The film I Remember the Future, based on the Michael A. Burstein story of the same title, has won the Grand Remi Award in the Student Films category at the Worldfest-Houston film Festival. The film, about a dying writer coming to terms with the choices he had made in his life, was directed by Klayton Aaron Stainer of Swinburne University, in Prahan, Australia and written by Zane Piper, Stainer, and Burstein. Other winners of genre interest can be found at the Worldfest website.
Author Michael Burstein and his wife, Nomi, became the proud parents of twin baby girls on July 19, the fortieth anniversary of Apollo 11 entering lunar orbit. The babies were delivered by C-section at 9:20 and 9:21 AM. The babies’ names will be announced at a naming ceremony on July 25.
The Falmouth Public Library will be hosting a panel of science fiction authors on June 17 from 7:00-9:00pm. The panel discussion will include Michael A. Burstein, Jeffrey A. Carver, Jennifer Pelland, and Walter Hunt. This program is supported by the Falmouth Public Library Trustees and is free. For reservations, call 508-457-2555, ext. 6 or email: email@example.com