Thursday, May 26, 2011
Complete Table of Contents for Galaxis: The Worlds of Science & Science Fiction
Written by John Zipperer at 1:39 PM
String Theory's Father: Q&A with Leonard Susskind, science rock star
Scientist on a Mission: In an exclusive interview, Michio Kaku talks about the future – that's being built today
The Long March of Star Wolf: David Gerrold's classic space war novels deserve to be filmed
The Paper Rumor Mill: How fans got their news before the internet
Remembering Moonbase Alpha
Heart-to-Heart Talk: Deepak Srivastava talks stem cells
When 14-Year-Olds Saved Humanity: How Gundam puts U.S. animation to shame
A Larger View: Photo essay on how NASA has broadened our universe
The Lathe of Heaven: Ursula K. Le Guin's brainy SF classic on TV
Michael Medved & Robot Monster
Real Space, Real People: It's finally happening: Real people in space
Viewscreen: Introducing Galaxis; science fiction and science are already everywhere
Launch Tube: Galactica back x2? Can America still be a futurist technology leader? And more news
Question Time: Author and anthropologist Mary Doria Russell
Discoveries: Where can you see a real dinosaur today? We've got the photos to show you.
Reviewscreen: Science fiction and fact from around the world: K-20: The Fiend with Twenty Faces, The Secrets of the Chess Machine. Plus: Potter, Kaku, and Eerie Publications
Next Issue: The future in Galaxis
All of that can be found in the July 2011 issue of Galaxis (volume 1, number 1!). It's easy to get your hands on it: You can view and download a free digital copy of the magazine at issuu or you can buy a print-on-demand copy from MagCloud.
Let me know what you think about the magazine. I am already hard at work on the second issue.