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Did an engineer discover a maze of tunnels left by an ancient civilization of lizard people as reported by the Los Angeles Times in 1934? What is Big Rock, and why is it significant to the UFO community? How does Tim use such writing prompts to create award-winning fiction? Find out as Sean Patrick Hazlett meets with award-winning writer, Tim Powers..
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Alternate Routes (Vickery and Castine Series Book 1)
Forced Perspectives (Vickery and Castine Series Book 2)
Stolen Skies (Vickery and Castine Series Book 3)
Tim Powers won the World Fantasy Award twice for his critically acclaimed novels Last Call and Declare. Declare also received the International Horror Guild Award. His novel On Stranger Tides was sold to Disney for the movie franchise installment Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides. His book The Anubis Gates won the Philip K. Dick Award and is considered a modern science fiction classic and a progenitor of the steampunk genre. Powers won the Dick Award again for straight science fiction post-apocalypse novel Dinner at Deviant’s Palace. Powers grew up in Southern California and studied English at Cal State Fullerton, where he met renowned science fiction author Philip K. Dick, who became a close friend and mentor. Powers is a practicing Catholic who claims “Stories are more effective, and more truly represent the writer’s actual convictions, when they manifest themselves without the writer's conscious assistance. I concern myself with my plots, but I let my subconscious worry about my themes.”
Sean Patrick Hazlett’s Books
Weird World War III
Weird World War IV
Alien Abattoir and Other Stories
Alien Abattoir and Other Stories (Audio)
The Post-Apocalyptic Tourist’s Guide to the Mojave Desert
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