FUTURE TENSE FICTION
By Alyssa Virker
A new short story about reproductive technologies and fandom.
February 24, 2020 | 3:00 pm
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Future Tense is the citizen’s guide to the future.The partnership provides insightful, timely, and unexpected analysis at the intersection of technology and society through written commentary and live events in Washington, D.C. and beyond.
Future Tense FictionA series of original science fiction stories crafted by leading authors, exploring how science and technology will change our lives in the future. Each story is paired with a response essay by an expert in a related field.
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- Affordances - By Cory Doctorow
- Double Spiral - By Marcy Kelly
- What the Dead Man Said - By Chinelo Onwualu
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