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The Chronicles of Dreamland Inc. (Epoch 1) 
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FIRST CONTACT SCIENCE FACT Not rated yet
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The Weapon - an indie sci-fi film Not rated yet
Greetings! Check out the excerpts from the indie sci-fi film “The Weapon”. This film was made on a shoestring budget, and with enough interest, we …

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Trailer #1 for "Hellacious Acres : The Case of John Glass" Not rated yet
Trailer #1 for the sci-fi black comedy "Hellacious Acres : The Case of John Glass" feature film is now online. YouTube Video All other details …

The Alien Ambassador Not rated yet
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Book News: The Tete-Bech format returns to SF&F Not rated yet
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: CONTACT: William H. Cash Stonehedge Publishing 319.217.2831 surlyoldcat@q.com The Mythidria Chronicles: Rise of the Nightmare …

Beauty Has Her Way Anthology Not rated yet
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Riese: Kingdom Falling Not rated yet
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Fantasy Fantasy League Not rated yet
I have no idea how baseball or football managed to usurp the fantasy game title for so long, but it’s time to take back the reigns. Or at least join the …

OBI WAN FOR ME Not rated yet
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Zero Gravity: Adventures in Deep Space- Now Available Not rated yet
For immediate release Pill Hill Press, a small publisher of speculative fiction, is proud to announce the release of… Zero Gravity: Adventures in …

The Flying Bullet Update # 1 Not rated yet
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Lost Nigel Kneale Adaptation of 1984 Discovered in USA Not rated yet
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Dominant Life Form by Charles J. Marino
This book chronicles a secret project whose mission’s success or failure will determine the future of earth’s native intelligences. Find out more about Dominant Life Form here.

Kris Saknussemm’s new novel Zanesville is a wild, comic novel that blends literary with science fiction as it explores issues of religion, capitalism, and corporate culture in a futuristic America.

To find out more about Zanesville and to read a free excerpt from the book click here.



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SPOTLIGHT: Blurring boundaries with author Octavia Butler

Feminist brings humans into space, women into science fiction

By Erin Adler

Describing author Octavia Butler is a difficult task. Everyone always asks author Octavia Butler one question: Is she ever going to make her books into movies? Her answer: "Well, A. I don’t do that. B. A lot of stuff has been under option, but nothing’s ever come of it. And C. That’s OK." She admits it herself.

She’s not just a science fiction writer, though she’s written 13 books and the words science fiction often follow her name - as in - one of the few black female science fiction writers."

She’s not just a feminist, not just a recipient of the MacArthur Foundation "genius grant," not just a deep, luminous baritone on the other end of the telephone.

She might be, however, one of the most imaginative writers of her generation.

After a reading and book signing in Minneapolis last weekend (she read from this year’s "Fledgling"), Butler followed up by talking to the Daily about feminism, the space program and the diverse crop of science fiction writers.

In an autobiographical excerpt, you describe yourself as a feminist, among other things. How do you define the term?

Very, very simply - equal rights for women. Sometimes it gets all tangled up with thinking "I have to burn my bra - or those kind of things. I once met a woman who said she was a feminist but then apologized for her career - she designed lingerie. I asked, "Do you enjoy what you do? Do you feel like you’re good at it? Is anyone making you do it?" She had never thought of it that way.

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