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y separately published work icon Speculative Future(s) periodical issue   science fiction   fantasy   peer reviewed assertion
Alternative title: Overland : Speculative Future(s)
Issue Details: First known date: 2019... Special issue 2019 of Overland est. 1954 Speculative Future(s)
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'When conceiving of this issue, I found myself wanting to bite back at critics of futurism. Those who call it sentimental, puerile, unrealistic. A fairy tale. Wish fulfilment. Such an anti-utopian mindset is what, I would argue, inspired Jonathan Franzen to write in The New Yorker recently that we may as well accept defeat against the climate emergency. I see this anti-utopianism everywhere. In fact, I see it in myself.' (Eda Gunaydin  : Editorial introduction)


* Contents derived from the 2019 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Jacaranda Street, Jasmin McGaughey , single work short story
Handover, Andrew Roff , single work short story
My Body Is a Global Catastrophe Monitoring Station, Hannah Jenkins , single work short story
The Earth in Stasis, Cat Nadel , single work short story
Back in Town, Joe Ramshaw , single work short story

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