Here's who I have so far. Please check and make sure I have you down properly (name, site, etc.) and, if I've missed you (I may be the Queen, but I'm not perfect!) please let me know so I can correct the over sight!
Melissa Trudinger - http://beadrecipes.wordpress.com/
Debbie Rasmussen - http://kepirasmussen.blogspot.com/
Lee Koopman - http://stregajewellry.wordpress.com/
Lennis C – (Lennis, I sent you an email, please let me know your blog site?)
Zoe Marcin - http://beadsteaandsweets.blogspot.com/
1) Any science fiction category is open (except erotica! sorry, none of that!), book, movie, t.v. show, ect.
2) You need to post a link SOMEwhere to show who/what your inspiration is (if it's a book and you don't have the author's personal web page, link to the book in Amazon.com or whichever bookstore carries that author on-line)
3) You really, really need either a blog or an open FB page (i.e., anyone can visit without being "friended"). If you just can't do that, email me and we'll talk! ;)
and, one new rule;
4) You can "name" your material to reflect your Sci-Fi inspiration, if you want (for example, my "jewels" are going to be coming from an aquatic planet in the Star Trek Universe) but, be a little imaginative. It drove me nuts in the movie Avatar that the mineral they were trying to get, which they had a hard time getting to, was called "Unobtainium." I'm mean, come ON! If you're smart enough to create a whole world, variety of life and culture, you can darn well come up with a better mineral name than that!!!
I've been working on my piece (mostly in my head, but it's coming about.... slowly!) and I hope y'all have been working over your's, too. I'm excited to see what pops up.
As I said, if I missed you, or if this peaks your curiosity, please email me your name/blog/FB page and I'll add you to the list. After all, SOME of us work best under last-minute-screaming-dead-line pressure!