Mutatis mutandis, that’s what happened to most of the other grand visions of transformative technological progress that were proclaimed so enthusiastically over the last century or so.
Articles: science fiction (4)
Most of what’s kept people in today’s industrial world from coming to grips with the shape and scale of our predicament is precisely the inability to imagine a future that’s actually different from the present.
Review of After Oil: SF Visions Of A Post-Petroleum World (short story collection edited by John Michael Greer)
'After Oil: SF Visions Of A Post-Petroleum World' is a short story collection edited by John Michael Greer.
Review: A Place Beyond Man and The Webs of Varok – the first two books in Cary Neeper’s Archives of Varok series
When Cary Neeper first published excerpts of her novel The Webs of Varok on Resilience.org, one commenter dismissed the work as being “merely a polemic pretending to be a novel.” Only the first charge is correct. The book clearly is an impassioned polemic against the extravagance and …