Posts Tagged ‘ sci-fi ’

Zero Squared #134: Sci-Fi Utopias and the Far Right

Dec 13th, 2017 | By

David Auerbach is an American writer with a background in software engineering. He has written on a variety of subjects, including social issues and popular culture, the environment, computer games and literature. In this episode we discuss an essay he wrote for the Daily Beast in September of this year entitled “The Sci-Fi Roots of

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Zero Squared #29: Shooting the Moon

Jul 29th, 2015 | By

Brian Willems is Assistant Professor at the University of Split, Croatia, where he teaches literature at the Faculty of Philosophy and film theory at the Arts Academy and his book Shooting the Moon was published in May this year from Zero Books. Laurence A Rickels, author of Germany: A Science Fiction, blurbed the book this

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