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Tag: Global Dystopias

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
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
Sumudu Samarawickrama
An aging AI researcher, alone with her robot companion, must make a difficult decision when the android begins to malfunction. Short Story
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
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
JR Fenn
Once I learned of the existence of mothers, I decided to order one for myself.
Tananarive Due
Stories are dangerous. They can get you killed.
Mark Bould

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

Henry Farrell
We live in Philip K. Dick’s future, not George Orwell’s or Aldous Huxley’s.
China Miéville
An interview with China Miéville.