The Museum of Science Fiction is building off the success of its Journal of Science Fiction by launching a new publication that’s less academic in nature: Catalysts, Explorers & Secret Keepers: Women of Science Fiction, an anthology highlighting the important roles women have played in scifi—be they authors, readers,…
We really dug the inaugural issue of the Journal of Science Fiction earlier this year, and the Museum of Science Fiction has just released their second issue.
Earlier this month, the White House’s Office of Science and Technology assembled a strange gathering: scientists, artists, engineers, and policy-makers, for a workshop designed to imagine how humanity could settle the solar system.
Back in September, the Museum of Science Fiction announced that they were going to be releasing scholarly publication: The Journal of Science Fiction. Now, their first issue is live!
The Museum of Science Fiction is well on its way to becoming a brick and mortar museum in Washington DC. Now, they’re going to be launching a scholarly journal: The MOSF Journal of Science Fiction, which will examine the science fiction world through an academic lens.
Washington D.C.'s Museum of Science Fiction has published its first online gallery of scientific and science fictional art, originally featured in OMNI, in its partnership with the OMNI Reboot.
A nonprofit group wants to build a Museum of Science Fiction in Washington, DC, and they're looking to raise funds for a preview location. Plus, you can fund a journal devoted to linguistics, a Blade Runner zine, a new horror comic by Ben Templesmith, or a pen that lets you draw conductive circuits.