Claire L. Evans @theuniverse
Science fiction apologist & one-half of a pop group called YACHT.
Articles by Claire L. Evans
Theresa Duncan's three CD-ROM games changed young girls' lives in the 1990s. Now they're impossible to find, let alone play. If we don't restore them, we may as well be burning books.
VNS Matrix emerged from the cyberswamp during one Australian summer in 1991, on a mission to hijack the toys from technocowboys and remap cyberculture with a feminist bent.
The CyberFeminists were a group of angry and hilarious techno-utopian thinkers who emerged in the early 90s, and saw technology as a way to dissolve sex and gender divisions.
Dolores followed the instructions from Ground Control and brewed the mushrooms into a tea.
For those interested in how today becomes tomorrow, his new novel, "The Peripheral," is necessary reading.
But he knows it won't be anything like how we see ourselves.
These computer-animated music videos from the near retrofuture are synaesthetic mind-melters.
Looking at images on your phone of people looking at images on their phones.
When is a Kickstarter not a Kickstarter? When it’s an alternative art economy.
Phil Ross may have discovered the building material of the future.