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Antares (disambiguation)

ANTARES telescope, the Astronomy with a Neutrino Telescope and Abyss environmental RESearch project, in the Mediterranean ANTARES accelerator, the Australian National Tandem Accelerator for Applied Research, a particle accelerator in Australia An ...

                                               

Diaspora (disambiguation)

Diaspora role-playing game, a tabletop roleplaying game using the FATE engine Diaspora video game, a massively-multiplayer online roleplaying game MMORPG

                                               

Wormwood

Artemisia abrotanum, southern wormwood Artemisia pontica, Roman wormwood Artemisia vulgaris, mugwort Artemisia herba-alba, white wormwood, the wormwood of the Bible Several plants of the genus Artemisia Artemisia absinthium, common wormwood, gran ...

                                               

The Witcher of Big Kiev

The Witcher of Big Kiev is a series of short stories of the genre of techno-fantasy, written by Vladimir Vasilyev, a Russian author of Ukrainian origin. It is a parody of The Witcher Saga of Andrzej Sapkowski, which has the approval of the saga a ...

                                               

The Message

"The Message" short story, by Isaac Asimov "The Message", a short story by Andrew J. McKiernan The Message Bible, a 2002 contemporary rendering of the Holy Bible The Message novel, the fourth book in the Animorphs series

                                               

Vargas

Getulio Vargas, Rio Grande do Sul, a Brazilian municipality Getulio Vargas, 14th and 17th President of Brazil Vargas surname including a list of people with this surname Vargas and Lagola, a Swedish songwriting, production and artist duo Vincent ...

                                               

Everglades (disambiguation)

Australia Everglades Gardens, a historic property in Leura, New South Wales United States Everglades National Park, a national park in Southern Florida Vizcayne, an urban development in Miami, Florida formerly known as Everglades on the Bay Port ...

                                               

Lost World

The Lost World 1925 film, a silent film set in South America The Lost World TV series Sir Arthur Conan Doyles The Lost World, a television series The Lost World 1992 film, set in Africa "The Lost World", a radio drama in the Radio Tales series Th ...

                                               

The Speech (Sanders book)

The Speech: A Historic Filibuster on Corporate Greed and the Decline of Our Middle Class is a 2011 political book authored by U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders and published by PublicAffairs. In 2015, it was reprinted by Bold Type Books with a new fore ...

                                               

This Had Oscar Buzz

This Had Oscar Buzz is an entertainment podcast hosted by entertainment writers Joe Reid and Chris Feil. The podcast, which began in 2018, was inspired by the Tumblr blog of the same name, which tracked films that had, at some point between their ...

                                               

Fortress (disambiguation)

Estadio Ciudad de Lanus – Nestor Diaz Perez widely known as La Fortaleza, a multi-use stadium in Lanus, Argentina; the home ground of Club Atletico Lanus The Fortress Antarctica, a geological formation La Fortaleza Spanish translation of "The For ...

                                               

Skyhook

Sky Hook film, a 1999 Yugoslavian film Sky hook, a mechanical device used to supposedly operate The Great Glass Elevator in Roald Dahls childrens book, Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator. Sky-Hook, a device used to ride Sky-Lines in Columbia an ...

                                               

Adrian Bouchet

Adrian Bouchet is an Zimbabwean actor. He is mostly known for his portrayal of the character Steapa in the British historical fiction television series The Last Kingdom.

                                               

Metaphysics (disambiguation)

Metaphysics is a branch of philosophy concerned with the fundamental nature of being and the world. The term may also refer to: Metaphysics album, a 2004 album by Duncan Avoid Metaphysical poets, a type of poetry in 17th-century England New Age p ...

                                               

Eastgate

Eastgate, the fictional neighbouring town to Walmington-on-Sea in the UK TV series Dads Army Eastgate, Norfolk, England Eastgate, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, England Eastgate, County Durham, England

                                               

Everest (disambiguation)

Everest gasfield, a gasfield located in the Central North Sea, near Aberdeen, Scotland Everest restaurant, a Michelin rated French restaurant in Chicago Everest, Kansas, a small city in Brown County, Kansas, United States Everest Base Camp, two b ...

                                               

Out of Shadows

Out of Shadows is a 2010 childrens historical novel by Jason Wallace, published by Andersen Press on 28 January 2010. Set in 1980s Zimbabwe, the story follows white teenager Robert Jacklin at a prestigious boarding school as he confronts bullying ...

                                               

Moneypenny (disambiguation)

Miss Moneypenny, fictional character in the James Bond novels and films. The Moneypenny Diaries, a series of novels and short stories chronicling the life of Miss Moneypenny

                                               

Mufaros Beautiful Daughters

Mufaro’s Beautiful Daughters is a childrens picture book published in 1987 by John Steptoe. The book won many awards for Steptoes illustrations, and went on to be adapted into many different childrens literature curricula.

                                               

Serial

Serial publishing, periodical publications and newspapers Serial radio and television, series of radio and television programs that rely on a continuing plot Serial literature, serialised fiction in print Serial film, a short subject originally s ...

                                               

Raffles (radio series)

Raffles is a British radio programme including eighteen episodes that first aired on BBC Radio 4 from 1985 to 1992, and an additional radio play that aired in 1993 on the BBC World Service. The series was directed by Gordon House and was based on ...

                                               

Eternal Lover (disambiguation)

Eternal Lover may refer to: Music "My Eternal Lover", a 1998 song by Indonesian extreme metal band Kekal "Eternal Lover", a 2004 music single by American singer CeCe Peniston Literature A Hell of a Time, Eternal Lover, a 2008 dark paranormal book ...

                                               

Dark of the Moon

Dark of the Moon may refer to: "Dark of the Moon" The Unit, a television episode Dark of the Moon, a 2005 novel by John Sandford Dark of the Moon, a 1985 fantasy novel by P. C. Hodgell Dark of the Moon, a 1968 mystery novel by John Dickson Carr D ...

                                               

Nebula Awards 20

Nebula Awards 20 is an anthology of award winning science fiction short works edited by George Zebrowski. It was first published in hardcover and trade paperback by Harcourt Brace Jovanovich in November 1985.

                                               

Nebula Awards 24

Nebula Awards 24 is an anthology of award winning science fiction short works edited by Michael Bishop, the second of three successive volumes published under his editorship. It was first published in hardcover and trade paperback by Harcourt Bra ...

                                               

Gregory Feeley

Gregory Patrick Feeley is an American teacher, critic, essayist and author of speculative fiction, active in the field since 1972. He writes as Gregory Feeley, with some of his early works appearing under the name Greg Feeley.

                                               

Nebula Awards 25

Nebula Awards 25 is an anthology of award winning science fiction short works edited by Michael Bishop, the third of three successive volumes published under his editorship. It was first published in hardcover and trade paperback by Harcourt Brac ...

                                               

Barbara Krasnoff

Krasnoff is a native of Brooklyn, New York, where she lives with her partner, radio host Jim Freund and "lots of toy penguins." In addition to her writing, she has served as features and reviews editor for Computerworld and reviews editor for the ...

                                               

Nebula Award Stories 9

Nebula Award Stories 9 is an anthology of award winning science fiction short works edited by Kate Wilhelm. It was first published in the United Kingdom in hardcover by Gollancz in November 1974. The first American edition was published by Harper ...

                                               

Sci Phi Journal

Sci Phi Journal is a quarterly online magazine devoted to publishing science fiction stories and essays "at the intersection between speculative philosophy", anthropology and other humanities, with a particular focus on "fictional non-fiction". T ...

                                               

Theatre Maska i Pokret

Theatre Maska i Pokret is a theatre in Bosnia and Herzegovina, founded by Iva Kostovic-Mandick and Petar Mandick in Sarajevo in 1980. The main characteristic of this theatre is the belief in the poetic essence of theatre, not using the language o ...

                                               

Ma Liang

Ma Xiangbo 1840–1939, also called Ma Liang, educator and scholar Ma Liang footballer born 1982, Chinese football player Ma Liang Three Kingdoms 186–222, advisor to the warlord Liu Bei during the Three Kingdoms period Ma Liang general, general of ...

                                               

Unjoo Moon

Unjoo Moon is an award-winning Australian film director, best known for the 2020 biopic I Am Woman, that tells the inspiring story of international feminist icon Helen Reddy. Born in South Korea, and raised in Sydney, Moon studied Arts/Law at the ...

                                               

Fiction and Other Truths: A Film About Jane Rule

Fiction and Other Truths: A Film About Jane Rule is a Canadian documentary film, directed by Lynne Fernie and Aerlyn Weissman and released in 1995. The film is a portrait of influential lesbian writer and anti-censorship activist Jane Rule. The f ...

                                               

Womens writing

Womens writing may refer to the general study of women writers or womens literature as a genre in general, or in particular languages: Womens writing in English List of early-modern women playwrights UK Women science fiction authors Womens page, ...

                                               

Women in Mathematics

The main content of the book is a collection of eight biographies of women mathematicians, arranged chronologically, with an additional introductory chapter and two closing chapters. The mathematicians profiled here are Hypatia, Maria Gaetana Agn ...

                                               

Dangerous Woman (disambiguation)

A Dangerous Woman: Subversion & Surrealism in the Art of Honore Sharrer#Art, 2017–18 American art exhibition Dangerous Women anthology, 2013 American science fiction/fantasy collection "A Dangerous Woman", 1957 American short story by James T. Fa ...

                                               

Ola Wikander

Ola Wikander, is a Swedish writer, translator and theologian. He has written the book I doda språks sallskap 2006, which is about extinct languages, translations, and among other things, the Babylonian creation story of Enûma Elis. In May 2008 ca ...

                                               

DCeased

DCeased is a six-issue comic book miniseries published by DC Comics from May to October 2019. It was created by writer Tom Taylor and the artistic team including penciler Trevor Hairsine and inker Stefano Guadiano. The story takes place in an alt ...

                                               

Playdate with Destiny

Maggie Simpson in "Playdate with Destiny" or simply Playdate with Destiny is a 2020 American animated short film based on the animated television series The Simpsons. The film features Maggie Simpson. The film premiered on February 29, 2020, atta ...

                                               

Short Cut

The Short Cut, by Ennio Flaiano 1950 Short Cuts, a service by Safari Books Online Short Cut, by John Denton, illustrated by Margery Gill 1980 Short Cuts: Selected Stories, a 1993 compilation of stories by Raymond Carver to accompany the film Shor ...

                                               

War Story

War Story 1989 film, a 1989 animated short film by Aardman Animations War Stories 2003 film, a TV movie with Jeff Goldblum A War Story, a 1981 docudrama about Major Ben Wheeler in World War II War Story 2014 film, a 2014 film featuring Catherine ...

                                               

Ghost Story

A Ghost Story, a 2017 American drama film by David Lowery Ghost Stories 2017 film, a film by Andy Nyman and Jeremy Dyson Patrick Macnees Ghost Stories, a 1997 series of direct-to-video programs Ghost Story 1974 film, a film featuring Marianne Fai ...

                                               

Maneater

Maneater may refer to: Femme fatale, an attractive woman who leads men on but does not care for them Man-eater, a carnivorous animal that has developed a taste for human flesh

                                               

Antrum (film)

Antrum is a 2018 horror film directed by David Amito and Michael Laicini. The film is divided into two parts: an opening and closing frame narrative in the form of a mockumentary and a feature film. The documentary purports to tell the story of A ...

                                               

Happy Birthday

Happy Birthday 2016 Indian film, an Indian Kannada film Happy Birthday 2002 film, a film by Yen Tan Happy Birthday play, a 1946 Broadway play by Anita Loos Happy Birthday 2008 film, a Thai film featuring Ananda Everingham Happy Birthday 2007 film ...

                                               

Ridge (disambiguation)

A ridge is a geological feature that features a continuous elevational crest for some distance. Ridge may also refer to: Ridge in a field, which divides troughs in ridge and furrow agriculture Ridge surname Ridge roof, an architectural element on ...

                                               

Dust (disambiguation)

Dust solution, a type of exact solution in general relativity Cantor dust, a zero-measure 2D fractal Asian dust, meteorological phenomenon from East Asia Dust relativity, idealization of a cold gas Cosmic dust or interstellar dust, in intergalact ...

                                               

Call of Duty: Warzone

Call of Duty: Warzone is a free-to-play battle royale video game released on March 10, 2020, for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC. The game is a part of the 2019 title Call of Duty: Modern Warfare but does not require purchase of it. Warzone was d ...

                                               

Im Ready (Sam Smith and Demi Lovato song)

Im Ready is a song by English singer Sam Smith and American singer Demi Lovato, released through Capitol Records on 16 April 2020. Smith and Lovato co-wrote "Im Ready" with Savan Kotecha, Peter Svensson, and the songs producer, Ilya Salmanzadeh. ...