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  • Cecil Castellucci of Stone in the Sky and Rachel Searles if The Stolen Moon will appear at Mysterious Galaxy Books in San Diego, CA on Friday March 27th at 6:00 PM for a signing focused on SF for teens, and middle grade readers, but of interest to readers of all ages.
  • At UCF Celebrates the Arts 2015 in Orlando, FL on Friday, April 10, 2015 at 7:30 PM, music, science and film come together in the stunning, multimedia work, Icarus at the Edge of Time, a collaboration by Philip Glass, Brian Greene, David Henry Hwang, and Al+Al. Icarus at the Edge of Time is a mesmerizing tale set in outer space about a boy who challenges the awesome might of a black hole. Based on the children’s book by physicist Brian Greene, this futuristic re-imagining of the classic myth features an original score by Philip Glass, a script adapted by Brian Greene and David Henry Hwang, and a film created and directed by Al + Al.

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  • Brisbane, Australia-based artist Michael Palmer of Voodoo Delicious re-purposes vintage teacups, transmogrifying them into awesome unsettling, yet delightful works of sculpture containing Squid, Octopus, baby Cthulhu, and other tentacled occupants. Only the vast and indifferent cosmos knows why these tentacular horror abandoned the sea, but whatever you do, don’t try to drink them.
  • You need a pair of dueling Jedi and Sith Squirrels in your life. Luckily there’s a set available on eBay, and your wife will totally understand. Trust me.

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