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Author Archive: UncleGeoff

Geoff Willmetts has been editor at SFCrowsnest for some 15 plus years now, showing a versatility and knowledge in not only Science Fiction, but also the sciences and arts, all of which has been displayed here through editorials, reviews, articles and stories. With the latter, he has been running a short story series under the title of ‘Psi-Kicks’
If you want to contribute to SFCrowsnest, read the guidelines and show him what you can do. If it isn’t usable, he spends as much time telling you what the problems is as he would with material he accepts. This is largely how he got called an Uncle, as in Dutch Uncle. He’s not actually Dutch but hails from the west country in the UK.

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Pregnancy Paws: a Psi-Kicks story by: GF Willmetts.

May 5, 2019 | By | Reply More
Pregnancy Paws: a Psi-Kicks story by: GF Willmetts.

‘For a reality that isn’t stanya…stable, it’s lasting a long time’, MacKensie commented, watching Callane Oberon eat her diet of grubs. Her knack for finding restaurants that could feed them both also ensured he had a descent steak and vegetables so he couldn’t complain. He was nursing a black eye after interrupting a mugging. Callane […]

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X MARKS THE SPOT

May 5, 2019 | By | Reply More
X MARKS THE SPOT

HARDBACK TO ENLARGED PAPERBACK Magnificent Principia: Exploring Issac Newton’s Masterpiece by Colin Park (pub: Prometheus Books. 256 page illustrated indexed enlarged paperback. Price: $18.00 (US), $19.00 (CAN). ISBN: 978-1-63388-568-4. Ebook: Price: $11.99 (US). ISBN: 978-1-61614-746-4) check out websites: www.prometheusbooks.com released: 16 April This edition has a new introduction     HARDBACK TO SMALL ENLARGED PAPERBACK […]

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Pulsar (a SF short film from DUST).

May 4, 2019 | By | Reply More
Pulsar (a SF short film from DUST).

For your entertainment, a short film called ‘Pulsar‘ which is directed by Aurora Fearnley. In this film, a Peacemaker, who rejects his final mission to save an endangered planet, is believed to be cursed when a solar storm hits his spaceship.

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Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back (again) says Moonpig.

May 4, 2019 | By | Reply More
Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back (again) says Moonpig.

For those who want to see something unusual, here’s 676 greeting cards which Moonpig used in creating the Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back-related picture above. It took 16 hours to out together and 16 feet tall and as you can see watching the clip above, a lot of busy people. All the cards are […]

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Doctor Who: The Twin Dilemma by Anthony Steven (DVD review).

May 3, 2019 | By | Reply More
Doctor Who: The Twin Dilemma by Anthony Steven (DVD review).

There are two plot threads to follow in the sixth regeneration of the Doctor (now actor Colin Baker) as he has become rather unstable with panic attacks and nearly strangling Peri Brown (actress Nicola Bryant). He does find a new set of tasteless contrasting coloured clothes along the way. This time, unlike his previous regenerations […]

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Beyond Human: Living With Robots And Cyborgs by Gregory Benford and Elisabeth Malartre (book review).

May 3, 2019 | By | Reply More
Beyond Human: Living With Robots And Cyborgs by Gregory Benford and Elisabeth Malartre (book review).

I bought ‘Beyond Human: Living With Robots And Cyborgs’ by Gregory Benford and Elizabeth Malartre several years back and with a bit of a lull now, have gotten into reading it. The title of the book clearly gives away the subject matter as it explores our reality and how cybernetic technology is rebuilding us. Although […]

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Film Directing Shot By Shot by Steven D. Katz (book review).

May 2, 2019 | By | Reply More
Film Directing Shot By Shot by Steven D. Katz (book review).

I wasn’t reviewing publisher Michael Wiese Productions when they first released Steven D. Katz’ book, ‘Film Directing Shot By Shot’ so I came into this 25th anniversary edition with an initial surprise that it is both bigger in size and page count than their usual product. Much of this difference is because this book covers […]

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The Apollo Missions In The Astronauts’ Own Words by Rod Pyle (book review).

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The Apollo Missions In The Astronauts’ Own Words by Rod Pyle (book review).

Rod Pyle seems to be involved in a lot with space books this year. This one, ‘The Apollo Missions In The Astronauts’ Own Words’, unlike the others is closer to being a photo album with some rare photographs, making it a decent companion piece to them. Pyle gives information about the missions interspersed with dialogue […]

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Zero Hour: Crisis In Time by Dan Jurgens and Jerry Ordway (graphic novel review).

May 1, 2019 | By | Reply More
Zero Hour: Crisis In Time by Dan Jurgens and Jerry Ordway (graphic novel review).

In the introduction to the graphic novel of ‘Zero Hour: Crisis In Time’, artist/writer Dan Jurgens points out the problems of discovering that while giving Oliver Queen his 45th birthday in the ‘Green Arrow’ comic-book, the effect that would have on all the other characters in the DC Universe, who must surely be of a […]

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Bulletproof: Writing Scripts That Don’t Get Shot Down by David Diamond and David Weissman (book review).

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Bulletproof: Writing Scripts That Don’t Get Shot Down by David Diamond and David Weissman (book review).

David Diamond and David Weissman’s book, ‘Bulletproof: Writing Scripts That Don’t Get Shot Down’ has nothing to do with providing your script with a flak jacket and a heavy lining of Kevlar but all to do with not writing scripts with plot-holes in them. It took them 5 years to break into the Hollywood scriptwriting […]

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