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….
Tag Archive for: science fiction
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.
With so many people stuck at home, the threat of boredom is at an all-time high. Here are a few things to do when bored which always work for my family.
Is the world ending? Threats of global warming dominate the media—especially in light of environmental disasters. Are science fiction stories warning us?
The science fiction sub-genre of Space Opera has not always been the most popular category in sci-fi books.
L. Ron Hubbard Presents Writers of the Future Volume 34 debuts 12 new voices of creativity and diversity in science fiction and fantasy literature.
A full spectrum of short stories from techno-thrillers and Arabian Nights fantasy to humorous sarcasm and poetic inspiration.
We decided to approach Terl for his suggested back to school list of books to read, and we were surprised when he agreed to provide his list.
We are very excited to be heading back to Atlanta for Dragon Con 2017. In preparation for this and for the very BIG surprise we are bringing with us—quite in addition to the new mass market paperback release—we thought we would recap on last year’s event.