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Local author shocked by science fiction success

0 Science fiction author talks about new work at Davis' Avid Reader

Hess grew up with a love of reading science fiction and fantasy, which inspired him to finally write his first book, "Eyes of the Enemy" at the age of 41. Hess lives with his wife and son in Vacaville, where he has been busy working on the last two
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Twitter fiction: Niall Griffiths | Books | The Guardian

The writer takes up our Twitter-based challenge to come up with a story in 140 characters or fewer.
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Althouse: The fiction of nonfiction and the uninterestingness of …

Where the novelist has to start from scratch and endure the terrible labor of constructing a world, the nonfiction writer gets his world ready-made. Although it is a world by no means as coherent as the world of fiction, and is peopled by
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Weekly Top Five: Science fiction, the art of extrapolation

Weekly Top Five / Film Weekly Top Five: Science fiction, the art of extrapolation. Posted by Drew Hunt today at 09.00 AM. The cozy confines of Dead End Drive-In. As one of its late-night offerings, the Logan Theater is screening Philip Kaufman's remake
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Local author shocked by science fiction success

Doug L. Hoffman's books are marvelously over the top vehicles for his trained view of science fiction. Almost back-to-back are titillating stories he tells — in books titled “Parkers Folly and Peggy Sue.” On her return to earth Peggy Sue tells of the
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