Digital Science Fiction Not Dead Yet

Welcome all to the long overdue Digital Science Fiction status report. We’ve been awfully quiet lately, sleeping parrot quiet. I have received a lot of questions on the status of the Digital Science Fiction anthologies, where book 5…

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Congratulations Martin L Shoemaker

Two time Digital Science Fiction author Martin L. Shoemaker has earned a very impressive Second Place prize in the 2012 Jim Baen Memorial Writing Contest.  This contest is for stories that show the near future of manned space…

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Congratulations Ken Liu

I’d like to congratulate Ken Liu for not one, but two, Nebula award nominations. The Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America proudly announced the nominees for the 2011 Nebula Awards (presented 2012). Included for Ken are the…

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Thrillers With a Science Fiction Edge

Thrillers With a Science Fiction Edge Frequently, exploring the edges of the science fiction genre expands the reading possibilities of most genre readers.  Sometimes it is near future murder mysteries, or science fantasy, other times it is science…

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The Mother Anthony by Martin L. Shoemaker

I am thrilled to introduce “The Mother Anthony” by Martin L. Shoemaker, available now for Kindle and Kindle Apps at Amazon.com, from publisher Old Town Press. “The Mother Anthony” (11,300 words, approximately 60 pages in print) tells how…

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Imperial Odyssey Short Story Competition

The Imperial Odyssey franchise is holding a writing competition with a $100 grand prize. This is a chance for all fans, old and new alike, to share their stories and creativity in the Imperial Odyssey universe. Entry is…

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Book Review: Robot Dreams by Isaac Asimov

by Mark Aragona The legendary Asimov is well-known for writing books by the hundreds, each brimming with ideas. More often than not, though, character takes a back seat to the hard science fiction topics, particularly in his “Foundation”…

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