Science Fiction: Thinking the Unthinkable

November 23, 2014

Reality is catching up to science fiction.  But there are still new science-fiction writers who are thinking the unthinkable and daring to go beyond the limits of our imaginations.

  1. The Book of Strange New Things - Michel Faber

    Michel Faber talks with Steve Paulson about his novel, "The Book of Strange New Things."

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  2. Stories of Your Life and Others - Ted Chiang

    Ted Chiang talks about his short-story collection, "Stories of Your Life and Others."

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  3. Questionable Practices - Eileen Gunn

    Eileen Gunn talks about her short-story collection, "Questionable Practices."

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  4. BookMark: Edmund White

    Edmund White recommends Henry Green's 1950 novel, "Nothing."

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  5. On Our Minds: Kurt Godel

    The scientific genius Kurt Godel is on our minds this week.  So Anne Strainchamps talks with the French writer, Yannick Grannec, about her novel, "The Goddess of Small Things," which is based on Godel's relationship with his wife, Adele.

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