Claire L. Evans @theuniverse
Science fiction apologist & one-half of a pop group called YACHT.
Articles by Claire L. Evans
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.
Ursula Le Guin did more to vault science fiction beyond its origins as a male-dominated pulp category than any other author before or since.
'Twelve Tomorrows' is like MIT's Swimsuit Issue.