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Mars Life by Ben Bova
Mars Life
Ben Bova - 2008
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The conclusion of Bova's Mars trilogy.

The Mars Run
Chris Gerrib - 2006
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"In 2071, Janet Pilgrim, a recent high school graduate, suddenly finds herself unable to afford college.... In 2071, "astronaut" is only slightly more glamorous then "truck driver" is today. But the money is good, and one run to Mars - the "armpit of the Solar System" will fund several years of college. Even better, she won't have to face her friends."

Red Mars
(Mars Trilogy)

Kim Stanley Robinson - 1993
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Mars Crossing
Geoffrey A. Landis - 2000
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Martian Race
Gregory Benford - 1999
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Solar Sci-Fi
Part 2: More Resources & Other Space Literature....


Space Tourists in Zero-g by David Hardy

David Hardy's vision of space tourists learning "to cope with zero-gravity;
inside (behind a plexiglass screen) and outside, in the vacuum of space
but (of course) wearing spacesuits,"
Credits: AstroArt

In this section we give links to various science fiction resources on the web related to the hard science, solar system based theme.

We also provide some resources for those who want to write their own Solar Sci-Fi.



Sci-Fi & Related Sites
Sci-Fi Magazines/ E-zines
Sci-Fi Publications
Hard Sci-Fi Resources
Science & Tech from and in Sci-Fi
Sci-Fi Sites

Futurism*
Futurists differ from writers of hard sci-fi only in that they don't use stories to explore plausible scenarios for future developments in technology and society. Instead they simply discuss the possibilities in terms of what's reasonable and feasible.

Here are some links to various types of futurist sites and lists of such sites:

* Refering to the future, not the Art Movement

Other SciFi Essays, Articles, & Resources
Space Theater

Space / Science Humor

Mars:2020:Springtime

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Sci-fi Writers Resources

This Franklin Institute site encourages visitors to create sci fi stories:


Sci Fi Arizona provides this rich page of resources to aid the aspiring sci-fi writer. Includes articles on topics ranging from those specific to sci-f,i such as dealing with the speed of light limit, to general writing techniques like producing believable dialogs.

Articles (in pdf format) include:


Space Poetry

Genesis: An Epic Poem


SciFaiku

Sci-Fi inspired Haiku poetry, or SciFaiku, are growing in popularity. See the following sites for examples of such poems.

 

 

The Art of C. Sergent Lindsey
NewSpace Watch at NSG

 

 

 

 

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