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Dislocations: Nine Stories of Speculation and Imagination

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Nine tales of stunning imagination from nine masters of modern speculative fiction; nine stories that involve people in extraordinary situations, forced to operate outside of their comfort zones. An anthology that encompasses not only physical dislocation - exile, abductee, hostage, tourist etc - but also temporal, mental, emotional, social dislocation and beyond. A collec ...more
Paperback, 136 pages
Published July 30th 2007 by NewCon Press
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I’m a big fan of science fiction writer Pat Cadigan, a first and a halfth generation cyberpunk author. In novels like Synners and Mindplayers and the short story collection Tea from an Empty Cup, Cadigan displayed a fantastic imagination as she explored the ramifications of new technologies on the minds and relationships of people in the near future.

Then, she kind of vanished. I would periodically look for cyberpunk books in bookstores and, although I could usually find something by Bruce Sterli
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Ian Whates lives in a comfortable home down a quiet cul-de-sac in an idyllic Cambridgeshire village, which he shares with his partner Helen and their pets – Honey the golden cocker spaniel, Calvin the tailless black cat and Inky the goldfish (sadly, Binky died a few years ago).

Ian’s earliest memories of science fiction are fragmented. He remembers loving Dr Who from an early age and other TV shows
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