Illustrators of the Future in the News

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Kevin Hopkins' art Star Trek the Long Way Home

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Illustrator in the Spotlight: Kevin Hopkins

Kevin Hopkins won the L. Ron Hubbard Illustrators of the Future Contest in 1990. His art appears in L. Ron Hubbard presents Writers of the Future Volume 6. His latest project for Bye Bye, Robot will be of interest to Star Trek fans.
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Illustrating for the Future
by Frank Kelly-Freas

When L. Ron Hubbard founded his Writers of the Future Contest in 1983, it was the initial step in his total program of support for all the talents needed to make a new Golden Age of SF.

At the very end of the 1930s, L. Ron Hubbard was asked to bolster the young John W. Campbell’s Astounding Science Fiction magazine. He then swiftly also played a pivotal role in the founding of a sister publication for fantasy, –more–
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