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Kim Stanley Robinson’s Mars Trilogy heading to TV

I can’t be the only person thinking there isn’t enough Sci-Fi on television these days (we miss you Star Trek…), so I won’t be the only one excited to hear that yet another Science-Fiction show has been picked up by a major network. This time the Science Fiction show is ‘Mars’ based on the hugely […]

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Kim Stanley Robinson on The Fall & Rise of Utopias…

Kim Stanley Robinson on The Fall & Rise of Utopias… 

Once a driving force of political change, utopian visions – a community or society possessing highly desirable or perfect qualities – are now out of fashion… In SFF these days it’s all about dystopia – a community or society that is in some important way undesirable or frightening – such as The Hunger Games. But […]

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Shaman by Kim Stanley Robinson

Shaman by Kim Stanley Robinson
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Kim Stanley Robinson’s latest novel is a foray into the scarcely read world of prehistoric fantasy. It is a raw story, stripped of knights and kingdoms, cities and armies. Instead of these tropes, the story focuses intensely on human relationships and quests of necessity, for food and fire and an old kind of honor that […]

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2312 by Kim Stanley Robinson

2312 by Kim Stanley Robinson
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2312 is set, rather unsurprisingly, in the year 2312. A time when scientific and technological advances have helped humanity to spread out and inhabit the solar system. Humans have terraformed anything they can land on into something wonderful, so now they can beach it up in the centre of an asteroid or walk the surface […]

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