'Jurassic Park 4' Delayed We hope you weren't counting too heavily on Jurassic Park 4 making its projected summer 2014 release date, because it looks like Universal has gone back to the drawing board...at least temporarily. The news, as it so often does these days, leaked via Twitter, where Digital Asset Manager Todd Smoyer and Concept Artist Dean Sherriff shared JP4's delay with varying degrees of unhappiness and/or panic. More
Bieber bumped in onstage scuffle in Dubai Megastar singer Justin Bieber is known for his slick dance moves onstage. But spinning away from a mash-up between security guards and a rogue fan has become the hit of his concert in Dubai. Mobile phone video popped up across the Web on Monday showing a male fan rushing toward the 19-year-old performer, who was sitting at a piano on the edge of the stage. More
One flight closer to space tourism Virgin Galactic is one flight closer to becoming a commercial "spaceline." The company's passenger spacecraft, SpaceShipTwo, completed its first rocket-powered flight Monday morning above the Mojave Desert in California. More
Jones called 'greatest country singer of all time' The country music world reacted with deep emotion upon learning of the death of legendary singer George Jones. Here's a sampling of quotes and tweets about Jones: "The world has lost the greatest country singer of all time. Amen." - Merle Haggard More
Iconic science fiction writer Ray Bradbury dies at 91 LOS ANGELES - Ray Bradbury, a master of science fiction, has died. He was 91. By many estimations Mr. Bradbury was the writer most responsible for bringing modern science fiction into the literary mainstream. His name would appear near the top of any list ... 11/12/2014 - 7:00 pm | View Link
Science-fiction master Ray Bradbury dies at 91 Ray Bradbury, a master of science fiction whose imaginative and lyrical evocations of the future reflected both the optimism and the anxieties of his own postwar America, died Tuesday in Los Angeles. He was 91. His death was confirmed by his agent, Michael ... 06/6/2012 - 3:43 pm | View Link
Ray Bradbury, master of science fiction, dies at 91 LOS ANGELES - Ray Bradbury anticipated iPods, interactive television, electronic surveillance and live, sensational media events, including televised police pursuits - and not necessarily as good things. The science fiction-fantasy master spent his life ... 06/6/2012 - 11:53 am | View Link
Ray Bradbury, Who Brought Mars to Earth With a Lyrical Mastery, Dies at 91 Though none of his works won a Pulitzer Prize, Mr. Bradbury received a Pulitzer citation in 2007 “for his distinguished, prolific and deeply influential career as an unmatched author of science fiction ... on-camera host of “Ray Bradbury Theater ... 06/6/2012 - 10:54 am | View Link
'Fahrenheit 451' author Ray Bradbury dies at age 91 after teaching Americans to love science fiction novels Ray Bradbury, the science fiction-fantasy master who transformed his childhood dreams and Cold War fears into telepathic Martians, lovesick sea monsters, and, in uncanny detail, the high-tech, book-burning future of 'Fahrenheit 451,' has died. He was 91. 06/6/2012 - 8:52 am | View Link
Ray Bradbury For the author's 1975 story collection, see Ray Bradbury (collection). 11/22/2014 - 2:07 am | View Website
About Ray Bradbury Ray Bradbury is one of those rare individuals whose writing has changed the way people think. His more than five hundred published works -- short stories, novels ... 11/21/2014 - 12:45 pm | View Website
Ray Bradbury Biography | List of Works, Study Guides ... Fahrenheit 451 Ray Bradbury. The story of fireman Guy Montag first appeared in "The Fireman", a short story by Ray Bradbury published in Galaxy Science Fiction in 1951. 11/20/2014 - 7:10 am | View Website
Ray Bradbury Online HOME. BIOGRAPHY. BIBLIOGRAPHY -Books -Film & TV -Audio -Critical Works. IMAGES. QUOTES. MORE DATA. LINKS. by Chris Jepsen & Richard Johnston. Ray Douglas Bradbury was ... 11/20/2014 - 5:30 am | View Website
Ray Bradbury A bibliography of Ray Bradbury's books, with the latest releases, covers, descriptions and availability. 11/20/2014 - 12:51 am | View Website
At the end of the Gospel of Mark, Jesus tells his disciples, “Go ye into all the world, and preach the gospel to every creature.” For a while now, evangelicals have had to restrict their preaching to creatures on this planet, but someday, who knows? Will the heathens of Andromeda embrace the good news about a man who was nailed to a cross a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away?
The first murder victim in this thriller, set in the pretty little French Pyrenees town of Saint-Martin-de-Comminges, is a prized racehorse owned by a greedy multinational tycoon. The animal has been decapitated, and its torso has been spread open like wings atop the upper terminal of a cable car for an old power plant.
THE LODGER By Louisa Treger Thomas Dunne/St. Martin’s. 262 pp. $24.99 Louisa Treger’s earnest, carefully researched first novel spotlights a neglected pioneer of 20th-century literature: Dorothy Richardson, who published one of the earliest examples of stream-of-consciousness fiction, “Pointed Roofs,” in 1915. Fellow modernist Virginia Woolf praised her for inventing “the psychological sentence of the feminine gender,” and the best passages in “The Lodger” show Richardson developing a distinctive prose style to mirror “the mind of a woman,” which is “deeper, more instinctive . . .
In The Three-Body Problem (Tor, $25.99), Cixin Liu — a prolific and popular science fiction writer in China — tackles politics, philosophy and virtual reality in a story that moves at a thriller’s pace. Set in part during the Cultural Revolution of the ’60s and ’70s, the narrative follows Ye Wenjie, an academic who watches Red Guards brutally kill her father.