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M. Téllez

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M Téllez is a heavily cyborg sci-fi writer from the 215 (Lenapehoking). They serve as Minister of Crossroads and founding member of the corner store sci-fi & action collective, METROPOLARITY.

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Looks like an essay of mine made it into CLOG magazine's latest issue on artificial intelligence.

CLOG describes itself as exploring "from multiple viewpoints and through a variety of means, a single subject particularly relevant now. "

I would call it a bit of a designer's/architect's/academic's type of magazine. It's quarterly. I got turned on to them when they dropped an issue on sci-fi a few... Read more of this blog post »
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I went looking for this book after finding mention of it on Philadelphia Encyclopedia.org. This book is a portrait in time of Black Philadelphia just into the 50s after WWII. It's publish date was 1954 and it follows the story of three brothers, thei ...more
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Haruki Murakami
“So I'm not crazy after all! I thought it looked good myself once I cut it all off. Not one guy likes it, though. They all tell me I look like a first grader or a concentration camp survivor. What's this thing that guys have for girls with long hair? Fascists, the whole bunch of them! Why do guys all think girls with long hair are the classiest, the sweetest, the most feminine? I mean, I myself know at least two hundred and fifty unclassy girls with long hair. Really.”
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“Cyborg writing must not be about the Fall, the imagination of a once-upon-a-time wholeness before language, before writing, before Man. Cyborg writing is about the power to survive, not on the basis of original innocence, but on the basis of seizing the tools to mark the world that marked them as other.”
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message 1: by Joel (last edited Feb 25, 2009 11:07AM)

Joel White Hey Maggie,
You need to read The Wind Up Bird Chronicle. Maybe you'll be able to explain it to me.

Also, you're 5 star review of Snow Crash means we need to hang out more.




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