From THE CRYING OF LOT 49 to BABEL-17.
From DELIVERANCE to AND CHAOS DIED.
Philip K. Dick’s A SCANNER DARKLY (1977)
From Shelley and Verne to Octavia E. Butler and Alan Moore…
21 great adventure novels of the Seventies!
Apophenic thrillers from Kafka to Graham Greene to Matthew De Abaitua.
Paranoid thrillers from Kafka to Graham Greene to William Gibson.
21 great adventure novels of the Sixties!
21 great adventure novels of the Fifties!
Black mirrors and jellyfish screens
What rough beast emerges from our virtual ids?
Boldly going: the Final Frontier for Reality TV
“useful job for bringing something new to the internet!”
A scene from BLADE RUNNER (1982)
HiLo Gift Ideas 2011 (#5)
Jan Lemitz and the poetics of overlooked space.
Fay Hume’s house — the original Biosphere?
What’s the buzz? A rock opera Burning Man!
“Love, making exceptions, humor, determination” are vital.
Richard Linklater adapts Philip K. Dick’s A Scanner Darkly.
Architecture in the Age of Conceptual Reproduction
Skepticism, cynicism, irony, and contempt vs. the BIP
Is the thought of a noncapitalist utopia even possible after Stalinism?
A Vogue blur.