Ted Chiang on Free Will, Time Travel, Many Worlds, Genetic Engineering, and Hard Science Fiction

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  1. ‘Arrival’ Author’s Approach To Science Fiction? Slow, Steady And Successful : NPR

    The new film is based on a short story by Ted Chiang — a 49-year-old technical writer based in Seattle. "Fiction writing is very hard for me," he explains — and so Chiang takes his time.


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  2. Sci-fi writer Ted Chiang on his story’s ‘unconventional’ adaptation into the film Arrival - Home | q | CBC Radio

    The hit sci-fi film Arrival is based on Ted Chiang’s short story, Story of Your Life.


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  3. The Merchant and the Alchemist’s Gate - Ted Chiang

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  4. SF Crossing the Gulf—in Conversation with Ted Chiang – Locus Online

    The magazine of the science fiction, fantasy, and horror field with news, reviews, and author interviews


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  5. Exhalation by Ted Chiang

    Exhalation is a science fiction short story by Ted Chiang. It won the 2009 Hugo Award for Best Short Story.

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  6. Ted Chiang’s BSFA-nominated short story, Exhalation

    http://vectoreditors.wordpress.com/2009/01/21/bsfa-award-nominees/ http://www.starshipsofa.com/?PodcastID=649

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  7. The Fork: Science Fiction versus Mundane Culture

    Neal Stephenson delivers a talk on Science Fiction as a Genre at Gresham College. Four professors discuss the origins of science fiction, its overlap with other genres and its developments over more than a century.

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  8. Ted Chiang: What’s Expected of Us

    Ted Chiang’s short story "What’s Expected of Us"

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  9. The Merchant and the Alchemist’s Gate (Aural Delights 15: Ted Chiang)

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    Aural Delights No 15 Ted Chiang

    Main Fiction: The Merchant and the Alchemist’s Gate by Ted Chiang

    Narration: JJ Campanella

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  10. Politics of Science Fiction - Kim Stanley Robinson

    Kim Stanley Robinson, author of the "Mars" trilogy, "2312," and "Shaman," has been called our greatest living science fiction writer AND one of the greatest political novelists.  He writes post-capitalist page-turners set in the far future and the distant past. We talk with him about the politics of science and the imagination.


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