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Most science fiction takes place in a world in which the future” has definitively arrived; the locomotive filmed by the Lumière brothers has finally burst through the screen. But in Neuromancer” there was only a continuous arrival—an ongoing, alarming present.”

This article in the New Yorker, How William Gibson Keeps His Science Fiction Real, was widely linked on social media. It’s really good.

December 31, 2019

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