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Matt Spire

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in The United States
November 20, 1984




Kurt Vonnegut, Margaret Atwood, William Gibson, Sylvia Plath, Chuck Pa ...more

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Matt Spire is a fiction, scifi, and horror writer living in Frederick, Maryland with his wife Amanda and a ferret named Sylvia Plath (don't worry, they have an electric oven). Matt Spire first became interested in the ways technology influences human culture after reading Ray Kurzweil's technological singularity masterwork Spiritual Machines. Spire's writing is influenced by science fiction writers such as William Gibson and literary fiction authors as diverse as Margaret Atwood, Bret Easton Ellis, Kurt Vonnegut, and others. ...more

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“Everyone thinks they're living in end times. Everyone thinks their life is meaningless. It makes vanity easy.”
Matt Spire, Caligatha

“Many, many rules had begun to bend at the hand of nanotechnology, gene therapy, robotics, artificial intelligence. This produced a lot of good, and a lot of bad. This trade-off has always plagued us. When you make waves, you produce peaks and troughs.”
Matt Spire, Caligatha

“Everyone thinks they're living in end times. Everyone thinks their life is meaningless. It makes vanity easy.”
Matt Spire, Caligatha

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