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Very concise summary: Mark Watney is Robinson Crusoe on Mars without pal Friday to keep him company. He has to figure out how to survive until the next Mars mission arrives.
There have been a few books recently such as Robopocalypse and Ready Player One, that read like they have been written to be made into movies This book is one of those. I swayed between three and four stars on this one and finally kicked it up to four.
Craig Saunders is a prolific British horror and fantasy author who has published over 30 novels and novellas that explore when brutal supernatural horrors impact ordinary life. His books include Rain, A Stranger’s Grave, Deadlift and Vigil while his short fiction has appeared in the Aeon Press anthology Box of Delights and in issue 36 […]
Jan 23, 2015 – Albedo One proudly announces the launch of the Tenth International Aeon Award Short Fiction Contest, 2015. The Aeon Award is a writing competition, and its goals are to promote writers and writing in all the speculative fiction genres, including science fiction, fantasy, horror or anything unclassifiable or in-between. The contest is open to writers from all nationalities for stories of up to 10,000 words long, […]
In the 1960s I can remember rushing to get to the TV to watch the BBC Science Fiction series, Out of the Unknown. The one-hour episodes, largely in black and white, contained drama based on short stories from many of the authors of the so-called Golden Age, including Isaac Asimov, John Wyndham, William Tenn, Frederik Pohl, John Brunner and Ray Bradbury. Though repeated a year or two later, since then they have never appeared on TV screens and unfortunately for various reasons only 20 of the original 49 episodes remain but the BFI has put all available material together, plus lots of extras, on a seven disc DVD package.
16 Jan 2015 – The Interim Judges Panel for the International Aeon Award Short Fiction Contest 2014 are delighted to announce those stories added to the contest shortlist after the fourth and final round of the 2014 competition, which ran from October 1 to November 30. In this final round, the judges had to consider the same number of stories […]
Aeon Press is delighted to highlight the release of the 2nd Edition of David Murphy’s collection of fine speculative fiction short stories, Lost Notes, first published in 2004. For many years out of print, you can now own your own copy for the special reduced price of 10 euro total (i.e. including postage & packaging). What’s more, for an even […]