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Cosmic Report Card: Earth By Forrest J Ackerman
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Forrest J Ackerman, the man who coined the term "sci-fi" in 1954, published the world's shortest science fiction story, "Cosmic Report Card: Earth," in Vertex Magazine (1973). It... More > has since been translated into eight languages. Ackerman, now 89, is known by millions as the former editor of Famous Monsters of Filmland Magazine; literary agent to sci-fi luminaries such as Ray Bradbury, L. Ron Hubbard, A.E. Van Vogt; ill-iterary agent to Ed Wood Jr; and also a super fan and collector. "Uncle Forry" is considered a mentor by notables like Stephen Spielberg, John Landis and Peter Jackson. Says Ackerman, "At the time, it was considered that Fredric Brown had written the world’s shortest; "The last man on Earth sat alone in a room. There was a knock on the door…" So I penned the shortest possible story I could imagine, suggesting that aliens were grading all the planets in our solar system."< Less
The View from Down Here is Just Fine: Clay Dyer on Life, No Limbs, and Fishing By Scot Laney
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The View From Down Here is Just Fine is the incredible story of Clay Dyer. Born without arms and legs Dyer went on to become one of the top professional bass anglers in history. Funny, enlightening... More > and inspirational, this story is appropriate reading for children and adults alike. Written by Scot Laney, the first (and still only) opinion columnist in bass fishing. Writing for BassFan.com, Laney has spent his career writing about the world of bass fishing.< Less
The View from Down Here is Just Fine: Clay Dyer on Life, No Limbs, and Fishing By Scot Laney
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The View From Down Here is Just Fine is the incredible story of Clay Dyer. Born without arms and legs Dyer went on to become one of the top professional bass anglers in history. Funny, enlightening... More > and inspirational, this story is appropriate reading for children and adults alike. Written by Scot Laney, the first (and still only) opinion columnist in bass fishing. Writing for BassFan.com, Laney has spent his career writing about the world of bass fishing.< Less