Claire Evans @theuniverse
Claire Evans is a science writer, sci-fi critic, polymath, and musician. Her work explores the synchronies between culture, technology, and science. www.clairelevans.com
Articles by Claire Evans
YACHT's Claire Evans explains what a protest song can do in 2013—from fundraising to igniting a crowd at last weekend's 'Stop Watching Us' rally.
Certain that cetaceans communicate in a sophisticated sonar language, Lilly spent his life trying to crack a dolphin code.
How my obsession turned into a dive into the magazine's archives, which turned into a full-blown resurrection.
With its new OS, Apple is finally killing those leather bound calendars, wooden bookshelves, and tech's most quietly controversial design element. But skeuomorphism deserves a proper sendoff.
On the futility of assigning names to grains of sand.
From the cover of OMNI's second best of sci-fi issue.
The covers of Omni Magazine tempted me with airbrushed cosmic landscapes and headlines like, "Missing Time: A New Look at Alien Abductions" and "Riding Comets to the Stars." I brought a stack home. The love affair was instantaneous.
What the late sci-fi master had to say about the ultimate weapon.
Artists Pablo Garcia and Addie Wagenknecht asked sexcam performers to replicate poses from iconic works of Western art.
A spacesuit is a spaceship for one. Bridging fashion, architecture, and engineering, it's a portable environment, a single garment built to protect human beings from the void.