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‘Dune’ has long divided the science fiction world. The new film won’t change that.

Frank Herbert’s magnum opus: masterful or clumsy? Denis Villeneuve’s movie continues the debate. Continue reading at 'The Washington Post'

[ The Washington Post | 2021-10-21 13:13:42 UTC ]
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10 of the Best Science-Fiction Short Stories Everyone Should Read

What are the best places to begin exploring the wonderful world of science fiction? Some of the classic novels of the genre, from Frank Herbert’s Dune to Asimov’s Foundation series (which eventually stretched to seven volumes), might appear daunting because of their sheer size and scope. Below,... Continue reading at 'Interesting Literature'

[ Interesting Literature | 2021-10-20 14:00:25 UTC ]
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The new Dune trailer features more Zendaya, terrifying CGI, and of course, lots of sand.

After COVID-related delays, Denis Villeneuve’s adaptation of Frank Herbert’s sweeping (and difficult to adapt) science fiction epic Dune is finally set to debut both on HBO Max and in theaters on October 1st. As the release date quickly approaches, Warner Bros has dropped a new trailer. (If you... Continue reading at 'Literrary Hub'

[ Literrary Hub | 2021-07-22 16:21:07 UTC ]
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Race Consciousness: Fascism and Frank Herbert’s “Dune”

FASCISTS LOVE Dune: Denis Villeneuve’s film adaptation was highly anticipated on white nationalist sites such as Counter-Currents and the Daily Stormer. As soon as the trailer dropped, they began poring over it for signs of deviation from their pet interpretations of Frank Herbert’s 1965 science... Continue reading at 'Los Angeles Review of Books'

[ Los Angeles Review of Books | 2020-11-19 18:00:46 UTC ]
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Harlan Ellison's The Last Dangerous Visions may finally be published, after five-decade wait

Sci-fi anthology stalled since 1974 will be produced by executor, screenwriter J Michael Straczynski, adding stories by today’s big-name SF writersIt is the great white whale of science fiction: an anthology of stories by some of the genre’s greatest names, collected in the early 1970s by Harlan... Continue reading at 'The Guardian'

[ The Guardian | 2020-11-16 14:38:59 UTC ]
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Panel Mania: ‘Dune: The Graphic Novel’

Frank Herbert’s classic Dune has been adapted into a graphic novel by a creative team that includes Brian Herbert, the author's son and an acclaimed science-fiction author in his own right, and novelist and comics writer Kevin J. Anderson. The post Panel Mania: ‘Dune: The Graphic Novel’ appeared... Continue reading at 'The Millions'

[ The Millions | 2020-10-23 10:00:44 UTC ]
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Panel Mania: Dune: The Graphic Novel, Book 1: Dune by Frank Herbert

'Dune', Frank Herbert’s 1965 global bestseller and landmark epic science-fiction novel, has been adapted into a graphic novel. In this nine-page excerpt, the novel’s key character Paul Atreides and his family members prepare to travel to, and take control of, the planet Arrakis, the only source... Continue reading at 'Publishers Weekly'

[ Publishers Weekly | 2020-10-21 04:00:00 UTC ]
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Such Abnormal Activity: On “The Best of R. A. Lafferty”

THE FUTURE OF THE PAST is not good business, or so might a science fiction fan conclude when they survey a typical American bookstore. You’ll find few titles more than 40 years old on the shelves, and those present are usually by Ursula K. Le Guin, Frank Herbert, Philip K. Dick, Isaac Asimov, or... Continue reading at 'Los Angeles Review of Books'

[ Los Angeles Review of Books | 2019-08-03 19:00:30 UTC ]
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