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Author Archive: Stephen Hunt

Stephen Hunt is a fantasy and science fiction author published in English the UK, Canada and Australasia by HarperCollins and in the USA by Tor. For all the foreign translations of his works, check out his web site at http://www.StephenHunt.net

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EGX Rezzed 2017: a PC gaming con report.

March 30, 2017 | By | Reply More
EGX Rezzed 2017: a PC gaming con report.

This is the first time I’ve been to one of the EGX cons, more specifically EGX Rezzed 2017 – an event for fans and semi-pro/pro game developers entirely dedicated to PC and console games – and I wasn’t disappointed. Not least because I could attend the con in my Joe Punter hat, rather than my rather […]

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At last a movie that gets Steve Jobs bang to rights.

September 10, 2015 | By | Reply More
At last a movie that gets Steve Jobs bang to rights.

I’ve seen a lot of movies that have utterly failed to get what Steve Jobs was like as a boss and, indeed, a human being. This film, called, simply enough, Steve Jobs, gets it nailed, though. Set backstage at three product launches and ending in 1998 with the unveiling of the iMac, Steve Jobs takes […]

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Shockwave, Darkside (movie review).

August 29, 2014 | By | 4 Replies More
Shockwave, Darkside (movie review).

Here’s the official blurb for new scifi war movie Shockwave, Darkside . . . It is the last, great war. Out of the wreckage of a troop transport, five soldiers on the way to battle find themselves stranded on the dark side of the moon. Cut off and behind enemy lines, they start a dangerous journey through […]

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The last bookshop… pretend mangles and other dark futures.

April 20, 2013 | By | 1 Reply More
The last bookshop… pretend mangles and other dark futures.

If you thought Mad Max offered a look at a dark future, here’s the more likely option that’s just as bleak. The Last Bookshop is a short science fiction movie that imagines a future where physical books have died out. One day, a small boy’s holographic entertainment fails, so he heads out to explore the […]

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Out of the Aether.

April 17, 2013 | By | Reply More
Out of the Aether.

Here’s a new serial magazine distributed in e-book format, Aethernet magazine. It’s produced by husband and wife team Barbara and Tony Barbara Ballantyne. Most of the authors in the first issue – Tony Ballantyne, Eric Brown, Juliet E McKenna, Philip Palmer, Adrian Tchaikovsky, Ian Whates – are best know for their SF and fantasy fiction, […]

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Canadian science fiction, to the stars… Ad Astra.

April 14, 2013 | By | Reply More
Canadian science fiction, to the stars… Ad Astra.

I’ve recently returned from Ad Astra 2013 after my stint there as a Guest of Honour; so, here’s my thoughts on the convention and the fine state of the fantasy and science fiction genre up Canada-way. First off, it should be noted that Ad Astra is a literary fan-run convention, promoting local talent within the […]

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Ad Astra 2013 – video con report.

April 13, 2013 | By | Reply More
Ad Astra 2013 – video con report.

I’ll be doing a con report of my time as Guest of Honour at the 2013 Ad Astra convention – Canada’s main SFF con of a literary bent. As befitting an author, it’ll be mostly words (with a few photos thrown in). Meanwhile, here’s the Canadian Nerd’s video blog from the con.

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SFF author David Farland gets ‘book bombed’ to help sick son.

April 13, 2013 | By | Reply More
SFF author David Farland gets ‘book bombed’ to help sick son.

Readers are ordering David Farland books as a means to help donate funds to save Farland’s son, who suffered life threatening injuries from a longboarding accident last week. So many readers of David Farland started ordering his books that within hours his books such as Nightingale, both in print and electronic, may soon top the […]

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