Articles tagged with global-dystopias

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Theo Costantino

“'I felt no hunger but the habit of food struck me intensely. My nightgown was grubby and torn. My limbs were scraped, spotted with yellow bruises, but I felt no pain.” Short Story

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Mike McClelland

Years after an extinction event nearly wiped out humanity, a team of scientists search Venezuela for signs of life and evidence of what caused the tragedy. Short Story

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Maria Dahvana Headley

In a lost tale of Casanova, the citizens of a country at the center of the Earth must give up their home—and their women—to colonizers. Short Story

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Sumudu Samarawickrama

An aging AI researcher, alone with her robot companion, must make a difficult decision when the android begins to malfunction. Short Story

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Maureen F. McHugh

In the aftermath of a flu pandemic that kills most of the population, a survivor, barricaded in Alaska, remembers her life while contemplating a grisly choice. Short Story

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JR Fenn

Once I learned of the existence of mothers, I decided to order one for myself.

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Tananarive Due

Stories are dangerous. They can get you killed.

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Mark Bould

The monotony of slow cinema defamiliarizes our world and enables us to see it critically.

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Henry Farrell

We live in Philip K. Dick’s future, not George Orwell’s or Aldous Huxley’s.

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China Miéville

An interview with China Miéville.