Sunday, March 2, 2008

Light Reading for a Sunday Afternoon, Vol. V

Here are a few recent news pieces worth reading:

At the Martian Museum Art's Outasight in Outer Space,” by Alice Jones, The Independent, Feb. 28, 2008. London’s Barbican has a new exhibition, Martian Museum of Terrestrial Art, whose mission is “to interpret and understand contemporary art.”

Ground Zero for Apocalypse,” by John Weeks, The Sun, Feb. 23, 2008. An Inland Empire newspaper details Robert Reginald’s recent book, Invasion! (2007), “a trilogy of tales inspired by H. G. Wells’s classic SF novel War of the Worlds.”

Craving Science Fiction Films,” by Pamela Scott Shelton, American Chronicle, Feb. 19, 2008. Craving quality sci-fi films, Shelton mentions Red Planet (2000), starring Val Kilmer and Carrie-Anne Moss, in a positive light.

Bradbury Building Future Writers,” by Michael Aushenker, Palisadian-Post, Feb. 13, 2008. Speaking to aspiring writers in California, Ray Bradbury cites the influence Edgar Rice Burroughs has had upon his career.

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