Tagged in "interview"

Interview with key figures in the world of science and science fiction.

Interview With Dr. Louis Rosenberg, Founder Of Unanimous A.I.

OMNI Staff
in Science

It's rather fitting that Dr. Louis Rosenberg, an individual wholly dedicated to preparing humans for the immediate and distant future, is featured in a project titled Year Million, National Geographic...

The Desert Oracle

Jeremy Kenyon Lockyer Corbell
in Culture

In the spring of 2015, with the release of the first issue, Ken Layne's DESERT ORACLE carved a place in the unforgiving Mojave Desert. The moment I took one into my hands, I felt like I was reading so...

Where X Marks the Spot: An Interview with Steve Barnes

Joshua Sky
in Culture

Steve Barnes is a writer, lecturer, personal performance coach and a killer philosopher. He has published more than 25 science fiction, fantasy and horror novels, including New York Times bestsellers....

Interview with Trina Phillips, Chief Futurist at SciFutures

Joshua Sky
in Culture

Trina Phillips is a writer, editor and one of the chief futurists at SciFutures, a company dedicated to helping companies bridge the gap between science fiction and reality, via ideation, prototyping ...

Sci-Fi's Hired Gun: An Interview with Concept Artist Col Price

Mickey Rivera
in Culture

Wrapped into the folds of Col Price’s brain is a separate universe. As a UK based concept artist, Price makes a living off of it. Col is an artist of the mercenary variety. He put in 20 years of work ...

Interview with Paul Franklin, Director of 'The Escape'

OMNI Staff
in Entertainment

What does an Academy Award winning visual effects specialist do at the culmination of 25 years of career successes and a prolific filmography? If you're the UK-born Paul J. Franklin, you set your cert...

In the Author’s Universe: Interview with Sci-Fi Author Cixin Liu

K.E. Lanning
in Culture

Liu Cixin [writing in English under the name, Cixin Liu] is a science fiction writer from China; a nine-time winner of the Chinese Galaxy Award (Chinese Hugo) and the Xing Yun Award (Chinese Nebula), ...

Richard Hatch Turned One Season of 'Battlestar Galactica' into a Lifetime

Rich Monetti
in Entertainment

In 1978, Battlestar Galactica ran one season and 26 episodes. While quickly fading into oblivion off all the publicity it received as a Star Wars rip off, core fans never forgot it, and the show’s sta...

Trio Triangulates Deep Space 9 Episodes with the Rules of Acquisition Podcast

Rich Monetti
in Entertainment

The Greatest Generation seems to have the decided drop on all the Star Trek podcasts out there. Wade Bowen concedes that and freely accepts operating among the many on the internet undercard with his ...

Hyper-Sexualized Dismemberment and the Art of Katrina Bea

Jeremy Kenyon Lockyer Corbell
in Culture

I've been asked to interview a reclusive artist. An artist whose work I find to be exquisitely revolting. Work that, in my eyes, causes awkward hyper-sexualized repulsion in absolute terms. Like the p...

A Conversation with Fabrice Giger, CEO of Humanoids

Joshua Sky
in Culture

Fabrice Giger is easily one of the most influential trailblazers in the comic book world, yet many fans and professionals don’t know his story. In 1988, at the age of 23, he purchased Humanoids, Europ...

In the Author’s Universe: Interview with Author Margaret Atwood

K.E. Lanning
in Culture

Margaret Atwood is a poet, a novelist, and an inventor. She was born in Ottawa, Canada in 1939 to Margaret (maiden name Killam), a nutritionist and to Carl Atwood, an entomologist. With her father’s r...

In the Author’s Universe: Interview with Sci-Fi Author Sylvain Neuvel

K.E. Lanning
in Culture

Sylvain Neuvel’s first novel, Sleeping Giants, became one of the hottest sci-fi books of 2016. Indie-published last year, his book caught fire with readers, and fortuitously, one reader happened to be...

Earth to Bill

Ryan Sprague
in Culture

It was 2013. I was now three and a half hours into a six-hour bus ride back to New York City from my hometown of Syracuse, NY. After an exciting, yet stressful visit with family, I wanted nothing more...

In the Author’s Universe: Interview with Sci-Fi Author Hugh Howey

K.E. Lanning
in Culture

Hugh Howey is an author of science fiction, and whatever else he wants to write about; as an independent author he controls his writing career. Born in 1975, Hugh grew up reading and sailing, navigati...

Interview with 'Our Final Invention' Author James Barrat

OMNI Staff
in Culture

James Barrat is the author of Our Final Invention: Artificial Intelligence and the End of the Human Era, an equal parts fascinating-and-terrifying book which explores the perils associated with the he...