Time is running out – if you are eligible to nominate for the Hugo Awards, the nomination period closes at the end of Thursday, March 31st. Get those nominations in before the deadline!
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The Friends of Arlington’s Planetarium in Arlington, VA will be hosting a Science Fiction themed weekend of events March 18 – 20, 2016. On Sunday, March 20th, there will be a panel discussion: “Predicting the Future: How Well Does Speculative Fiction Anticipate Future Technology?” Fast Forward is a sponsor of the panel, and our very own producer/interviewer Tom Schaad will be the panel moderator. Read More →
The Washington Science Fiction Association Small Press Award is given to an original short fiction work (17,500 words or fewer) of imaginative literature (e.g., science fiction, fantasy, horror, speculative fiction or like literature) published by a small press.
The award is blind judged, and winner receives a trophy and a cash prize. This year’s award is open to works published for the first time in the English language in 2015. For more information about the award, complete rules regarding eligibility and ...Read More →
NASA/JPL have released a fun series of futuristic travel posters advertising various tourist destinations both in our solar system and beyond. Full size versions of the posters can be downloaded and printed.
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The team at Fast Forward wishes a very happy 97th birthday to First Fandom’s David A. Kyle! Several science fiction fans gathered over the weekend for a party to celebrate Dave’s birthday, and to share his stories of fandom from the past 80 years. To find out a bit about Dave Kyle’s decades of involvement and many contributions to science ...Read More →