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Fleeting Glimmers and Tears in Rain

Blade Runner. I am witnessing Roy’s final moments. Deckard is on the rooftop with him, under the rain, smelling the cold air while tasting his damp blood on his upper lip. 759 more words



“We located, by means of thousands upon thousands of photographs, a very old man now, named Al Jarry, who played a number of bit parts in pre-war films. 329 more words

Recommended Reading: Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?

I’m reposting some of my favorite book reviews on my blog Books Worth Reading. This week, I’m recommending the science fiction classic Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? by Philip K. Dick.

Book Reviews

My Good Read of the Day (07/28/15)

Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?  

by Philip K. Dick

Book Summary Note from Felina Silver Robinson: Author Philip K. Dick spins an interesting novel about an android trying to live the life of an actual human.  115 more words


twinning III

Pictured below: four pairs of twins from Københavns Botanisk Have.  I’ll leave their naming to you.  But isn’t this inverted sunrise delicious?  What warmth, oh my brothers!   58 more words


Coincidence, Chaos, & Archetypes in Our Science-Fictional World

By Eric Wargo

Source: The Nightshirt

You don’t have to be a hardheaded materialist skeptic or an atheist to be troubled by the idea of synchronicity. 1,551 more words


PKD: Breakfast at Twilight

Hey! I’ve got a great story for you to read. It’s a short story by legendary Sci-Fi author PKD (Philip K Dick). Here’s how he’s quoted describing the story: 64 more words