It’s time to reread… everything.
By: Joshua Glenn
China Miéville’s PERDIDO STREET STATION
By: Vanessa Berry
The marlin seems less like a trophy and more like a familiar.
By: Carolina A. Miranda
He doesn’t so much play the accordion as let it play him.
Ken MacLeod’s THE SKY ROAD
From GEEK LOVE and LONDON FIELDS to GHOST IN THE SHELL
By: Miranda Mellis
It is liminal, this limo. It is in limbo. Ambivalent, stuck in a rut.
By: Tom Roston
I didn’t understand my watch wasn’t so cool until I saw it on Hall’s wrist.
Bruce Sterling’s ISLANDS IN THE NET
By: Kio Stark
It’s the only shot in the movie that’s purely about female pleasure.
By: Whitney Bowers
What happens when you’re sick of using all that duct tape?
By: Lynn Peril
Radio in hand, Mandrake heads for General Ripper’s office.
Alan Moore’s THE LEAGUE OF EXTRAORDINARY GENTLEMEN
By: Christopher Orr
There’s nothing more foolish than a man chasing his hat.
By: Gerald Peary
“Keep that coffee hot, Hugo.”
William Gibson’s ALL TOMORROW’S PARTIES