new Sci-Bi series 

Origin of the Human Hybrids

Dangerous Visions

Wasted Time

In 1963 Michael Moorcock wrote:

Let's have a quick look at what a lot of science fiction lacks.  Briefly, these are some of the qualities I miss on the whole -- passion, subtlety, irony, original characterization, original and good style, a sense of involvement in human affairs, colour, density, depth, and, on the whole, real feeling from the writer...

 

Sha Li aims to contribute to the colors, feelings, scents and sounds of life in her prose and characterizations

Sha Li at the Mingqing Building on the fictitious campus of Beijing University

 From the first pages of  Origin of the Human Hybrids , the character, Mai Martin, is pregnant and struggles for control of her body after a dramatic collapse and re-vivication involving manufactured blood carrying miniature nano bots developed by the American government.  This Sci bi – Science fiction bio subgenre – illustrated story about high technology in the near future, when humanity attempts to save itself with advances in nanotechnology and the creation of augmented humans, is 113 pages, 27,800 words, and 13 illustrations.

From the first pages of Origin of the Human Hybrids, the character, Mai Martin, is pregnant and struggles for control of her body after a dramatic collapse and re-vivication involving manufactured blood carrying miniature nano bots developed by the American government.  This Sci bi – Science fiction bio subgenre – illustrated story about high technology in the near future, when humanity attempts to save itself with advances in nanotechnology and the creation of augmented humans, is 113 pages, 27,800 words, and 13 illustrations.


  Modern Media marquee, photo by R. Cox

Modern Media marquee, photo by R. Cox

Beijing Abduction screenplay

Read entire screenplay on Issuu

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