Wed, 23 July 2008
Authors David B. Coe and Travis Taylor; artist David Mattingly; and convention organizers Uncle Timmy, Brandy Spraker and Derek Spraker are our guests today.
Topics: David Mattingly discusses trends in the digital production of commercial art. Travis Taylor talks of the launch vehicle that will replace the soon to be retired Space Shuttle. David B. Coe describes his take on our escalating energy crisis and the bold proposals of T. Boone Pickens.
Recorded at the SF&F convention LibertyCon on July 12, 2008, and hosted by Stephen Euin Cobb, this is the July 23, 2008 episode of The Future And You. [Running time: 68 minutes]
David Mattingly is an award winning illustrator and painter who has done over five hundred science fiction and fantasy book covers. The former head of the matte department at Walt Disney Studios, he has worked on the movies The Black Hole, Tron, Dick Tracy, Stephen King's The Stand and most recently I, Robot.
David B. Coe is an award winning author of epic fantasy novels, including those of his series Winds of the Forelands, who holds a doctorate in environmental history.
Travis Taylor is a research scientist and the author of scientifically accurate science fiction. His novels include Warp Speed, The Quantum Connection, Von Neumann's War, and his latest novel: One Day on Mars.
Our other guests include several of LibertyCon's organizers: Uncle Timmy: the con chairman. As well as Brandy Spraker and Derek Spraker both of whom wear many organizational hats.