The Rose by Charles L. Harness
Berkley Medallion Books, 1969
(Originally published in Authentic SF, 1953)
Price I paid: none
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The year 1953 is a hallowed one to such connoisseurs of science fiction as Arthur C.
As my daughter begins yet another year of university, we find ourselves once again having the same conversation at the dinner table. It’s just loud enough to be more than a… 1,710 more words
What is forensic art? Is it a mere art form or a scientific technique?
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Creativity is often conceptualized as an ability to generate something new, typically in an unusual way (Eisenman, 1969; Merriam-Webster, 2015). For example, while scientists can be creative in the way they design an experiment that utilizes an alternative approach, artists can be creative in the way they detour from convention in their artwork. 872 more words
Chris Daniel talks to Sydney band Art Vs. Science and Brisbane band The Dune Rats about the lockout laws from a musician’s perspective.
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Whilst only being its third event, the Mountain Sounds festival managed to astonish the crowds with an incredible lineup and a showcase of extensive artworks. Hosted by Mt Penang Parklands hidden in West Gosford, it was home to the likes of… 1,289 more words