Tons of great fiction is being produced by a host of emerging authors. Some of the most imaginative and powerful works are in these magazines.
Many magazines are now online for free and they (or other websites) are doing many stories in audio. These sites are drawing authors who are going on to big award nominations.
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Our final CAN•CON 2012 meeting and social will be held this coming Saturday October 13th at the Colonnade Restaurant on Metcalfe St. at 6 pm. We will also begin preliminary discussions about hopes, desires and expectations for CAN•CON 2013. Since we will be hosting Canvention 33 (and as a result host the Aurora awards ceremony) we think it’ll be a bit different from CAN•CON 2012.
CAN•CON 2012 is now over and what a great time we had! We’d like to thank everyone who made this event not only possible but the best one yet since our “revival” or as some have started calling it “Mark II”. While we did get some feedback at the closing ceremonies, we encourage you to let us know (if you haven’t already) about what you specifically did or didn’t enjoy about this year’s con.
CAN•CON 2012 would like to announce the daily registration rates. Although the full weekend membership really is the best deal, we realize some people may have other commitments during the weekend. There’s a lot going on in Ottawa this weekend and some people like to “have their cake and eat it too” so to speak and we won’t hold it against them.
Space. The final frontier. And NASA’s Voyager 1 spacecraft will be the first to get there as it enters the vast, turbulent expanse where the Sun’s influence ends and the solar winds buffet the thin gas between the stars and galaxies. (more…)
Google X Lab and Stanford University could be on their way to creating a visual cortex similar to a human infant — literally, a blank slate that learns and identifies objects from its surroundings. (more…)