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The Age of the Crap Artist

Some years ago, we arrived at the age of the “news clown.” It’s the age of realization of characters such as Philip K. Dick’s once fictional newscaster Jim-Jam Brisken, someone who runs for president in a flaming red wig. 989 more words

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The Man in the High Castle (1963) by Philip K. Dick

“On some other world, possibly it is different. Better. There are clear good and evil alternatives. Not these obscure admixtures, these blends, with no proper tool by which to untangle the components.” …

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Speculative Fiction

Tea & Review: Time Out of Joint

Time Out Of Joint

By: Philip K. Dick

Written by Philip K. Dick, Time Out Of Joint was a science fiction novel from 1959 set in an ordinary American suburbia where a man with a rather repetitive, dull existence starts to notice some strange goings-on before paranoia fully sets in. 955 more words

Tea & Review

Unwinnable Rewind - Californium is a Fiction Reference Wrapped in a Drug-Addled Riddle

This piece was originally published at Unwinnable.

Even if you aren’t into classic sci fi literature, you are probably familiar with the work of Philip K. 774 more words

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“It is sometimes an appropriate response to reality to go insane.”

— Philip K. Dick

Quotes Quagmire

The Slightly Alternate History of The Man in the High Castle (1963) by Philip K. Dick

Throughout all my writing (including TMITHC especially) there is a preoccupation with fakes and the fake: fake worlds, fake humans, fake objects, fake time, etc… Again and again I attempt to formulate critieria for what is fake and what is not fake.

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Science Fiction