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  • Groups | Barney Spigel | Project Hieroglyph
    Password Copyright Notice 2012 2014 Arizona Board of Regents on behalf of Arizona State University All rights reserved Contact Us Hieroglyph is a project of the Center for Science and the Imagination and a global collective of writers and researchers Email us regarding this project Go to the contact form Research and Terms In addition to being a place to collaborate Hieroglyph is also an ongoing research project Read the

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  • Conversations | Barney Spigel | Project Hieroglyph
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  • Follow | Barney Spigel | Project Hieroglyph
    Notice 2012 2014 Arizona Board of Regents on behalf of Arizona State University All rights reserved Contact Us Hieroglyph is a project of the Center for Science and the Imagination and a global collective of writers and researchers Email us regarding this project Go to the contact form Research and Terms In addition to being a place to collaborate Hieroglyph is also an ongoing research project Read the data privacy

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  • Docs | Barney Spigel | Project Hieroglyph
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  • Neal Stephenson | Project Hieroglyph
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  • Analog | Project Hieroglyph
    occasionally publishes SF and SF short stories sponsored by Intel a program run by Brian David Johnson Another precursor is the design fiction movement with which Bruce Sterling is associated Gregory Benford s anthology Starship Century focused on space travel was edited in parellel with Hieroglyph And there is the discipline of Foresight Studies which both Madeline Ashby and Karl Schroeder studied in graduate school And there are individual authors such as Kim Stanley Robinson who have been writing this way all along In 1978 when I was in high school my father John Cramer became a science columnist for his favorite science fiction magazine Analog formerly known as Astounding back when it was edited by John W Campbell Astounding was the flagship magazine of Golden Age SF When my dad was an undergraduate at Rice he submitted his first attempts at stories to Campbell This was very meaningful to him later when he was nominated for the John W Campbell Award for his hard SF novel Twistor When I became an editor in the 1980s that was the job I wanted But Analog s editor Stan Schmidt remained its editor until about two years ago Instead I have edited about thirty anthologies including two hard SF books The Ascent of Wonder and The Hard SF Renaissance In August of 1967 my parents threw a farewell party for a man who was leaving Seattle to go to Mars Yes to Mars I remember how the condensation on the glasses of the adults gin and tonics bent the light him leaning against the dishwasher talking about training to become an astronaut I was five years old Joe Allen was leaving the University of Washington s Nuclear Physics Laboratory where he was a postdoc to join NASA as one of the first scientist astronauts There would be Apollo missions to be followed by laboratories on the Moon and then there was to be a mission to Mars You know he never got there Nor did he get his lunar laboratory But he did get to space We are asking science fiction to change We are asking for a science fiction that won t hang back arguing with itself but will instead leap at the possibility that SF can create a better world Like all writers who come here we want you to read our book and tell all your friends And your enemies too But we ask more of you We want you to participate in the Hieroglyph community and imagine better futures We want you to think about infrastructure Hal Clement when asked why his stories mostly lack villains replied that the Universe is antagonist enough Think long term think survival not just for us as individuals but for humanity and for the species with which we share our Earth We are on the surface of a planet right now Astronomy teaches us how rare and precious is this Earth Let us learn how to remain Our book is the beginning

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  • Brian David Johnson | Project Hieroglyph
    Review occasionally publishes SF and SF short stories sponsored by Intel a program run by Brian David Johnson Another precursor is the design fiction movement with which Bruce Sterling is associated Gregory Benford s anthology Starship Century focused on space travel was edited in parellel with Hieroglyph And there is the discipline of Foresight Studies which both Madeline Ashby and Karl Schroeder studied in graduate school And there are individual authors such as Kim Stanley Robinson who have been writing this way all along In 1978 when I was in high school my father John Cramer became a science columnist for his favorite science fiction magazine Analog formerly known as Astounding back when it was edited by John W Campbell Astounding was the flagship magazine of Golden Age SF When my dad was an undergraduate at Rice he submitted his first attempts at stories to Campbell This was very meaningful to him later when he was nominated for the John W Campbell Award for his hard SF novel Twistor When I became an editor in the 1980s that was the job I wanted But Analog s editor Stan Schmidt remained its editor until about two years ago Instead I have edited about thirty anthologies including two hard SF books The Ascent of Wonder and The Hard SF Renaissance In August of 1967 my parents threw a farewell party for a man who was leaving Seattle to go to Mars Yes to Mars I remember how the condensation on the glasses of the adults gin and tonics bent the light him leaning against the dishwasher talking about training to become an astronaut I was five years old Joe Allen was leaving the University of Washington s Nuclear Physics Laboratory where he was a postdoc to join NASA as one of the first scientist astronauts There would be Apollo missions to be followed by laboratories on the Moon and then there was to be a mission to Mars You know he never got there Nor did he get his lunar laboratory But he did get to space We are asking science fiction to change We are asking for a science fiction that won t hang back arguing with itself but will instead leap at the possibility that SF can create a better world Like all writers who come here we want you to read our book and tell all your friends And your enemies too But we ask more of you We want you to participate in the Hieroglyph community and imagine better futures We want you to think about infrastructure Hal Clement when asked why his stories mostly lack villains replied that the Universe is antagonist enough Think long term think survival not just for us as individuals but for humanity and for the species with which we share our Earth We are on the surface of a planet right now Astronomy teaches us how rare and precious is this Earth Let us learn how to remain Our book is the

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  • Bruce Sterling | Project Hieroglyph
    occasionally publishes SF and SF short stories sponsored by Intel a program run by Brian David Johnson Another precursor is the design fiction movement with which Bruce Sterling is associated Gregory Benford s anthology Starship Century focused on space travel was edited in parellel with Hieroglyph And there is the discipline of Foresight Studies which both Madeline Ashby and Karl Schroeder studied in graduate school And there are individual authors such as Kim Stanley Robinson who have been writing this way all along In 1978 when I was in high school my father John Cramer became a science columnist for his favorite science fiction magazine Analog formerly known as Astounding back when it was edited by John W Campbell Astounding was the flagship magazine of Golden Age SF When my dad was an undergraduate at Rice he submitted his first attempts at stories to Campbell This was very meaningful to him later when he was nominated for the John W Campbell Award for his hard SF novel Twistor When I became an editor in the 1980s that was the job I wanted But Analog s editor Stan Schmidt remained its editor until about two years ago Instead I have edited about thirty anthologies including two hard SF books The Ascent of Wonder and The Hard SF Renaissance In August of 1967 my parents threw a farewell party for a man who was leaving Seattle to go to Mars Yes to Mars I remember how the condensation on the glasses of the adults gin and tonics bent the light him leaning against the dishwasher talking about training to become an astronaut I was five years old Joe Allen was leaving the University of Washington s Nuclear Physics Laboratory where he was a postdoc to join NASA as one of the first scientist astronauts There would be Apollo missions to be followed by laboratories on the Moon and then there was to be a mission to Mars You know he never got there Nor did he get his lunar laboratory But he did get to space We are asking science fiction to change We are asking for a science fiction that won t hang back arguing with itself but will instead leap at the possibility that SF can create a better world Like all writers who come here we want you to read our book and tell all your friends And your enemies too But we ask more of you We want you to participate in the Hieroglyph community and imagine better futures We want you to think about infrastructure Hal Clement when asked why his stories mostly lack villains replied that the Universe is antagonist enough Think long term think survival not just for us as individuals but for humanity and for the species with which we share our Earth We are on the surface of a planet right now Astronomy teaches us how rare and precious is this Earth Let us learn how to remain Our book is the beginning

    Original URL path: http://hieroglyph.asu.edu/tag/bruce-sterling/ (2015-06-26)
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