Originally posted by efiebke
Spacenurse. . . I was 2 years old, then!
Loved his short stories! Just wish he purchased even a loaf a bread from me at the farmer's market (on the corner of 57th Street and 10th Avenue) . . . .
Ted you look young in your picture.
Anyone read the "Robots in Time" series? William F. Wu actually met and worked with the good Dr. Asimov.
He taught a community college creative writing class. His Dad is a retired neurosurgeon.
Bill is a freuent panalist at conventions and a nice guy. I am jealous as even his masters thesis is interesting.
I am so out of the Trekkie (Trekker) closet. I was working in an ICU years ago when a ST TNG actor was visiting another floor. The staff, MDs, and supervisor all came to tell me. No, I didn't go to look. There are expen$ive conventions for that.
I am in a club that has meetings in one of our homes, goes on field trips to museums, bowling, and "sacred sites" where episodes were filmed. I saw the tree where Finnian leaned and pointed to his chin for "Jimmy Boy" Kirk to sock him!
It's only a few miles from where Kirk fought the Gorn.
Oh, Oh, Oh!
Did you see Robin Williams in the Becentenniel Man?
I was so afraid of being disappointed, but it was good.
Robert Silverberg! His original stories and those with Asimov robots are excellent. Anyone mention classics like Hal Clement, Poul Andersen, or Fred Poul? Fred is still alive and writing!
Greg Bear, fine writer, is Poul Andersens son- in- law.