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[SF/F/H Link Post] George R.R. Martin’s Next Move, How to Raise a Moral Robot, Studio Ghibli Fan Art

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  • Boom Island Brewing Company in Minneapolis MN is proud to announce a unique fundraising event aimed at comic book and craft beer aficionados on Friday, May 1, 2015. Renowned comic writer/artist Bill Willingham (Fables, Fairest, Jack of Fables) will autograph the personally designed label of Boom Island Brewing Company’s Belgian strong “Gravity No. 9.” A portion of the proceeds from this event will be donated to the Hero Initiative, a non-profit organization created to support comic artists and writers in need of emergency medical aid or financial support.
  • Infinite Worlds of Science Fiction” exhibit Lands at EMP Museum here in Seattle.
  • The Science Fiction and Fantasy Convention will be held at the Sheraton Orlando North Hotel Friday, September 25th 2015 – Sunday, September 27th 2015.

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  • 11/9: a technothriller novel – A technothriller in the Michael Crichton vein. Terrorists attempting an attack bigger than 9/11.
  • Galactic Battles Open Movie Project – The film is technically classified as a Fan-Film, and features ships and characters from Star Trek, Star Wars, Mass Effect and Halo. This mashup film will pit the franchises against each other, as well as build alliances with each other in one intense inter-galactic battle.

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1 Comment on [SF/F/H Link Post] George R.R. Martin’s Next Move, How to Raise a Moral Robot, Studio Ghibli Fan Art

  1. Thanks for the mention!
    Colin–Geek Smash

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