Sunday, November 20, 2005


Joshua Glen's got a relatively thoughtful article in today's Globe that reviews the Jamesonian perspective on utopian sci-fi from Bellamy's Looking Backward through the likes of Delany, LeGuin, and PKD. Ultimately, (you probably saw this coming if you know who my favorite author is) Kim Stanley Robinson is described as the contemporary author whose novels do the best job of challenging readers to imagine alternatives.
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