How L. Ron Hubbard made predictions of the future through his 10-Volume science fiction magnum opus, Mission Earth.
What is the best way to know what to write for any contest or magazine?
What was it like to win the Readers of the Future Contest and fly to Hollywood meeting some of the significant authors of my life?
Scott T. Barnes’s favorite Writers of the Future story “Tyson’s Turn.”
Just about everyone in the US is familiar with Valentine’s Day, celebrated worldwide on February 14, but few know the scientific achievements that share the same date….
Discover how L. Ron Hubbard weaves Arabian Nights lore and real-world adventure into a timeless a classic of the genre: Slaves of Sleep.
When hearing such heavy-weight names as Space Command or Space Force we could be forgiven for dreaming up images of space adventures and conquests.
A detailed environmental cleanup project for Earth was put forth in the 1983 SF novel Mission Earth by L. Ron Hubbard.
Another aspect to science fiction: by its nature most of it has an element of satire. It has been used by such notables as Mark Twain, Johannes Kepler, Samuel Butler, Jules Verne and Sir Thomas More. This becomes more obvious when the history of satire is examined and compared to science fiction.
In this next article in the series about authors and their stories, we talk about Ray Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451 and what inspired him to write the novel.