So much is happening right now that it’s hard to pay attention to any one particular thing, particularly my implausible escapades.
By this point, I am afraid that the absurdity of all this had become too much to bear.
If you choose to rely upon Google, Verizon, and/or Samsung products as an aid to road navigation, do yourself a favor and verify the route using traditional methods.
On a Japanese novel and film that deal in different ways with the social pressure to forget.
Rereading J.G. Ballard’s final novel about consumers who turn to absentminded fascism when shopping loses its appeal.
A review of The Hunger Games: Mockingbird: Part II. And some Rube Goldberg machines.
It’s back. For a limited time and very limited quantities.
A new book from Oxford University Press takes a lively and engaging look at that bleakest of topics.
A most interesting symposium indeed!
Because every evil dystopia has its band of ragtag resistance fighters with that one in a million chance of toppling an empire.
Dear Presidential Committee:
On behalf of the nineteen Core Competencies as developed by the Consensus Statement on Presidential Attributes Sub-Committee on Selection Criteria Summit of 2048, we respectfully submit this Letter of Evaluation.
Hear President Trump ROAR.
Nameless, faceless… just less.
What it will look like when we go our separate ways.
A letter home, after the failure of a twenty-first century theocracy.
Electricity doesn’t come from the wall socket.
Our education, perfected, in less than 140 characters.
Welcome to Dystopia Week. Let’s begin by taking a moment to understand why we write this way in the first place.
Renewing our call for posts