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Project Hieroglyph: Helping turn Science Fiction toward Utopia September 8, 2014 – Posted in: Books and Technology, Content, Of Interest: Featured Books / Reviews, Video

Project Hieroglyph is “a global collective of writers and researchers” whose aim is to turn the dystopian tide of recent science fiction toward creative inspiration. Born in 2011 from a Neal Stephenson article entitled  “Innovation Starvation,” in which he called for “a return to inspiration in contemporary science fiction” the project now includes some of best writers, thinkers, and minds on the planet and its first publication, Hieroglyph, is about to hit the shelves.  The name…

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Finn Dean’s illustrations for ‘Brave New World’ take top prize July 10, 2013 – Posted in: Illustration

Finn Dean has won this year’s Book Illustration Competition. The annual event, co-sponsored by the non-profit House of Illustration and The Folio Society, invites artists and illustrators from around the world to focus their energies on illustrating the same book. This year over 500 entrants from 30 countries were asked to illustrate Aldous Huxley’s classic Brave New World. Deans winning set of illustrations will be published in a new Folio Society edition of Brave New World…

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