Ian Hutchinson

20 Feb 19
Zealot Script

The British Science Fiction Association has announced the shortlist for their annual awards, for works published in 2018.

18 Feb 19
Bridgend and District Local History Society

At the Society meeting at Carnegie House on Wednesday 13thof February our advertised speaker was unfortunately unwell so our Chair, Ian Hutchinson, stepped in at short notice with an interesting talk on the unlikely subject of the archeology of rabbit warrens.  He set the scene with the history of rabbits in Britain from their dying […]

18 Feb 19
The Curious SFF Reader

If you were on Twitter yesterday, you might have seen that the British Science Fiction Association (BSFA) announced the finalists of the 2018 BSFA Awards. I have a thing for science fiction awards, I am always looking forward seeing the various shortlists, my favorite awards to follow are the Clarke, the BSFA and the Kitchies. […]

18 Feb 19
Hedendaagse sieraden

Art Gallery of South Australia is een museum in Adelaide (Australië) waar onder anderen hedendaagse sieraden worden verzameld en gepresenteerd. Ook geeft het museum boeken uit. Geschiedenis In 1974 was de eerste tentoonstelling met sieraden te zien in het museum. Deze was gemaakt door de conservator toegepaste kunst Dick Richards, in samenwerking met Crafts Board of […]

17 Feb 19

Best Novel Dave Hutchinson – Europe at Dawn (Solaris) Yoon Ha Lee – Revenant Gun (Solaris) Emma Newman – Before Mars (Ace Books) Gareth L Powell – Embers of War (Titan Books) Tade Thompson – Rosewater (Orbit) Best Shorter Fiction Nina Allan – ‘The Gift of Angels: an Introduction’ (Clarkesworld) Malcolm Devlin – ‘The Purpose […]

17 Feb 19
File 770

The British Science Fiction Association has announced the BSFA Awards shortlist for works published in 2018.. The Awards will be presented on Saturday April 20 at Ytterbium, the 70th Eastercon in London. The shortlisted works are: Best Novel Dave Hutchinson – Europe at Dawn (Solaris) Yoon Ha Lee – Revenant Gun (Solaris) Emma Newman – […]

17 Feb 19
Rugby, Only Rugby !

This weekend was going to be great for various reasons. First of all, it was the Super Rugby coming back for another entertaining season. The Southern Hemisphere league never disappointed in the past so this first Round was much-awaited from the fans. Meanwhile, in the Northern Hemisphere, with the Six Nations Championship getting a rest, […]

17 Feb 19
GeekandGear.com

The British Science Fiction Association has announced the finalists for the BSFA Awards for works published in 2018. The Awards will be presented at the 70th Eastercon, in London, April19-22. Jeannette Ng will be out host for the ceremony. Congratulations to all the finalists! Best Novel Europe at Dawn by Dave Hutchinson (Solaris) Revenant Gun by Yoon […]

16 Feb 19
Paruna.ru

The Museum’s new exhibition in Room 5 brings together the lives and works of three artists – the painters Niko Ghika and John Craxton, and the writer Patrick (‘Paddy’) Leigh Fermor. But who were these men, and why is there an exhibition devoted to them at the British Museum? Ghika Nikos Hadjikyriakos-Ghika in Hydra, 1960. Benaki Museum – […]

13 Feb 19
Michelle Dee

OUTing The Past is an international event series celebrating LGBT+ history, presented by Schools Out UK. In February 2019 during LGBT History Month OUTing The Past held a one-day conference in its newest Hub city of Leeds. The speaker-led event held in the Thoresby Room of Leeds City Museum joined a wide programme of public […]

13 Feb 19
WWD

No longer “data-dark,” the in-store environment is brightened, mobilized and engaged for the “connected consumer” journey.

12 Feb 19
Smexy Books

Luck of the Devil (Forge Trilogy #2) by Meghan March AMZ * BN * K * Audible Shelter for Quinn (Texas Heroes #13) by Susan Stoker AMZ * BN * K * Audible Going Home (Chandler Hill Inn #1) by Judith Keim AMZ * BN * K * Audible Huge Deal (21 Wall Street #3) […]

11 Feb 19
The Last Word Book Review

Bram Stoker’s Dracula The London Library Thursday 7th February 2019 Dracula comes home to St. James Square Bram Stoker was a member of The London Library between 1890 and 1897 and it was during this time that he spent time at the library researching for his novel ‘Dracula’ and recently Philip Spedding, Development Director at […]