Category Archives: Frontier

Current work…writing scripts

For the last few months, on top of travelling and attending a bazillion courses, I’ve been writing. I’ve written five short scripts in the world of THE 23RD LETTER. I’ve written two more in the world of STATUS: REFUGEE. I’ve … Continue reading

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Gliese 581

Of course, this is not the first time we have seen Gliese 581 (HO Librae). In 2214, we’ll send a Seedship.

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Frontier: A Changed Man

Kibwe had returned home a changed man. Kibwe had always wanted to be a pilot. From an early age he made airfoils from balsa and drove his parents to distraction with his attention to detail, his constant entreaties to be … Continue reading

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The Final Frontier. No, really.

Ian Sales writes on his blog: And sometimes those imaginations run a little too free. A lot of science fiction is set in outer space, or on worlds which orbit other stars. Or, indeed, other types of celestial objects, both … Continue reading

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Frontier fiction: The Emotion Elective

AMARA would always marvel at the human capacity for self-deception; the ability to believe something even though the facts were plentiful for the contrary, even though nothing but faith supported the hypothesis. For some humans in the North, there was … Continue reading

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