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Stephen Euin Cobb

Author, Futurist, Columnist, Artist, Essayist, Magazine Writer

 

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Stephen writes for a variety of Popular Magazines.



Currently a contributing editor for Space and Time Magazine, Stephen was a columnist and contributing editor for Jim Baen's Universe Magazine for three years (2006-2010), a contributing editor for Robot Magazine for one year (2009-2010), and has written for H+ Magazine, Grim Couture Magazine, Port Iris Magazine and Digit Magazine.

 



Stephen has interviewed over 350 people.


Bestselling authors, celebrities from TV and movies, as well as researchers, comedians, scientists, engineers, academics, entrepreneurs and politicians; many for magazines, but more as host of The Future And YouOver 350 people have been guests on his show during its eight years, sharing their expectations of the real future we are all going to live in. Listeners in 167 nations around the world celebrated its 300th episode on April 24, 2013.  (Because all past episodes remain available, you can listen to the 300th and 200th episodes, as well as to the most recent.)

 

 


Stephen's interviews have won him an Award.


The 2006 Parsec Award for "Best Speculative Fiction News Podcast" was given to Stephen Euin Cobb on the evening of September 2, 2006 at the first annual Parsec Award ceremony in Atlanta, Georgia.

This was for his popular weekly interview-based podcast in which he and his guests discuss all the ways our lives are going to be different in the future.

In his acceptance speech, Stephen thanked the three podcasters who had encouraged him to create a podcast when he knew little about how podcasting was done: Mur Lafferty, Tee Morris, and Rich Sigfrit. Stephen also thanked his photographer and assistant, Peggy Gregory for helping him throughout his many promotional travels to science fiction conventions, book signings and TV appearances.

 

Stephen Writes Nonfiction Books

 

              

A Brief History of Predicting the Future

A quick and lively romp to give the general reader a taste of what futurology today is all about and a feel for the long uphill climb it has made from its humble beginnings in the dawn of antiquity. Written by an experienced futurist who has interviewed over 350 people for their opinion about the future, it describes how predicting the future has changed many times through the centuries: from magic to science, and from science fiction to computation. It also explains some of what is yet to come, such as AI, The Singularity, Transhumanism, life extension, and other weird things that are likely to alter your life.

 

Indistinguishable from Magic: Predictions of Revolutionary Future Science

A few of the far future scientific and technological innovations which will transform our civilization from what it is now into an exponentially larger, faster, stronger and more dynamic civilization than can be contained on this planet, or in this solar system, or within this universe. These technologies will allow us to expand through those boundaries and find new unimagined boundaries beyond them to break through. Written by an experienced futurist who has interviewed over 350 people for their opinion about the future, its chapter titles include -- We Will Transmute the Elements; We Will Develop Many Completely New Physics; My Father's Watch; Hidden-Life May be More Common on Planets than Non-Hidden: And Earth May be No Exception; The Universal Diagram; Engineering Space: Altering This Universe and Making New Ones

 

 

Stephen Writes Novels