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I was doing volunteer work to help set up the convention today. The actual convention starts on Thursday morning.
Here are a few pictures I took...
Is it an issue of "Authentic Science Fiction Monthly."
I'm watching it right now and it's as good as most science fiction films of recent times!
This banner is displayed at every World Science Fiction Convention.
A Stainless Steel Trio by Harry Harrison. (revisiting the classics of Science Fiction)
Attending the WSFS (World Science Fiction Society)business meeting at the Worldcon, Chicon 7.
Apollo 13 was also one of the first space movies that wasn't science fiction.
Go back in time, and this would certainly have been the equivalent of science fiction.
The fan village at Loncon 3, the 72nd World Science Fiction Convention in London, England.
...I leave for Spokane, Washington to attend the 73rd World Science Fiction Convention. I'll also be seeing the sights in and around the city of...
Costumes from a science fiction tv series.
...performed live by the Worldcon Philharmonic Orchestra.
Part of a 2 hour concert tonight at the 72nd World Science Fiction Convention.
December 16, 1917: Arthur Charles Clarke, British science fiction author, is born in Minehead, Somerset.
That is really neat. Have you read a lot of them?
Just finished reading John Scalzi's new book "Lock In."
Very good science fiction - and a detective story to boot. Highly recommend.
Check out the science fiction thread. I think we've discussed it there.
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Evening party floors at the World Science Fiction Convention.
The first science fiction novel I ever read was Marion Zimmerman Bradley's The Colors of Space. I still have that copy to this day.
...gibsons spook county and zero ??. I haven't read any science fiction for years. Any reccomendations on where to start again, besides Gibson?
...that I've read but at the time, didn't consider were science fiction - in the conventional sense.
How many science fiction authors who's...
Well you'll probably be busy with your sci-fi adventures.
I don't download movies to my iPad but if I did, the first would be "Brazil," the greatest science fiction/fantasy film of all time.
Zite - Customizable News Magazine
Blastr - Science Fiction Magazine
Dvice - New Gadgets Magazine
Flipboard - Social Magazine
All are free apps...
No haven't read any Scalzi but I will certainly go find some to read, you have piqued my interest :)
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Listening to Star Wars music performed live by the Worldcon Philharmonic Orchestra at Loncon 3, the 72nd World Science Fiction Convention.
As always, I'm late to a party (and I loves me some Science Fiction - how'd I miss this thread?).
Darkangelwitch: Have you read "Old Man's War"...
Reading science fiction certainly does require suspension of disbelief. A well written story can be enjoyable though,no matter how speculative the...
Not a major science fiction writer. These books were ghost written by writers hired by the publisher. They were of a type sometimes called...
Yes, they were. I was there for the World Science Fiction Convention.
Ok, this isn't science fiction but it might as well be, if you have access to BBC iPlayer check out Secret Universe: The Hidden Life Of The Cell....
Looks like the cover art (illustration) for a classic science fiction novel. The style is very familiar, but I don't recognize the novel. If I'm...
Setting up the convention centre for the World Science Fiction Convention.
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Now you can nominate it for the Hugo Award next year.
I don't recall reading or viewing any science fiction in which the Utopian ideal wasn't flawed.
Humans are imperfect. We'll never get it...
...photos of the WSFS business meeting.FYI,WSFS stands for the World Science Fiction Society.
I'd love to go to a science fiction convention, but my budget doesn't allow for both buying lots of books and going to conventions. :)
Wow! I didn't know that.
...[ATTACH] Among other awards, the movie won the Hugo Award for best dramatic presentation at Chicon 2000, the 58th World Science Fiction Convention.
For those less familiar with early science fiction animation, this is a supposed to be vintage Astro Boy. I think I came...