Claire L. Evans @theuniverse
Science fiction apologist & one-half of a pop group called YACHT.
Articles by Claire L. Evans
A guide to the ineffable delights of science fiction by women, for women.
Before computerized flight simulators could train astronauts, NASA built fake moons.
For 30 years, 'Neuromancer' and I have lived in the same world, under the same sky—the color of television, if you will, tuned to a dead channel.
The digital sun that has for so long cast its shadows on the objects that comprise our virtual world is finally setting.
Spoiler alert: If our hero is going to save the world, he has to find the mothership, go inside it—penetrate it—usually through a small aperture, and blow it up.
A manifesto for revitalizing a waning technology.
It takes a special, lonely kind of madness to consider, and plan for, a future thousands of years beyond the boundaries of our own graves.
A New Age movement survives after 60 years in a strip mall in suburban Southern California.
Artificial intelligence is likely to surprise us in its complexity, its scope, its capacity for beauty—the same goes for the music it will make.
The cyberpunk life and times of HR Giger.