Popular Science Debuts Dispatches from the Future, an iPad-Only Special Edition
New York, N.Y. — Popular Science has released Dispatches from the Future, an iPad-only special edition available on the iTunes Store, featuring original science fiction and a graphic novelization of Isaac Asimov’s classic story Nightfall.
Dispatches from the Future includes original short science fiction from award-winning science fiction writers Kim Stanley Robinson, John Scalzi and James S.A. Corey; full-length stories from emerging stars such as Ann Leckie, Will McIntosh and Seanan McGuire; and an animated digital graphic novelization of Isaac Asimov’s 1941 classic story Nightfall, widely regarded as the greatest short science-fiction story ever written. The magazine obtained the rights to the story and it produced and designed the novel in house.
Dispatches from the Future is available for download free to new and existing Popular Science subscribers. Nonsubscribers can purchase the special edition for $3.99 by downloading the free Popular Science+ app on the iTunes Store.
As the world’s largest science and technology magazine, Popular Science presents the best hopes for our planet, our lives, our children and our future through the individuals and ideas that are building a better world. In its nearly 150-year-old print edition, its groundbreaking tablet format and a series of award-winning apps, and on the Web, Popular Science delivers the future now.
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- 28 Jul, 2014
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