Author name: Terrence Smith

Terrence J. Smith has contributed his writing to nonprofits and both print and digital publications. He enjoys all things technology, but remembers to meditate and appreciate the outside world.

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In SuperGiant Games’ Hades, Players will Die, Die, and Die Again

The Hugo Award-winning Hades, developed and published by SuperGiant Games, puts players in the role of Zagreus, the son of the Greek God of the Underworld, as he fights wave after wave of enemies to escape the Underworld and find his birth mother, Persephone. Hades is probably one of the most difficult games to have …

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Alexei Panshin, Author Of The Anthony Villiers Series, Dies at Age 82

Science fiction author Alexei Panshin, known for such novels as his Anthony Villiers series, Star Well, The Thurb Revolution, and Masque World passed away on Sunday, August 21. He was 82. His work has won several awards. His debut novel, Rite of Passage, published in 1969, won a Nebula Award and was nominated for a …

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Nebula 2022 Awards honor new and emerging writers

New and emerging writers as well as some familiar names received the recognition they were due this month at the 2022 Nebula Awards awarded by the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America announced the 2022 Nebula Award recipients, covering science fiction and fantasy novels, novellas, short stories, and games.

Hugo Awards 2021: Winners Announced

The winners for the Hugo Awards, the Astounding Award for Best New Writer, and the Lodestar Award for Best Young Adult Book were announced at DisCon III, the 79th World Science Fiction Convention, on December 18th, 2021, in Washington, D.C.

Halo series’ trailer shows focus on character

The Halo video game series is all about protecting Earth from alien invaders in the 26th century. A teaser trailer has just dropped for the Paramount+ TV series, expected to hit the streaming service sometime next year, and it seems to indicate that the show will focus on characters.