalog 477 Highlights
 
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Here are some highlights from our upcoming Catalog 477 auction on Tuesday, December 11, 2018. This catalog features many remarkable items, from Laborde's Voyage de l'Arabie Petree and Tanner's A New American Atlas, to over 400 issues of The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction. Preview on the day of the auction from 10:00am to 6:00pm with the auction starting at 6:30 pm. This is a truly impressive Catalog you won't want to miss, so visit www.nebookauctions.com for additional photos and complete listing of all the lots.
Audiobook: X Marks the Pedwalk by Fritz Leiber / Science Fiction / Fantasy Fiction
 
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Soundbook: X Marks the Pedwalk by Fritz Leiber. Fritz Reuter Leiber Jr. (December 24, 1910 – September 5, 1992) was an American writer of fantasy, horror, and science fiction. He was also a poet, actor in theater and films, playwright and chess expert.[b] With writers such as Robert E. Howard and Michael Moorcock, Leiber can be regarded as one of the fathers of sword and sorcery fantasy, having coined the term. Leiber was heavily influenced by H. P. Lovecraft and Robert Graves in the first two decades of his career. Beginning in the late 1950s, he was increasingly influenced by the works of Carl Jung, particularly by the concepts of the anima and the shadow. From the mid-1960s onwards, he began incorporating elements of Joseph Campbell's The Hero with a Thousand Faces. These concepts are often openly mentioned in his stories, especially the anima, which becomes a method of exploring his fascination with, but estrangement from, the female.[citation needed] Leiber liked cats, which feature prominently in many of his stories. Tigerishka, for example, is a cat-like alien who is sexually attractive to the human protagonist yet repelled by human customs in the novel The Wanderer. Leiber's "Gummitch" stories feature a kitten with an I.Q. of 160, just waiting for his ritual cup of coffee so that he can become human, too. His first stories were inspired by the Cthulhu Mythos. Leiber later wrote several essays on Lovecraft such as "A Literary Copernicus" which formed key moments in the serious critical appreciation of Lovecraft's life and work. Leiber's first professional sale was "Two Sought Adventure" (Unknown, August 1939), which introduced his most famous characters, Fafhrd and the Gray Mouser. In 1943, his first two novels were serialized in Unknown (the supernatural horror-oriented Conjure Wife, partially inspired by his deleterious experiences on the faculty of Occidental College) and Astounding Science Fiction (Gather, Darkness). 1947 marked the publication of his first book, Night's Black Agents, a short story collection containing seven stories grouped as 'Modern Horrors', one as a 'Transition', and two grouped as 'Ancient Adventures': "The Sunken Land" and "Adept's Gambit", which are both stories of Fafhrd and the Gray Mouser. Book publication of the science fiction novel Gather, Darkness followed in 1950. It deals with a futuristic world that follows the Second Atomic Age which is ruled by scientists, until in the throes of a new Dark Age, the witches revolt. In 1951, Leiber was Guest of Honor at the World Science Fiction Convention in New Orleans. Further novels followed during the 1950s, and in 1958 The Big Time won the Hugo Award for Best Novel. Leiber published further books in the 1960s. His novel The Wanderer (1964) also received the Hugo for Best Novel. In the novel, an artificial planet, quickly nicknamed the Wanderer, materializes from hyperspace within earth's orbit. The Wanderer's gravitational field captures the moon and shatters it into something like one of Saturn's rings. On Earth, the Wanderer's gravity well triggers massive earthquakes, tsunamis, and tidal phenomena. The multi-threaded plot follows the exploits of a large ensemble cast as they struggle to survive the global disaster. Leiber received the Hugo Award for Best Novella in 1970 and 1971 for "Ship of Shadows" (1969) and "Ill Met in Lankhmar" (1970). "Gonna Roll the Bones" (1967), his contribution to Harlan Ellison's Dangerous Visions anthology, received the Hugo Award for Best Novelette and the Nebula Award for Best Novelette in 1968. Our Lady of Darkness (1977)—originally serialized in short form in The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction under the title "The Pale Brown Thing" (1977)—featured cities as the breeding grounds for new types of elementals called paramentals, summonable by the dark art of megapolisomancy, with such activities centering on the Transamerica Pyramid. Its main characters include Franz Westen, Jaime Donaldus Byers, and the magician Thibault de Castries. Our Lady of Darkness won the World Fantasy Award—Novel.
Views: 36 Sunbooks
Prisoners of Gravity: Writers' Workshops/Clarion (Part 2 of 3)
 
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Airdate: November 10, 1993 Commander Rick gets some very helpful advice on how to become a better writer from six instructors and four graduates of Clarion, the premiere writers' workshops for science fiction and fantasy writers. The instructors include Clarion co-founders, science fiction authors Damon Knight (Creating Short Fiction) and Kate Wilhelm (Death Qualified), Harlan Ellison (The Essential Ellison), Kristine Kathryn Rusch (editor, The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction), Geoff Ryman (Was) and Connie Willis (Doomsday Book). The former students include writers Kim Antieau ("The Mark Of The Beast"), James Alan Gardner ("The Reckoning Of Gifts"), Nina Kiriki Hoffman ("Savage Breasts") and William F. Wu ("Hong's Lost and Found Emporium").
Views: 1183 Teddog3000
David Gerrold receiving 2014 Bram Stoker Award for short fiction horror
 
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Renowned multi-award winning sci-fi author and screenwriter, David Gerrold receives the 2014 Bram Stoker Award for Superior Achievement in Short Fiction for "Night Train to Paris" published in The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, January/February 2013.
Views: 185 Cary Kozlov
Episode 006 – “The Thousand Year Tart” by Charles Payseur
 
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Episode 006 – “The Thousand Year Tart” by Charles Payseur. Text version published in Fantasy Scroll Magazine Issue #5, February 2015. Read by Rachel Aronov. For more fantasy and science fiction stories, visit http://fantasyscrollmag.com
Episode 004 – “Tempest Fugit” by Christine Borne
 
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Episode 003 – “The White Snake” by Laurie Tom. Text version published in Fantasy Scroll Magazine Issue #5, February 2015. Read by Rachel Aronov. For more fantasy and science fiction short stories, visit http://fantasyscrollmag.com
Charlie Jane Anders: 2016 National Book Festival
 
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Charlie Jane Anders discusses "All the Birds in the Sky" with Barrie Hardymon from NPR at the 2016 Library of Congress Book Festival in Washington, D.C. Speaker Biography: Charlie Jane Anders is a novelist and a former founding editor of io9.com, where she was best-known for writing geeky articles, advice columns on writing, movie reviews and television show recaps. She has published over 100 short stories which have appeared in various anthologies and Asimov's Science Fiction, The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction and Apex Magazine. Anders' work has been nominated for the Nebula and Theodore Sturgeon awards, and she has received a Lambda Literary Award, an Emperor Norton Award and a Hugo. Her novels include award-winning "Six Months, Three Days" and her latest, "All the Birds in the Sky" , about two childhood friends-one with magical powers and the other a genius inventor-working to save the world. For transcript and more information, visit http://www.loc.gov/today/cyberlc/feature_wdesc.php?rec=7558
Views: 875 LibraryOfCongress

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