Arthur C. Clarke takes his final odyssey

An aide to the famed science fiction writer has reported his passing.  Details to follow as they become available.  Sir Arthur C. Clarke was 90.

Clarke was a prolific science fiction writer and futurist, most famous as the author of 2001: A Space Odyssey, which was later turned into an epic film under director Stanley Kubrick.

UPDATE: A little bit more here.

4 Responses to “Arthur C. Clarke takes his final odyssey”

  1. Joe Loy says:

    A Great one. RIP. / Thanks David.

  2. GRTerrero says:

    Mr. Clarke was one of my favorite authors when I was a teenager. His books are still somewhere in my closet.

    He was not only a great author, but a great humanitarian (especially for the Sinhalese people) and a true visionary.

    R.I.P.

  3. Alasdair says:

    I still recommend his books to people who ask for suggestions about books to provoke thought …

    RIP !

  4. mindsurfer says:

    As a kid, “Childhood’s End” was one of the first Sci-Fi novels I read.

    He really did stimulate our imaginations.

    Later, I took to heart one of his sayings that I’ll paraphrase: “Grow old, but never grow up.”

    Great advice.

    Gonna miss him.