- In what story by Arther C. Clarke does the spaceship Endeavour investigate a mysterious object from far, far away?
- Coined in the late 1980s, on the analogy of Cyberpunk, this term describes the modern subgenre whose SF events take place against a 19th-century background.
- In Jack Vance’s hauntingly beautiful story of a far future Earth “steeped,” as Norman Spinrad has put it, “in magic born of rotting history,” scientific experiment has given place to charms and enchantments that really work. Name it!
- A fine collection by Zelazny, the title story (Nebula winner, 1965) concerns a man facing up to his fears in the shape of a Venerian sea monster, and “A Rose for Ecclesiastes” is a poignant story about a man who unwittingly brings faith to a Martian race on the brink of extinction. Name the collection!
- In Asimov’s Foundation series, what was the name of the planet on which the Encyclopedia Galactica was published?
- What is Sector General?
- What is the Moon Knight’s real name?
- What George R.R. Martin novel features the cat- and mushroom-loving master of the Ark?
- What is Mr. Spock’s father’s name?
- What book begins, “On those cloudy days, Robert Neville was never sure when sunset came, and sometimes they were in the streets before he could get back?”
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Posted in Ephemera July 8th, 2010 by Chip