#12 – Isaac Asimov Part I

#17 – Arthur C. Clarke A Reader's History of Science Fiction

Arthur C. Clarke was the fourth of the "Big Four" authors of the golden age of science fiction. In this episode, we explore his work and his unique writing style, especially centered around "sufficiently advanced technology." Book recommendation: The City and the Stars. Other books mentioned: Childhood's End A Fall of Moondust 2001: A Space Odyssey The Colours of Infinity on YouTube. Clarke's three laws.
  1. #17 – Arthur C. Clarke
  2. #16 – Ray Bradbury
  3. #15 – Robert Heinlein Part II: Politics, Religion, and Sex
  4. #14 – Robert Heinlein Part I: The Juveniles
  5. #13 – Isaac Asimov Part II: Robots

Isaac Asimov was own of the most prolific authors of the golden age of sci-fi, especially when it comes to short stories. In this episode, we explore an overview of his work.

Book recommendation: The End of Eternity.

“The Last Question”:
Full Text
Narrated by Leonard Nimoy
A cool fan-made illustrated version I found.

Other books mentioned:
Foundation
Foundation and Empire
Second Foundation
The Gods Themselves

My analysis of Trantor.

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I'm a full-time astrophysicist and a part-time science fiction writer.
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