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The Curse of Writerly Influence, Insanity & Inspiration

I once had a professor, an old-time Bronx kid brought up hating beat poets and quoting Brando movies.He would drive from Jersey to L.A. back in the day (before “rad” rhymed with “bad”) and pre-recorded an hour or two of Shakespearean sonnets. 677 more words


"It's too bad she won't live, but then again, who does?"

Yes. I love Blade Runner. In fact, it’s one of my favorite films ever. Ever. The futuristic, post-apocalyptic Los Angeles with the flames blazing into the grey air, the always rainy streets, and Darryl Hannah dressed as a baby doll. 372 more words


The far distant future of the 1990's

Last year someone put me onto a series of sci-fi books by an author called Isaac Asimov and I have to say he has very quickly become one of my all time favourite authors. 395 more words


Some Thoughts

Just some random thoughts on Philip K. Dick’s ideas on what time actually is and his alternatives to reincarnation.

-If I was Phil, then I might have already written down everything I needed to know.   436 more words

Writing science fiction is a way to rebel … It needs writer and readers with bad attitudes–an attitude of “why?” or “how come?” or “who says?”

–Philip K. Dick

On Science Fiction...

I’ve been tinkering with the idea of writing a ‘science fiction’ novel for quite some time. Not necessarily something over the top and out there in a Philip K. 235 more words

Stop Comparing the NSA to 1984 (and Start Comparing It to Philip K. Dick) | The Atlantic

As any intelligence operative knows, isolated facts don’t tell you much. If some random person mentions a bomb somewhere on the Internet, is that a threat? 29 more words

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