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Arthur C. Clarke in 2005. Photo: Amy Marash; source Wikipedia
Arthur C. Clarke in 2005. Photo: Amy Marash; source Wikipedia

Parishville writer remembers Arthur C. Clarke

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British science fiction writer Arthur C. Clarke died in Sri Lanka at age 90 yesterday. He came to fame in the 1960s when his short story, "The Sentinel," was made into the movie 2001: A Space Odyssey. Clarke's descriptions of space travel and super-computers inspired readers and scientists. Parishville science fiction writer David Kyle told Todd Moe that he met Clarke back in the 1940s and maintained a lifelong friendship.

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Todd Moe
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