New Article About Heroes of the Future from Brenda Cooper

New Article About Heroes of the Future from Brenda Cooper

October 13th, 2006 | Posted in Art & Society, Education, Health, Innovation

Please see my new Futurist.com article Heroes of the Future. Like my recent article on the future of cities, the genesis of this article was a panel at the World Science Fiction convention in Los Angeles this summer. It’s a tough and interesting subject, and I’m hoping to hear comments and other ideas. One question I have in particular is “Who is likely to be a future hero from parts of the world besides the United States of America?” I know I also missed a lot of Americans.

About Brenda Cooper

Brenda Cooper is a writer, a technology professional, and a futurist. Brenda writes science fiction, fantasy, poetry, and non-fiction. Two of her novels, The Silver Ship and the Sea and Edge of Dark, have won the Endeavour Award for the best science fiction or fantasy book written by a Pacific Northwest author. Wilders was also short-listed for the P.K. Dick award. She is also currently the Director of Information Technology at Lease Crutcher Lewis, a premier Pacific Northwest builder. Her love of technology, science, and science fiction combines to drive her interest in the future, and she delivers keynote addresses in the future a few times a year.