Tag: science fiction

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Izumi Suzuki's Terminal Boredom

Join Diamond Bay Radio for a celebration of the Japanese science fiction author, Izumi Suzuki. In this episode, we interview Daniel Joseph, translator, about the first anthology of Suzuki’s science

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Who Painted A Wrinkle in Time?

There are many outstanding book jacket illustrations that were not credited or signed. Figuring out who painted them can be quite a challenge, and in the end it’s rare to find enough evidence to kno

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Zapf Punkt Spring Equinox 2021

Join us for the long-lived ninth issue of Zapf.Punkt. Download your free copy from Diamond Bay Press: Zapf.punkt 9 (Spring Equinox)Download from Diamond Bay Press In this issue, we present the Decode

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Ted White Interview

The amazing thing about Ted White is his fantastic memory. In a multi-hour interview, sponsored by the heroic team at Fanac, the editor, author, music-critic, and guru of science fiction fandom was i

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Futurecon 2020

Bubbling up in the simmering pot of our incomprehensible global pandemic, it is wonderful to realize that an event like Futurecon, has formed in the broth! The brainchild of many organizers, includin

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reCONvene 2020

The New England Science Fiction Association, NESFA, has been running cons for a while. Getting close to sixty consecutive years. They managed to squeak out a terrific Boskone 57 in February of 2020,

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Synthetic Drugs on a Bummel

The Song of Synth by Seb Doubinsky is a science fiction novel about about a strange new drug that creates a fungible boundary between our perceptions of real and virtual worlds. The story fits loose

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Zapf Punkt Spring Equinox 2020

It’s a global pandemic, time for the fifth issue of Zapf.Punkt. Download your free copy from Diamond Bay Press: Zapf.punkt 5 (Spring Equinox 2020)Download from Diamond Bay Press There are just so man

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Boskone 2020

For those of us born back in the halcyon years of the last century, the year 2020 always seemed like a futuristic milestone. Would we be jet-packing through blue skies in our post-scarcity economies

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Bookmarks at Arisia

Arisia 2020 was upbeat, considering the difficulties they had during the year. And the fan-driven aspect of Arisia seemed to be more tangible this year, with many freebies and flyers of interest For