Practical Tips And A New Review

Kyt has uploaded a review of Red Mars by Kim Stanley Robinson and Mark has given us all some practical tips on surviving in space without a spacesuit. Have a look; and don’t forget to bring a towel.

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How Long Can You Survive Without A Spacesuit?

by Mark Aragona If you write space-based science fiction you may have to craft scenes where an unfortunate soul gets blown out into space without benefit of a protective suit. An accident—an explosion on deck, debris punching through…

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First Contact Author And Story Line Up

I’m very pleased to present the First Contact – Digital Science Fiction Anthology 1 line up: Ian Creasey — How I Lost Eleven Stone and Found Love Ed Greenwood — Biting a Dead Man’s Hand Ken Liu —…

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New Articles From Mark And Kyt

New articles from Mark and Kyt this week. Please have a look at Mark’s post on a breakthrough implant, and Kyt’s terrific review of Accelerando by Charles Stross.

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Site Migration Complete

The site migration is complete. All email should now be getting through and downtime should be a thing of the past. If you are expecting email from us, and don’t see it, please check your spam/junk folder. We…

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Breakthrough Implant Lets Paralyzed Man Walk Again

By Mark Aragona Forget about exoskeletons—a specially-designed electric device just may do the trick. Rob Summers, a 25-year old native of Portland, Oregon, was the victim of a hit-and-run in 2006. While he survived, Summers was paralyzed from…

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Book Review: Accelerando by Charles Stross

by Kyt Dotson At its core, science fiction is a speculative look at how technology and futurism affects humanity. Are we the same people we were in the early 1900’s when entertainment meant going out and accompanying one…

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Site Hosting Changes Planned

Site Down — We are moving the blog/site to a new host tonight. There may be some down-time and off behavior. Also, if you have sent an email or used the contact form in the last 24 hours…

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Submissions Temporarily Closed

Submissions for books two and three are now closed. We will review our submission status on June 15, 2011, so please check back then. We are on track for publication of book one in early June; watch for…

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