Science Fiction World

Science Fiction World

70s Sci-Fi Art

70s Sci-Fi Art

Exploring the Moon ****If you're looking for more Sci Fi, Look out for Nathan Walsh's Dark Science Fiction Novel "Pursuit of the Zodiacs." Launching Soon! PursuitoftheZodiacs.com****

Exploring the Moon ****If you're looking for more Sci Fi, Look out for Nathan Walsh's Dark Science Fiction Novel "Pursuit of the Zodiacs." Launching Soon! PursuitoftheZodiacs.com****

Official website of John Harris: landscape, science fiction and marine artist

Official website of John Harris: landscape, science fiction and marine artist

quote by Philip K. Dick

quote by Philip K. Dick

John Harris – https://www.pinterest.com/pin/541206080203492698/

John Harris – https://www.pinterest.com/pin/541206080203492698/

The Time Traveler’s Almanac edited by Ann Vandermeer & Jeff Vandermeer (Tor Books March 2014)

Centred Concentric Circles — It’s a Thing

The Time Traveler’s Almanac edited by Ann Vandermeer & Jeff Vandermeer (Tor Books March 2014)

Wojtek Siudmak ****If you're looking for more Sci Fi, Look out for Nathan Walsh's Dark Science Fiction Novel "Pursuit of the Zodiacs." Launching Soon! PursuitoftheZodiacs.com****

Wojtek Siudmak ****If you're looking for more Sci Fi, Look out for Nathan Walsh's Dark Science Fiction Novel "Pursuit of the Zodiacs." Launching Soon! PursuitoftheZodiacs.com****

Michael Whelan:PEEKABOO FUZZIES (1983) The Fuzzy Sapiens created by H. Beam Piper first appeared in the early 1960s and they were a welcome contrast to the menacing aliens that seemed to dominate science fiction of the day. Not only were they irresistibly cute, the stories seemed to foretell issues more of todays world - slaughtering peaceful and playful animals for their fur and discussions on what characterizes intelligence.

Michael Whelan:PEEKABOO FUZZIES (1983) The Fuzzy Sapiens created by H. Beam Piper first appeared in the early 1960s and they were a welcome contrast to the menacing aliens that seemed to dominate science fiction of the day. Not only were they irresistibly cute, the stories seemed to foretell issues more of todays world - slaughtering peaceful and playful animals for their fur and discussions on what characterizes intelligence.

Frank R. Paul (1884–1963)  "The Planet Juggler," story illustration

Frank R. Paul (1884–1963) "The Planet Juggler," story illustration

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