... the Museum has signed a partnership agreement with DC Public Schools and was approved by Reagan National Airport (DCA) to install the "Future of Travel" exhibit in mid 2015.
One of the coolest things happening w.r.t. MOSF is architectural, as in (reported by the Washington Post, "Contest seeks entries in science fiction museum design."
Would you like to see MOSF open in Our Nation's Capital? Of course you would! Then consider the museum's ongoing fund-raising effort.
In any event, for more recent/complete museum news, check out MOSF's 3Q2014 progress report.
And in other genre news, it turns out that Israel -- that hotbed of high-tech innovation, and home of the Iron Dome anti-missile / defensive system -- has produced no English-language anthology of its own SF. That unfortunate state of affairs may soon change ...
|Zi-Fi in a pita|
And don't miss the endorsements page, with support from (among many) the likes of SF authors David Brin, James Gunn, Larry Niven, and Robert Silverberg, and SF historian Brian Stableford.
The Zion's Fiction Project at Kickstarter.