Press Releases - Science Fiction World

Independent author Anastasia Faith relaunched her first book, '€œFor the Future Generations '€ to Amazon.com, CreateSpace.com/4033207, Barnesandnoble.com, Kobobooks.com, Smashwords.com, Parnassusbooks.com, Scribd.com, Lulu.com, and WaveCloud.com today.

ONE MAN PERFORMS THREE INDIANA JONES MOVIES IN ONE HOUR. As part of this year's Melbourne Fringe Festival, this all-new comedy stage show sees Stephen Hall taking on the epic task of performing Raiders of the Lost Ark, Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom and Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade.

The recent exhibition of fantasy and Tolkien inspired art and album covers was a resounding success. World-renowned artist Rodney Matthews was on hand to give talks. He also made a visit to Ashley Road School, Aberdeen, to give a lively and entertaining talk to the pupils there. The talk inspired the children into being more involved in the world of art, literature and music and how they interlink, the way music and literature can inspire art and vice-versa.

We took a shot at making the best kickstarter vid ever for the new Science Fiction adventure comedy being produced here in New Zealand.   Take a look and see what you think.

Relaunch of Self-Published Dystopian for Teens
A Novella Called €˜Launch Day€ - Independently Published Novel by Author Anastasia Faith Now Available

Rod Serling, creator of The Twilight Zone, defines science fiction as "the improbably made possible." The same might be said for architecture - after all, architects by trade conceive of spaces, places, and worlds that don't (yet) exist. It's not surprising that a two-way influence between architecture and science fiction has long existed. The 1927 film Metropolis depicted a future world in 2026 that drew heavily on contemporary art deco and Modernist building. Most recently, a number of designs from significant international offices have shown a striking resemblance to science fiction icons such as the Death Star.

In the coming centuries, men become increasingly irrelevant and the Earth’s biosphere collapses, leading to the rise of the Zon Sisterhood. Emigrating from their failing world, they land on an Earth-like planet and conquer the technologically backward natives that they contemptuously call ‘barbarians.

An Asimov tone with a Battle Royale feel and a Game of Thrones twist!

Yes dreams can come true for young independent artists that have a vision to write the next great American Novel, the ultimate Photography book or for a composer like Jon Adamich, the opportunity to fulfill his lifelong dream of creating a fantasy orchestral album that brings to life the imagery and emotion of the Greek Gods of Mythology.