Author: Caroline Lynch

Dead Dog Party RSVP Instructions

    RSVP Instructions 1. Please RSVP to . This address will be monitored frequently by staff of The Center For Ray Bradbury Studies. Your email address will be used for later contact and identification. 2. If you wish to keep your email address private, John Tilden (President of The Heinlein Society), Jason Aukerman (Managing…
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Life-Line Redux by Jon Harbour

Life-Line Redux By Jon Harbour Note: This fan fiction was based on Robert Heinlein’s first published story, Life-Line (Astounding, August 1939) as an experiment to explore how he might have approached the story today—81 years later. *     *      * A diminutive man blinked into the spotlights, frozen with stage fright. The man standing beside him…
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WorldCon 2019

Worldcon 2019

2019 Dublin Worldcon By Keith Kato The 77th World Science Fiction Convention (“Worldcon”) was held in Dublin, Ireland, 15-19 August 2019.  Most con activity happened at the Convention Centre Dublin, near the docks.  The Heinlein Society had a smaller-than-last-year but still significant presence, with Board members (Herb Gilliland, Joe Haldeman, Mike Sheffield, Betsey Wilcox), Committee…
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H4H Report 11-4-2017

H4H REPORT November 4, 2017 The Heinlein for Heroes program continues shipping SF books to deployed soldiers, veterans, military families and VA centers all over the world.  In October we shipped 180 fanzines to the 5 VA centers in the Chicago area in addition to our regular shipments.  H4H has become one of our most…
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Jerry Pournelle (1933-2017)

By Caroline Seals and Keith Kato With deep sadness we report that science fiction icon and Director on The Heinlein Society’s Board of Directors, Dr. Jerry Pournelle, passed away Friday, 8 September 2017, during a mid-afternoon nap.  He and Larry Niven had just returned from DragonCon in Atlanta, GA, and in his final blog entry…
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