Your Own Private Universe: Neal Stephenson, Max Gladstone, and Cyberpunk’s Midlife Crisis

Your Own Private Universe: Neal Stephenson, Max Gladstone, and Cyberpunk’s Midlife Crisis Ursula Whitcher When I was fourteen, I read a full-page review of Neal Stephenson’s novel The Diamond Age in The Oregonian. I remember spreading the newspaper out on my parents’ dining-room table and concluding, “This is a story about a girl my age, … Continue reading Your Own Private Universe: Neal Stephenson, Max Gladstone, and Cyberpunk’s Midlife Crisis

Panopticon Blues: Review of In the Watchful City by S. Qiouyi Lu

Panopticon Blues: Review of In the Watchful City by S. Qiouyi Lu Zachary Gillan Under Review: In the Watchful City. By S. Qiouyi Lu. Tordotcom, August 31, 2021. There is no setting I love more than a weird city, and there’s no kind of weird city I love more than one in the tradition of … Continue reading Panopticon Blues: Review of In the Watchful City by S. Qiouyi Lu

Theorizing Uneven Distributions: Review of William Gibson and the Futures of Contemporary Culture, edited by Mitch R. Murray and Mathias Nilges

Theorizing Uneven Distributions: Review of William Gibson and the Futures of Contemporary Culture, edited by Mitch R. Murray and Mathias Nilges Jake Casella Brookins Under Review: William Gibson and the Futures of Contemporary Culture. Edited by Mitch R. Murray and Mathias Nilges . University of Iowa Press, March 15, 2021. William Gibson and the Futures … Continue reading Theorizing Uneven Distributions: Review of William Gibson and the Futures of Contemporary Culture, edited by Mitch R. Murray and Mathias Nilges