Monthly Archives: October 2016

Joseph Green is “Running Wild” after his NASA career–and still writing SciFi

A 37-year veteran of the American space program, retired from NASA at age 66, Joseph “Joe” Green wrote five novels, with a sixth on the way. More than 70 of his short stories and nonfiction essays have been published in iconic and long-running magazines such as Analog: Science Fiction … Continue reading

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Sam Bellotto Jr: “I want to be a cyborg”

NEWS FLASH: Sam is in hospital again. 12-May-2017 issue of Perihelion Science Fiction may be delayed. It’s all too easy to overlook signs of Transient Ischaemic Attack (TIA, aka mini-stroke). When blood flow to part of the brain stops for a … Continue reading

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Men in Kilts, Ghosts of Culloden inspired Diana Gabaldon’s #Outlander – and saved my marriage

NOTE: Scroll to the end if it’s ghosts you want to read about. Never thought I’d become a stark, raving Outlander fan, but thanks to novelist Diane Ryan (aka Rhonda Kay), I’ve joined the legions of Droughtlanders (in the purgatory … Continue reading

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