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Nolite Te Bastardes Carborundorum: Lessons from Margaret Atwood’s dystopian classic, ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’

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Set phasers to fun: John Scalzi boldly goes where no Trekkie has gone before, with ‘Redshirts’

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The book that Argo forgot: SF Classic Roger Zelazny’s Lord of Light

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SF in the time of disruption: Why companies are crystal gazing through science fiction

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New worlds ahoy! Until we reach the TRAPPIST-1 system, six SFnal worlds for you to visit

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Of bread and circuses: Is idiocracy inevitable?

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The Three-Body Problem deserves to be at the top of your to-read list

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New Worlds Weekly: The worlds we travelled to this year

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The New Worlds Weekly list of SFF books for children

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What’ll India look like in 2047? Here’s Ian McDonald’s scenario, and it’s one hell of a story!

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If data is the answer, what is the question?

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What’s Jagadish Chandra Bose and his hair oil doing in a sci-fi column?

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When advertising agencies take over the world: A huckster’s utopia of the future

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God bless you, Kurt Vonnegut, and happy birthday. Also, can you stop being unstuck in time?

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Why Fahrenheit 451 is supremely relevant to the times we live in

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A Splendid Revenge: A badass Bengali feminist from 116 years ago, and a land without women

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India needs to read more science fiction to imagine and to create

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Why you should be excited about Ted Chiang’s Arrival into mainstream pop culture

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Groundhogs, kalachakras, and dying, only to live again: Welcome to the Time Loop

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Westworld Redux: Artificial Intelligence and real questions about human-ness

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