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“He's also ed-in-chief of near-future sf webzine Futurismic, a learning fictioneer and poet, a reviewer of books, music and concerts, a cack-handed third guitarist for a fuzz-rock band, and in need of a proper haircut.”
“The story follows Matt Fuller, a down-on-his-luck lab assistant at a near-future MIT.”
“Into this breach stepped author and editor Jetse de Vries, who broadcast his intent to publish an SF anthology that was not only optimistic but also near-future.”
“Like most sf readers, there are certain areas of the sprawling sf umbrella which do not particularly appeal to me, such as military sf, near-future dismal fiction, or techno-thrillers.”
“Holly Phillips: Besides the sheer delight of the imaginative exercise, I think -- especially with near-future SF -- there's a real value to climbing out of the little box of our present and looking at a wider view.”
“Michael Winterbottom's Code 46 paints a completely believable near-future against which he sets his story of doomed lovers.”
“Whenever I read or hear arguments about the feminization of this or that I'm reminded of Edmund Cooper's short SF novel FIVE TO TWELVE (1968), set in a (then) near-future England when women outnumber men by that ratio.”
“BRIEF SYNOPSIS: Wrongly-accused inmate Jensen Ames participates in the near-future reality TV show known as The Death Race, where convicts drive armed, armored cars to win their freedom.”
“As I try to lead by example with Shine, I decided that I not only wanted near-future, optimistic SF in it, but that I would greatly prefer that the stories would have settings, characters and viewpoints from all over the world (not just from a western and/or Anglophone PoV) as well.”
“I enjoy hard sf, 'soft' sf, traditional fantasy, experimental fantasy, near-future SF and historical fantasy and SF both, horror, mysteries, caper novels, and all mixes and combinations imaginable.”
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