Looks like it’s gonna be one of those nights.
Category Archive: television
John Brunner according to Wikipedia: John Kilian Houston Brunner (24 September 1934 – 26 August 1995) was a prolificBritish author of science fiction novels and stories. His 1968 novel Stand on Zanzibar, about an overpopulated world, won the 1968 Hugo Award for best science fiction novel. It also won the BSFA award the same year. The Jagged Orbit won the BSFA award in 1970. He’s one of …
; This TVOntario show from the early 80s, You Can Write Anything, imparts some important lessons about writing. Like writers have beards and are dead. They’re also thieves. But you can use words to write better descriptions when you report them to the police. Words are fun.
Do you remember when cable tv was a monster? Me neither. I do remember when octopuses were monsters. That species has really had a makeover. These days, I’m not even sure that we consider any animals monsters. Maybe giraffes?
“The novel may seem complicated but it is not confused.” Philosopher, novelist and all round interesting fellow, Albert Camus talks about nihlism, Dostoyevsky and The Possessed on a French television program.
For Earth Day, the Toronto Star asked 15 science fiction writers, including me, how we’d tackle climate change. To save some space, my answer was edited down. Here’s my full reply: The environment is something I watch on TV. Narrated by Sir David Attenborough, it’s a pristine world free of human interference. But it’s also …
This is an interview that occurred in late January and will be hitting 12 television stations and 80 radio markets in about a week via TVCOGECO. It’s for Brent Holland’s Night Fright Show. Ryan Oakley – Technicolor Ultra-Mall via Skype from Toronto Canada. What if in the future Toronto had been turned into a huge indoor mall? …