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J Alan Erwine

Those are both pretty amazing...and it's about how I pictured him.

jiko

They both look lovely, but really girly! :O Glad to see you're back to posting!

Audrey

You're officially on my myspace next to your dad. (promoting your books) It's becoming a very Sagan site. :)

Mark Baard

Hi Nick!

I like the art... It's great to see how each of us is inspired by your writing.

Love your blog overall.. an excellent way for us all to catch up and keep up with you.

Thanks, too, for the link-up to www.baard.com from nicksagan.com...

Meanwhile, I'm exploring the worlds of "eso-researchers" (conspiracy theorists and end-timers), which has me again thinking about the post-apocalyptic worlds you have imagined.

Audrey Harper

I need to re-read Everfree.. I never fully understood who or what "the free" are/were. Did you intend to leave that a bit of a mystery, or were you always planning on writing a 4th book? In Hal's dreams, one appears in human form as Hal when he was young.. I'm wondering if this is more psychological, as compared to actual contact with extraterrestial intelligence. Human nature is not easily defined and has conflicting components with the existence of the R-complex and our ability to love be feel compassion. You have mentioned that you tend to have a more pessimistic view of humanity as a whole (i have that perspective as well.) Do you think our planet needs to be cleansed, and we, also be freed of ourselves? It seems maybe in his dreams, Hal is in conflict with himself over whether or not he, or we should exist at all. Is life more pain than pleasure? Do we do more good, or bad to others? I apologize if i'm way off base, which I probably am! :P

Elizabeth

Ooh more fanart! I love it. Seeing stuff like that always makes me wish I could draw. And I'm still as in love with Annah Hutching's Hal as I was the first time I saw it.

Gail

Ack! Please, Audrey -- no spoilers! ;)

I'm starting on Everfree next. :)

Audrey Harper

i'm sorry I didn't even think about that.

Cyclo

Nick,

Thank you so much for posting this. It's a huge, huge honor. You can definitely look forward to more renditions of him, since I've been working on technical stuff as far as art is concerned.

Gratefully yours,

Cyclo

AlorgeLememer


Man is an animal that makes bargains: no other animal does this--
no dog exchanges bones with another.
-- Adam Smith


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Idlewild Trilogy


  • i d l e w i l d

    "Sagan has a ferocious imagination."
    -- Stephen Baxter


  • e d e n b o r n

    "One of the best post-apocalyptic novels you will ever read."
    -- SFX Magazine



  • e v e r f r e e

    "Sagan's mind-blowing post-apocalyptic trilogy comes to a satisfying, terrifying conclusion."
    -- Kirkus Reviews

Shrapnel



  • Aristeia Rising

    "An intense and intelligent story partnered with art that makes your eyes drool."
    -- Ain't It Cool News



  • Hubris

    "Lord, this is epic. If you thought the first volume of the Shrapnel series was intense, brutal, and dark, just wait until you get your hands on its follow up."
    -- Comics Bulletin

Futurism



  • Future Proof

    "A delightful 'expedition in search of the future,' providing clear explanations of today's cutting-edge technologies to find where science fiction has become reality."
    -- Publishers Weekly

Star Trek



  • Voyager: Season 5

    "Year five of Star Trek: Voyager is the greatest achievement in its seven year run. This is Voyager in its prime, and in its absolute top form."
    -- DVD Answers


  • TNG: Season 7

    "One of Next Generation's best seasons ever... The series was at the top of its game, consistently turning out episodic sci-fi hours that felt fresh and captured the imagination."
    -- SciFi.com

Computer Games



  • Zork Nemesis

    "The story is dark and gripping. Numerous subplots and twists are heightened by a surprise climactic revelation. Character developments are complex. The portrayals of the dark side of mankind in these characters are chilling."
    -- The Adventure Collective

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