By Aaron Bady
Afro-futurism can tear down the boundaries between "realism" and genre-fiction. A conversation between novelists Sofia Samatar and Nnedi Okorafor
By Laurie Penny
What is perhaps most significant about Gibson's fiction, then, is what he chooses not to write about. None of his nine novels has been set in a world that requires the annihilation of our own.
Who has no future, and whose future is guaranteed by the present?