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  • 4 May 2015
    Luke Skywalker figure battling Darth Vader figure
    Andrew Martin

    May The Fourth Be With You… and your book shelf

    Today is ‘May The Fourth’ – a day that excites millions of fans of the Star Wars franchise worldwide, and plays on the film’s famous ‘May the force be with you’ line. Later this year, those fans will be treated to The Force Awakens – the first new Star Wars film since 2005’s Revenge Of The […]

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  • 10 Apr 2013

    Alien Life Imagined: The Musical

    When “Across the Universe” was transmitted into deep space in 2008, NASA hoped the song’s journey across the universe would bring contact with other beings. The famous Beatles’ tune may have been the first one sent to the aliens, but it’s not the only piece of music influenced by them: musicians from Beethoven to Ella Fitzgerald to Radiohead have all produced acoustic renderings of extraterrestrials.

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  • 3 Apr 2013

    My Favorite Martians

    7 fictional aliens that would make great companions (and a few that should stay lightyears away!)

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  • 28 Mar 2013

    A Q&A with Mark Brake

    For the latest installment of the Cambridge Book Club, we talked to Mark Brake, the author of Alien Life Imagined, about writing, Darwinian Martians, and his sci-fi bookshelf.

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  • 21 Mar 2013
    Mark Brake

    The Cambridge Book Club features Alien Life Imagined

    Welcome to Alien Life Imagined, the newest selection for the Cambridge Book Club! Dive in this week with an excerpt from the book, and check for your discount on this and related titles. Don't forget to check back all month—a Q&A with the author, a slideshow, and a playlist are all coming your way.

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