Reviews and Blog Posts: Science Fiction

Philip K. Dick Festival

The Crack in Space

The first ever Philip K. Dick festival is being held in Blackhawk, Colorado on August 13,14 and 15. This area of Colorado was the setting for the Hugo Award-winning novel, The Man in the High Castle.

Did you know that Philip K. Dick (1928 - 1982) is buried in Fort Morgan, Colorado? He authored more than 50 novels and 200 short stories! Many of his works have been adapted for the big screen

Happy Birthday Joss Whedon!

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Many know Joss Whedon as the creator of Buffy, Angel, Captain Mal, Echo and Dr. Horrible - but did you know he wrote the first Toy Story screenplay?

Joss's Genius on the Small Screen:

Not only is Joss Whedon a first rate director, he has penned many graphic novels and comic books!

Happy Birthday Bruce Campbell!

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Happy Birthday to Bruce Campbell! His autobiography, If Chins Could Kill, is a hilarious trip through his high school days in Michigan with pal Sam Raimi all the way to Hollywood.

The Hitchhiker's Guide to Daleks

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Sci-Fi fans will revel in this Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy style homage to Doctor Who's greatest enemy, the Daleks.

The Denver Public Library owns the BBC and the Hollywood versions of The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy films and gobs and gobs of Doctor Who, though my favorite Doctor Who of all is David Tennant.

The Windup Girl Wins Nebula Award

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The Nebula Awards are selected by the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America annually. This year, The Windup Girl by Paolo Bacigalupi, was their clear choice.

Previous notable Nebula Award winners include:

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