Archive for November, 2012

‘The Emoticon Generation’ Cover Revealed

November 15, 2012

The Emoticon Generation is coming out in December by Infinity Plus, and finally we can reveal the cover:

 

The Emoticon Generation by Guy Hasson

The Emoticon Generation by Guy Hasson

 

More details about the book coming soon to a blog near  you.

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New Book, ‘Generation E’, to Be Published By Infinity Plus in December

November 7, 2012

Announcing a new book deal. Infinity Plus will publish my short story anthology, Generation E, featuring many stories about our new electronic generation and how far things could go.

 

Keith Brooke, Infinity Plus’ publisher, was one of the first editors to publish my stories in English, about ten years ago, putting them next to some of the greatest names in SF, past and present.

 

More information about the book soon.

The Indestructibles Film Journal #8: War of the Worlds

November 2, 2012

The Indestructibles is an indepndent, low-budget, epic SF film I’m writing and directing. The latest installment of the film journal has just been published over at the Apex Book Company blog. This one is called War of the Worlds. Here’s an excerpt:

 

Every so often, I am starkly reminded that I live in two different worlds.

One is the ‘real’ world, the regular world, the one where most of you, the readers of this blog, probably live. Everybody lives in the real world. Everybody except crazy people and… There used to be a name for those people… What are they called? It’s on the tip of my tongue… Oh, yes: Artists. In particular, actors, actors in theater and film.

To read the entire article, click here.

 

Article: ‘The Perils of an Overactive Imagination’

November 2, 2012

The website of the Israeli Science Fiction and Fantasy Association published my article, The Perils of an Overactive Imagination.

 

The article is in Hebrew. It was originally published in English at the Apex Publications blog.

 

The article details what happens to an SF authors’ mind when he stops writing.