The Peripheral by William Gibson
Science fiction authors won’t tell you this, but they are lousy at predicting the future. I love my genre fiction, but learned long ago I get more reliable prognostications from a daily horoscope or stale fortune cookie.
Maybe we should be glad, given the dystopian flavor of so many of these genre novels. I really don’t want to live in a J.G. Ballard or …
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