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Daniel H. Wilson’s “Small Things” Tapped for Adaptation


Daniel H. Wilson’s “Small Things” Tapped for Adaptation

Great news for fans of Carnegie Mellon roboticist and prolific author Daniel H. Wilson: Cole Haddon (NBC’s “Dracula”) and Fox will be to adapting Wilson’s story “Small Things”, the story of a scientist on an island being consumed by nanobots.
Wilson is, of course, the author of the novels Robopocalypse and its sequel Robogenesis. As you [...]

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‘Press Start to Play’ is the Fiction Anthology Gamers Need to Read


Sometimes I think that people don’t get the complex philosophical dimensions of video games: that these are worlds built upon a foundation of who we think we are. The antagonists–the demons, enemy troops, and monsters–reflect our own fears and moral quandaries, and our achievements reinforce what we perceive (in the context of the artificial world) [...]

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Daniel H. Wilson Profiled at Pittsburgh Tribune-Review


Roboticist and science fiction author Daniel H. Wilson (Robopocalypse, Robogenesis, Amped) was recently profiled as part of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review’s Personality Test feature, so if you’ve ever wanted how best to provoke him (apparently ending sentences with “if you will” is a pet peeve), or buy him a Blu-Ray (Mr. Mom would be a good [...]

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Grab Our Cheat Sheet For The Inside Track On Authors At SDCC!


Tens of thousands of the comic book fans, gamers, and cosplayers from around the globe will be descending upon the fair city of San Diego next week for the world’s biggest pop culture expose: San Diego Comic Con! If you’re one of those lucky people, then you’ll definitely want to take a moment and download [...]

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Daniel H. Wilson On Rebooting The Apocalypse With ‘Robogenesis’


Daniel H. Wilson On Rebooting The Apocalypse With ‘Robogenesis’

Daniel H. Wilson’s Robopocalypse’s mix of theatrical action and high tech thrills blew the lids off of a lot of science fiction readers when it was released back in 2011. Three years later, Wilson returns to the post-apocalyptic Earth in Robogenesis, a sequel:

Humankind had triumphed over the machines. At the end of Robopocalypse, the modern world [...]

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Daniel H. Wilson Returns With ‘Robopocalypse’ Sequel ‘Robogenesis’


Daniel H. Wilson Returns With ‘Robopocalypse’ Sequel ‘Robogenesis’

Science fiction author and real-life roboticist Daniel H. Wilson has a new novel hitting shelves on Tuesday: Robogenesis – a sequel to his impressive novel debut, Robopocalypse, a novel described by Stephen King as “terrific, page-turning fun” that was optioned for a movie adaptation by Steven Spielberg before it was even published.
In Robopocalypse, an artificial [...]

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What Happened to the ‘Robopocalypse’ Movie?


What Happened to the ‘Robopocalypse’ Movie?

Hey, what’s going on with the Robopocalypse movie? Get the inside scoop on it along with a rousing discussion about drone warfare, robot Sasquatch and the most annoying bots from television and the movies in my interview with Amped author Daniel H. Wilson.
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‘Robopocalypse’ Gets the Taiwanese Animation Treatment


‘Robopocalypse’ Gets the Taiwanese Animation Treatment

Looks like NMA TV, the folks behind all of those crazy Taiwanese news story animations you’ve seen on the net, have chosen Daniel H. Wilson’s Robopocalypse as the subject for their most recent short. It’s an oddball little piece of video.
When I reached out to Daniel H. Wilson for his take on the NMA piece, [...]

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How Would You Like to be ‘Amped’?


How Would You Like to be ‘Amped’?

In Daniel H. Wilson’s second action-packed science fiction novel, Amped, regular humans gain extraordinary abilities through high-tech brain implants. As these powers become more pronounced, the “regular” population grows fearful and enacts laws to persecute this new minority. One of the “amped” humans, Owen, flees his oppressors and sets out to find a community of [...]

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15 Minutes of Fiction…with Fictional Frontiers, featuring Daniel H. Wilson


15 Minutes of Fiction…with Fictional Frontiers, featuring Daniel H. Wilson

Each week on 15 Minutes of Fiction…with Fictional Frontiers, Host Sohaib Awan will highlight the best in genre entertainment.

This week, we talk with Daniel H. Wilson, author of Robopocalypse and the new novel Amped.

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