The Social Future as Seen by 6 SF Writers

Locus Online hosted an interview with six sf authors (Cory Doctorow, Pat Murphy, Kim Stanley Robinson, Norman Spinrad, Bruce Sterling and Ken Wharton ), asking questions about society’s future.

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  1. “I like the UN, the European Union, and other aspects of trans-sovereignty, but I don’t like globalization as the massive emplacement of capitalist injustices, so I don’t know what to say about ‘greater governmental control’.”

    What bothers me the most is that i really really liked “the years of salt and rice” and yet i really really hate Kim Stanley Robinson.

    In fact after this last quote I actually like Iain M Banks politics better then Kim’s.

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