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2001: A Space Odyssey, by Arthur C. Clarke (1968)

A tremendously effective, surprisingly eerie and suspenseful science-fiction classic that’s just as good as its reputation suggests, Arthur C. Clarke’s collaborative effort with Stanley Kubrick continues to age extraordinarily well. 64 more words

Arthur C. Clarke Writes '2001'

Arthur C. Clarke sits at his desk in the Hotel Chelsea

he’s wearing a crimson paisley sarong and a pair of

beaten up thongs

his fingers jackhammer the keys of a portable typewriter… 147 more words


Fantasy Reading List: 2001 – A Space Odyssey

What can I say about this book that hasn’t already been said? 2001: A Space Odyssey was written at the same time as the film was in development. 2,444 more words


The Grid

I never saw the grid before. I never thought of it, or even dreamt of anything like it, but over time a sensation began to grown within me that shaped itself into a belief in an underlying structure or connection between all things, all matter. 1,007 more words


2001 and Pink Floyd's Echoes

For those of you who enjoy something a bit trippier – the infamous syncing of Pink Floyd s Echoes and the final act of 2001 a Space Odyssey… 24 more words

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