The future, imagined

The future, imagined

It's funny the things that happen on-line, the people you meet and connect with. People who have the same interests as you, something I never thought possible: I used to keep really quiet about being an adult who watched Dr Who and read The Lord of the Rings, but I don't have to do that any more. There are also so many people whose politics I like, who worry about the present and think about the future. And who, like me, have always read books that imagine how our future could look, even though it's usually bleak.

Now that's gone mainstream. Between Divergent, The Hunger Games and numerous TV series, dystopian futures are having their moment in the sun. So I got all excited when Jax at Liveotherwise blogged about dystopian fiction, and what was planned as a long comment on her post, grew into something else.

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