Our minds are inebriated on thought.
We cover The Black by Paul E. Cooley
An episode all about how to write science fiction and the different types of science fiction you can write.
In the near future, as America virtually loses the war on drugs, Robert Arctor, a narcotics cop in Orange County, Calif., becomes an addict when he goes under cover. He is wooing Donna, a dealer, to ferret out her supplier. At the same time, he receives orders to spy on his housemates, one of whom is suspected of being Donna’s biggest customer.
When our unnamed protagonist finds himself impaled with a hunk of space rock, he realizes death is the furthest thing from is mind.
Our pick for the DPW book of the month.
In the future a “change” has taken place and the evolution of mankind is taking a new, uncharted step towards the unknown.
“Harrison Bergeron” is a satirical and dystopian science-fiction short story written by Kurt Vonnegut and first published in October 1961.
With technology evolving almost faster than we can comprehend, we seem to be teetering on the edge of our own demise.
How cool would it be if we had subway trains that took us to time periods instead of places? Join us as we explore that idea with this sci-fi themed tale.
In the near future the world has become a bleak place where humans are told what to do, how to dress, and how to live. All while tricking themselves into thinking they are actually free.