CONTENTS
 
 
PUBLICATIONS
SCIENCE FICTION

(H)ER(G)E, Now and Forever
The Best Hugo Never Awarded

Best Hugo Never Awarded
Published in:
Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine 52 (2011)

Pages: 156-164.

Editor: David Kernot

Publisher: Andromeda Spaceways (Australia)

ISBN: 1446-781X

LINK:  www.andromedaspaceways.com

BLURB:

More than half a century has passed since Tintin and company pre-empted their American successors in conquering the moon. There is science. There is fiction. So where, one might ask, is Herge's Hugo?


REVIEWS:

ASIM has featured many excellent articles over the years and this trend continues with ‘Hergé, Now And Forever: The Best Hugo Never Awarded’. Written by Jacob Edwards, it explores the moon, in particular the French author's stories about Tintin. Anyone of a certain age will definitely remember the young explorer, his dog Snowy, Captain Haddock and Prof Calculus. Jacob Edwards argues, very decently, why the French author was never considered for a Hugo. An article you will enjoy!

- Rod MacDonald, 'Review of ASIM #52', SFcrowsnest (1 December, 2011)
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EXCERPTS
 

  - random selection from the unpublished memoire, Freefall